Royal Naval Museum



Task Force South: The Navy and the Falklands War

This exhibition has now closed but you can still read about some of the events we ran last year.

A reading list of materials on the subject is also available.

Exhibition events:

Museums and Galleries Month May 2007

Every Wednesday during May visitors to the 'Task Force South' exhibition attended free gallery talks by Veterans of the conflict. These popular talks gave our visitors a real taste of life on board a Royal Navy warship in 1982 and many people came back every week to find out more!

Graham Muir explains his role in the RFA Fort Grange in 1982

The Royal Naval Museum plans to hold regular gallery talks giving you the chance to explore history with the people who lived through it. If you would like to come along then keep an eye on our website or contact us for more information.

Contact Richard Noyce, Curator of Artefacts for details on 02392 727579.

Saturday 7 July

Falklands Warships by Water Harbour Cruise – On 7th July 2007, the RNM and 100 visitors took to the water to view Portsmouth's surviving Falklands Warships up close.  The cruise took in HMS Fearless, HMS Intrepid, HMS Bristol, HMS Cardiff, HMS Glasgow and HMS Invincible with a full commentary by veterans who served on them.

Harbour tours are available all year round in the Historic Dockyard.

We are planning another Harbour Cruise this year. If you would like to register your interest please contact Matthew Sheldon, Head of Curatorial Dept on 02392 727577 or email.

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