National Museum of the Royal Navy
- National Museum of the Royal Navy Portsmouth, Portsmouth Dockyard, Hampshire
- Royal Marines Museum, Southsea, Hampshire
- Royal Navy Submarine Museum, Gosport, Hampshire
- Fleet Air Arm Museum, RNAS Yeovilton, Ilchester, Somerset
Since 2009 the following have also become part of the Museum
- HMS Victory, Portsmouth Dockyard, Hampshire
- Explosion! Museum of Naval Firepower, Gosport, Hampshire
- HMS Trincomalee, Hartlepool
In the financial year starting 1 April 2009, the NMRN co-ordinated Grants in Aid from the UK Ministry of Defence and the four original museums became integral parts of the NMRN.
HMS Alliance, the only surviving British WWII era submarine, re-opened following a £7M conservation and restoration project, in 2014.
On 3 April 2014, The Babcock Galleries opened at the NMRN's Portsmouth Museum. The £4.5M project created the HMS - Hear My Story exhibition, which tells the story of the 20th and 21st Century Royal Navy and its people, and a special exhibition space.
In October 2014, the Museum received funding to restore D-Day Landing Craft (Tank) LCT7074. The craft was raised from where it had sunk at moorings in Birkenhead, and was transported to Portsmouth for conservation.
In August 2015, first world war Monitor HMS M.33, currently undergoing restoration, opened to the public. In December the same year, the museum acquired RML 497, a second world war motor launch.
- "'Amazing Survivor' Acquired by the National Museum of the Royal Navy". Retrieved December 16, 2015.
- National Museum of the Royal Navy
- MOD site
- National Museum of the Royal Navy Portsmouth
- Royal Marines Museum
- Royal Navy Submarine Museum
- Explosion Museum
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