The Warship & Marine Corps Museum (International) is a collection established in 1960 with the aim to preserve Naval history.
There are more than 10,000 catalogued items in the Museum’s collection, covering Naval, Maritime and Space history, including naval documents and publications ~ from as far back as six centuries.
Across twelve rooms, a selection of the best and most interesting items from the Museum collection, illustrates the great stories of world Naval history and maritime exploration.
A wide range of surplus artefacts, books, photographs, prints, postcards, posters and 20th Century naval charts are available in the Museum’s shop “Mainly Maritime”.
The Museum collection is now on display, together with the Museum shop “Mainly Maritime”, in the seaside town of St Helens, in Tasmania, Australia.
Open 10am-5pm daily
Parking available on-site.
Adults – $10
Concession (pensioners, local residents and full-time students over 18) – $8
Children 7-17 – $5
Children under 7 – free