Submarine Guided Tours

  • HMS Alliance ready for patrol HMS Alliance ready for patrol
    Go on board Britain’s only surviving WW2 era ocean going submarine with a submariner to hear his stories about living beneath the waves. With new dressing, lighting, noises and even smells inside...


  • Busy Boats Bay Busy Boats Bay
    Sea Urchins Club - next session on Monday 8th January

    Our Play Club for Under Fives will take place monthly on the first Monday of every month at 10.30 to 12.00 
  • In memory In memory
    The Submarine Museum and HMS Alliance are the memorial for the Royal Navy Submarine Service. At the Museum there is a dedicated Area of Remembrance listing every submariner who has given their lives...



  • Submarine Shop Submarine Shop
    From submariner essentials to unusual submarine related gifts, our Submarine Shop has a great online range of books, pictures, badges, pins, clothing and collectables.

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Changes to Tesco Clubcard

As of 31 December 2017, the Royal Navy Submarine Museum has been removed from the Tesco Clubcard website. Tesco Clubcard customers have until 30 June 2018 to redeem any outstanding vouchers.

If you have any questions in regards to Tesco Clubcard vouchers, please contact our customer service team on 023 9251 0354.

Hollywood’s Transformers V: The Last Knight

Hollywood’s Transformers V: The Last Knight

Cold War submarine HMS Alliance got a dusting of Hollywood magic when it was used as a location for Paramount Picture's Transformers V: The Last Knight. The film is on general release from Friday 23rd June and eagle-eyed fans will see HMS Alliance making an appearance.

The National Museum of the Royal Navy’s Gosport-based submarine welcomed A-list stars Sir Anthony Hopkins and Mark Wahlberg to the Royal Navy Submarine Museum last year to film director Michael Bay’s popular sequel of the highly successful film franchise.

Supercars Bumblebee and Hotrod , “Autobots” which transform into earth-saving robots, made a special appearance as they sped up to the submarine in a race against time. Further scenes were filmed on board the boat over three days.

For details on how to visit the Royal Navy Submarine Museum as part of the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard all attraction ticket which includes HMS Victory and the Mary Rose Museum, please visit


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