Find out more about our exciting Main Hall re-rig here.
The concept of ships sailing together in convoy has a long history but it was the Spanish who employed and developed the concept to the full.
Here are 10 thrilling maritime-related films from across the decades to keep you on your toes this spooky season.
We’re undertaking some work in our Main Hall to assess and reorientate the hanging boats, perform a number of conservation tasks and give everything a clean.
Our Autumn Lecture Series continues this month with a talk on the so-called ‘Barbary pirates’ of North Africa. We caught up with Dr Esra to find out more.
The Bartlett Maritime Research Centre and Library was recently the setting for reuniting a set of a Cornish pilot’s ‘Wings’ from WW2 with surviving members of his family.
Tattoo: British Tattoo Art Revealed opened at the Museum to huge acclaim in 2017 and after touring nationally we are delighted to bring back some of the key artworks from the exhibition.
Our Autumn Lecture Series begins with a deep dive into the world of female pirates. We caught up with Dr Elaine Murphy to find out more about her talk.
Here are 10 phrases that are maritime in origin, including phrases where there is agreement on where they come from, and others which have a bit more ambiguity.