The National Maritime Museum in London is the world’s largest maritime museum, and encompasses over 500 years of England traveling across the seas. You can hear personal stories from sailors, see the uniform Nelson wore during the Battle of Trafalgar, and even practice firing a (fake) cannon at some nautical ne'er-do-wells as well as steer a ship with the interactive ship simulator. Other exhibits focus on everything from trade between England and Asia, the Arctic Convoy, and the famous personalities of the British Navy. Whether you're a land lubber or a bit of an old salty, the National Maritime Museum is an excellent stop for anyone looking to learn a little more about Britain and her strong maritime heritage.
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