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Brunel's SS Great Britain

Great Western Dockyard, Gas Ferry Road, Bristol, BS1 6TY
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  • Brunel's SS Great Britain Bristol
  • Brunel's SS Great Britain Bristol
  • Brunel's SS Great Britain Bristol - Go aloft
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  • Brunel's SS Great Britain Bristol - Museums at night by Adam Gasson

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Step on board the most extraordinary time-machine. Brunel’s SS Great Britain, the world’s first great ocean liner, Bristol’s no.1 attraction and one of the UK’s top ten museums (TripAdvisor 2017-18).

The brainchild of our most famous honorary Bristolian, Isambard Kingdom Brunel; this iconic steam ship is the heart of a multi-award winning visitor attraction.

Rescued from rust and wreckage in 1970, and since lovingly restored to her Victorian hey-day, a visit to the ss Great Britain allows you to step back in time and explore true stories from the opulent First-Class to the cramped and quarrelsome Steerage. Each kitchen and cabin, dining room and doctor’s surgery emanates authentic sounds and smells which bring the ship and its history to life. So much more than a dusty old museum, this is a living and breathing, atmospheric experience.

Step ‘underwater’ for a unique and magnificent view of the ship below the beautiful glass sea; investigate the Riggers’ Yard and the Great Western Dockyard, test your skills with interactive displays and choose from a selection of fascinating audio companions. With storytelling and games for children to in-depth historical research in Brunel’s Institute, there is something for everybody at Brunel’s ss Great Britain.

Being Brunel
Set inside Brunel’s original and fully restored Dock Office where he designed and built the SS Great Britain, this £7.2m attraction is the world’s most significant Brunel collection, celebrating the engineering genius who ‘built Britain’ and helped shape the world. The museum features six galleries setting out some 150 of Brunel’s personal artefacts - many never seen in public before - to provide unprecedented insight into his life, family, interests and creative mind.

Go Aloft!
Step into the shoes of a Victorian sailor and climb the huge mainmast of the ss Great Britain. You’ll be securely strapped into a harness and briefed, before heading up the rigging to a viewing platform 26m above the ground. From here, you can admire the beautiful vista over the floating harbour, or you can decide to step out onto the main yard, 9m across the ship below, if you are brave enough! Tickets cost £10 and you will be able to buy them on the day of your visit on the Weather Deck.

Flash, Bang, Wallop!
A Victorian photographic studio and dressing up experience - step back in time and travel across the world to a Melbourne photographer’s studio in 1852 as they enter the Baker Gallery. The ‘Flash, Bang, Wallop!’ exhibition is just one of the many new activities on offer to families this year when they visit Brunel’s ss Great Britain.

Crew do you think you are?
Visitors to Brunel’s ss Great Britain can follow a series of crew challenges as they walk around the Ship, to see which job would have suited them best. For example they can steer the ship like a helmsman, and decide what the First Class passengers should have for dinner just as the cook would have done. The illustrations on the wheel are based on real crew members who worked on the ship, such as ship’s surgeon Samuel Archer, and John Gray, Captain of the ss Great Britain between 1854-75.

Crew talks
Find out what life was like on board the ss Great Britain as a crew member, with these volunteer led talks. Discover how they dealt with living conditions, quality of food and drink, relationships and most importantly their Captain. Talks last approximately 30 minutes.

You'll also have the chance to eavesdrop on conversations from almost 160 years ago. Combining sounds with props, the scenes show what life was like for passengers and crew on a 65-day voyage to Australia. The ambitious sound-scape covers idle gossip and plotting gamblers, grumbling stewards, and musicians tuning their instruments. Set in 1853, all the scenes are inspired by true stories taken from passengers’ accounts, and show how First Class passengers used the saloon for dining and entertainment.

Whilst wandering through the Great Western Dockyard where the ship is situated, you'll wander past the Victorian Pissoir Soundscape, which will include authentic sounds of whistling, tinkling and chattering from unseen dockworkers!

A choice of audio companions is included in admission, for visitors to travel First Class, Steerage, with a Maritime Archaeologist, or there is Sinbad the Ship's Cat for children. French and German adult and children tours are also available.

There are special deals for families and grandparent families, family tickets (include two adults and two or three children) and under fives go free. Your ticket also entitles you to return throughout the year. Visit the website for full details on admission an opening times.

A visitor leaflet is available in French, German, Spanish and Chinese. The physical leaflets are available from visitor services and they can also be downloaded from the ss Great Britain website http://www.ssgreatbritain.org/your-visit/group-visits

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Einrichtungen

Barrierefreiheit

  • Alle Bereiche für behinderte Gäste zugänglich
  • Blindenhunde erlaubt
  • Einrichtungen für hörbehinderte Gäste
  • Parkbereiche für behinderte Besucher
  • Rampe/ebenerdiger Zugang
  • Toiletten für behinderte Besucher

Catering

  • Restaurant

Die wichtigsten Merkmale

  • Film- oder TV-Drehort
  • Im Stadtzentrum
  • Von historischem, literarischem oder architektonischem Interesse

Kinder und Kleinkinder

  • Kinderbett erhältlich

Merkmale der Einrichtung

  • Druckmaterial in Fremdsprachen
  • Für Hochzeitsempfänge verfügbar
  • Konferenzeinrichtungen
  • Veranstaltungsort
  • Zugelassen für Hochzeiten und eingetragene Lebenspartnerschaften

Parken und Transport

  • Auf einer Busroute
  • Parkplatz

Touren und Vorführungen

  • Bildungsbesuche erlaubt

Öffnungszeiten

Open (1 Jan 2020 - 31 Dez 2020)

* 10am - 6pm (April to October)
10am - 4.30pm (November to March)
Last ticket sales are one hour before closing

Open every day, except 24 and 25 Dec and the second Monday in Jan

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