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Brunel's SS Great Britain

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Brunel's SS Great Britain

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Vacation67766399325 wrote a review Jan 23
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Visited several times with family and school children. Excellent day out. Interesting, inspiring and informative. Staff are great and workshop was brilliantly thought through for my class of 6 year olds but would suit many ages.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Sally T wrote a review Dec 2020
Hallen, United Kingdom15 contributions2 helpful votes
Spoke to Brunel - he was brilliant. Really enjoyed a free visit around the yard today (ship closed due to Covid). Recommend it if you are passing. See if you can ask Brunel some tricky questions - his knowledge is amazing.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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@niamhabroad wrote a review Dec 2020
South Queensferry, United Kingdom203 contributions106 helpful votes
We spent 2 hours on-site going around a well laid out, very informative, Covid friendly attraction. The story of the ship is fascinating and the actual ship has been beautifully restored. The volunteers on-site were great, their enthusiasm for the ship is so obvious when you speak to them. The only slight let down was our visit to the on-site cafe. The doors were left open and birds were flying in constantly. The member of staff who was working in the cafe was unfortunately not interested in closing the doors. We were uncomfortable eating in the cafe because of this and decided to eat elsewhere.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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JTJD wrote a review Nov 2020
United Kingdom608 contributions114 helpful votes
We visited this magnificent ship after booking a specific date & time online. A short queue once we arrived to have our tickets checked & enter the museum. We’d expected it to be interesting & it definitely was, absolutely fascinating! Looking around both the outside of the ship, the upper deck & then the lowers decks was fab, then going below the sea level into the dry dock was the so,so interesting. There were lots of really helpful staff about, some in period costume, if you wanted to ask questions. Be aware the dry dock is kept at a very high temperature & certain humidity to help preserve the ship so it could be unpleasant for people with health conditions.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Charlie L wrote a review Nov 2020
Pewsey, United Kingdom674 contributions205 helpful votes
Really interesting and well laid out tour, with lots to see and learn about apart from just the ship. Guides were really informative and knowledgeable!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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