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Hartlepool Historic Quay

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Hartlepool Marina’s centrepiece is the award-winning Historic Quay – a faithful reproduction of an 18th century seaport portraying the exciting experience of what life was like at the time of Nelson and Trafalgar.

Hartlepool Historic Quay is home to the Trincomalee – Europe’s oldest floating warship! The ship was restored by the people of Hartlepool so it’s only fitting that it now makes up the centrepiece of the spectacular Historic Quay.

This superb visitor attraction offers the sights, smells and sounds of the naval yesteryear. Experience “Pressganged”, “Fighting Ships” and the children’s maritime adventure centre featuring an adventure playship.

The Museum of Hartlepool sits alongside the Historic Quay. The museum follows the time-line of the town from Neolithic times to the present day. It’s well worth a visit and incorporates the PSS Wingfield Castle, a Hartlepool built paddle steamer. (free entrance).

To visit the Historic Quay you need a Hartlepool’s Maritime Experience ticket which incorporates a host of activities including HMS Trincomalee, The Historic Quay, the Museum of Hartlepool & PSS Wingfield Castle. All for just one ticket price! Click Here for more information.

OPENING TIMES
Open daily from 10.00am – 5.00pm (including Bank Holidays)
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day

AUDIO TOURS
Audio cassettes describing the various shops and buildings at the Quay, in English and a selection of other languages, are available from the Quay Reception. We now supply personal neck loops with the audio tours for the hard of hearing

PARKING
Ample free car parking is available

PETS
For reasons of safety and hygiene, animals (excluding guide dogs) are not allowed at the Historic Quay.

Contact Details
Address:
Jacksons Dock Maritime Avenue Hartlepool
TS24 0XZ
Telephone: 01429 860077

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Author: Daniel Bramley