Family ticket to Explosion! Museum of Naval Firepower for £8 (60% Off)
- Unique family attraction based in a listed former navy building
- Coffee and gift shops on site
- Award-winning museum
- Extensive collection of armaments with human stories
- Family ticket comprises entry for 2 adults and 3 children
- Child friendly activities available
- Audio-visual effects
- Valid 7 days a week
Limit 1 per family (up to 2 adults and 3 children). May buy multiple as gifts. Children must be aged 16 and under. Booking not required. Must present Groupon for redemption at venue. Valid for Explosion centre only, excludes all other affiliates of the Museum of Naval Firepower. Extra adults and children will be charged at full price. Last admission at 4pm. Original values verified 7 June 2012 at 2.40pm.
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Naval warfare often involves lengthy battles with accumulated deposits of bellybutton fluff. Gaze at more memorable sights with today's Groupon: £8 for a family ticket to Explosion! "Museum of Naval Firepower" at Explosion! Museum of Naval Firepower.
Housed in an 18th century listed building in the Royal Navy’s former armaments depot, Explosion! is an award-winning museum of naval warfare. Cannons, shells, mines, and torpedoes make up an extensive collection of weaponry history teamed with human stories and interactive elements. Available to hire for seafaring ceremonies, the museum can cater for weddings, corporate events and parties that are looking to go off with a bang. The gift shop and coffee shop overlook scenic views of Portsmouth harbour, and maritime explorers can opt to arrive by waterbus service.
Entering under the hulk of an atom bomb, families of two adults and up to three children can trace the development of naval armaments from gunpowder to the Exocet missile. Audio-visual effects and hands-on displays bring to life the human stories of engineers, seamen, and female munitions workers in interactive exhibitions, and extra children’s activities include giant board games and the ‘hunt the mice’ challenge. Encompassing the human, social and moral consequences of warfare, visitors will be provoked as well as explosively entertained.