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Step back in time when you board Brunel’s SS Great Britain. Discover the true stories behind the ship that changed the world. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of life on board for Victorian passengers and crew. Descend under water below the...more
All reviews dry dock ss great britain great ship falkland islands sounds and smells brunel museum engine room the galley dining room all ages maritime history great attraction piece of history interesting visit few hours well worth the visit couple of hours
In very little words;
WELL WORTH IT
GREAT VALUE FOR MONEY ( tickets valid for a year)
GREAT STAFF AND ACTORS and ATMOSPHERE.
What a credit to the organisation who have developed and created the whole area within SS Great Britain including...More
This a fantastic piece of naval history. However the authority that runs this place has put up barriers so that it is not visible from anywhere but a inside their "pay to get to" compound. I find this very disappointing that as a family we...More
Came here on recommendation from a work colleague and was not disappointed. This was one of the best visitor attractions I have been to in a long while. The staff were friendly and welcoming all the way through. The displays in the ship very well...More
So we found ourselves in Bristol with a weekend to kill, so went for a walk along the docks. We hadn't intended to visit the SS Great Britain, although It was something I'd always wanted to see, the entrance price put me off. However after...More
I went to the SS Great Britain yesterday with friends and I must say it was amazing! The museum was great for adults and kids, it’s very interactive and you can look at the people who where on the boat. There is a place called...More
This is a must when in Bristol! Every crew member we met was so friendly and knowledgable, the ship is stunning and there is lots to keep people of all ages interested, from interactive exhibits and activities to talks in the 1st class saloon!
Well without knowing your mother's age 🤔🙈, I would suggest if she is reasonably fit, ie could she touch her toes, she should be fine. Looks like one at a time, but it's in two stages. Up the rigging to a crows nest, then... More
Well without knowing your mother's age 🤔🙈, I would suggest if she is reasonably fit, ie could she touch her toes, she should be fine. Looks like one at a time, but it's in two stages. Up the rigging to a crows nest, then out onto the spar. So it might be doable. Good luck, have fun😂😂