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Hop aboard HMS Belfast and explore what life was like living at sea. A museum ship open to the public, HMS Belfast is permanently moored on the River Thames. It was designed many years ago with sixteen 6-inch guns in four quadruple turrets, and was commissioned in 1939 into the Royal Navy under the command of Captain G. A. Scott. Because of this, no other surviving vessel in Britain today has witnessed historic events of the same magnitude as HMS Belfast. The ship is now one of the Imperial War Museums and tells the stories of the 950 men who lived and worked onboard the warship during the Second World War. View the nine decks of amazing history, enjoy the Gun Turret experience, and listen to veterans' first-hand experiences in the Life at Sea exhibition. This floating museum is a magnet for adults and kids of all ages.