We hadn't planned our visit but are so pleased we decided to see what it was all about. We'd seen it on TV a while back but being able to walk on board (and under the hull), look at the construction and learn the history was a great opportunity that we'll never forget. The museum collection with the video is so well done and covers the history and the events that ended with this ship in dry dock under cover. It is rather sobering seeing what the immigrants and convicts had to go through on voyages, it certainly wasn't a cruise liner.. unless you had money of course. It is a marvelous tribute to those who had the energy and devotion to rescue this rare ship from further deterioration and probable total loss.
I confess that I didn't pay attention to the access for wheelchairs, the toilets etc. might pay to call them if you need to know.
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