You can actually access this (fairly modest sized) museum for free, whilst almost every other attraction within the dockyard requires a ticket. It's well maintained, bright and interesting.
There is a reasonable range of facts, exhibits, artifacts and interactive displays. You leave with the impression that the dockyard required a wide range of skills, and an awful lot of hard graft to make it such a success.
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