A peek into the Historic Dockyard

It's a worldwide tourist attraction and we're lucky enough to have it on our doorstep.

Thursday, 11th January 2018, 8:11 pm
Updated Friday, 12th January 2018, 3:45 pm
Wild in Art's Megan Evans working on Tales and Tattoos Nutcracker on Parade at the Historic Dockyard

Year-round there is always something fun going on at the Historic Dockyard.

Upcoming events include a fascinating talk on Saddam Hussein’s son Uday who designed a helmet allegedly inspired by Star Wars, and an exhibition by Lachlan Goudie, from March, called Shipyard.

Here’s a glimpse of just some of the events coming up.

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The National Museum of the Royal Navy and the Maritime Archaeology Sea Trust (MAST) work collaboratively on the excavation of HMS Invincible

For more information go to historicdockyard.co.uk.

An Iraqi Fedayeen Saddam helmet from the National Museum of the Royal Navy
An interpretation of HMS Queen Elizabeth by artist Lachlan Goudie
A fantastic view of Britain's largest warship ever built, HMS Queen Elizabeth, from the poop deck of HMS Victory
The National Museum of the Royal Navy and the Maritime Archaeology Sea Trust (MAST) work collaboratively on the excavation of HMS Invincible
An Iraqi Fedayeen Saddam helmet from the National Museum of the Royal Navy
An interpretation of HMS Queen Elizabeth by artist Lachlan Goudie
A fantastic view of Britain's largest warship ever built, HMS Queen Elizabeth, from the poop deck of HMS Victory