Based in Belfast’s famous Titanic Quarter, HMS Caroline is a First World War-era warship which has been restored as a must-see floating museum with an amazing story to tell.
The extensive history of this museum is impressive, where at the time of her decommission in 2011 she was the second-oldest ship in Royal Navy service, having survived through two world wars. She was the lone survivor of The Battle of Jutland, and her history and the life of the crew aboard is brought to life through interactive exhibits and the recently restored Captain's Cabins, Sick Bay and Galley Kitchen.
Explore recreated historic spaces such as the Captain’s Cabins, Sick Bay and Galley kitchen – all brought to life with the stories of the people who lived on board.
Discover interactive exhibits where you can try your hand at cracking codes, signalling ships and evading enemy attacks. Then venture down into the depths where you can hear the rumbling of the ship’s original engines.
Make sure to stop by the authentic Mess Deck Café for some local treats or relax in the maritime-themed play park and picnic area.