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The Golden Hinde is a reconstruction of Sir Francis Drake's galleon who led an expedition to the Brazilian coast in 1578, supported by Queen Elizabeth I. His flagship was originally called Pelican, but was later renamed to Golden Hinde. Visitors can learn more about the life on the sea in the 16th century and about about Sir Francis Drake and his sea voyages in particular. The museum's collection includes various paintings and period items. Tours and interactive programmes are led by actors in period costumes, designed to be both educative and entertaining.

Alternative name:

en Golden Hinde Living History Museum

Golden Hinde
The Golden Hinde St Mary Overie Dock Cathedral Street
SE1 9DE London

Museum type(s)

History & Anthropology

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Opening hours

Daily 0930 - 17.00
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Admission

London Pass Free

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Facilities


  • Coffee

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Location

The Golden Hinde St Mary Overie Dock Cathedral Street, London, England

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