The Devonport Naval Heritage Site and Visitor Centre records the development of The Dockyard and Plymouth’s pivotal role in supporting the Royal Navy through major conflicts since 1300, including two World Wars. Through its collections, interactive experiences and pictorial interpretation the drama of the close relationship of Devonport, the Royal Navy, The Dockyard and the people of Plymouth can be explored.
The Devonport Naval Heritage Site and Visitor Centre includes The Naval Heritage Centre, the Duty Visit Ship, the decomissioned submarine‘Courageous’ and Naval Base Coach Tours.
It is open by appointment to groups of visitors (please note that we require 5 days notice for UK Nationals and 10 days for Foreign Nationals). Tours are conducted by RN Personnel and Civilian Volunteers. Tours are available for Team-Building events and for public enjoyment. Our hospitality area includes a meeting/conference facility and a cafe serving light refreshment. These are available for group/business reservations.
Join with us in sharing, exploring and conserving the character and history of Devonport Naval Base and The Dockyard for the future.
**Please visit our “What’s On” page for information on upcoming events**
**In particular, please note the Shipwright’s Reunion on 3 February 2016, evening illustrated talks on the second Thursday of the month, our Jutland 100 Anniversary Exhibition and the next Open Day on 3 April 2016**
**Please note, due to essential maintenance, HMS Courageous is now unavailable to the public until February 2016. We hope you will be pleased with the results**
Enjoy your visit!
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