This category lists maritime museums in the civilian sector (small boats, sailing boats, sailing ships, commercial ships/shipping, light-ships, tugs) located in the United Kingdom.
Re-creation of an 18th century seaport featuring the HMS Trincomalee, an historic quayside, fighting ships, the Museum of Hartlepool and the PSS Wingfield Castle. Includes activities, hours, and admission fees. Located in Hartlepool, UK.
Contains general and visitor information, boat gallery, the human story, and tour. Located in St.Helier.
Collection features ship models, paintings, wooden boats and archives. Includes current exhibitions, hours and directions. Free admission. Located in Liverpool.
Incorporating the Royal Observatory, Greenwich and Queen's House. Promotes understanding of the history and future of Britain and the sea.
Features diverse collection of approximately 140 small craft from Great Britain and overseas, and spans the past 150 years. Includes virtual tour, hours, admission fees, FAQs, member and volunteer opportunities, and directions.
Floating collection of traditional canal craft at Ellesmere Port. Cheshire. Includes narrowboats, barges, and icebreakers.
Features exhibits and collections from maritime and shipbuilding history from the 18th century onwards.
The preservation and restoration to sailing condition of historic Cornish working sail boats. Demonstration of the boats and their rigs. Located in Porthleven.
A modern museum built over an original Victorian Graving Dock, were one can explore the fascinating history of Barrow-in-Furness.
Tells the tale of Lord Horatio Nelson and life in his times. General and visitor information. Located in Norfolk, England.
Maritime museum and art gallery reflecting the traditions of a harbour town in Kent. Featuring exhibits on wildlife, diving and shipping.
Features a historic collection of steam and motor boats. Located in Cumbria, England.
Describes this collection of hundreds of boats and models with supporting archive from across the world and spanning many centuries. Located in Eyemouth.
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