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I visited the HMS Ganges museum as I was very interested to see it being an ex Ganges boy of some 48 years ago, the museum depicts what life was like for young boys who joined the RN at the age of 15 to 16,...More
Went in here after getting off the foot ferry. Had no idea what it was. We were greeted as soon as we entered and the people were really freindly and took time to explain things and show us stuff. The thing that we liked best...More
After hearing so much about this place from my uncle, who is sadly no longer with us, I felt it was time to go for a visit. It was well worth a visit and its free to get in. They just ask for a donation...More
This is a small museum run by volunteers and is only open at weekends and bank holidays. So yes it was shut when I got there but fortunately one of the volunteers was there doing some work and let me have a look around. The...More
What an excellent museum this is, it's not massive but completely captures the spirit of Ganges. The staff are brilliant and completely happy to answer any question or bring Ganges back to life in their recollections.
I walked through the gates in October 1972 and...More
Our relatives from Felixtowe took us to the museum as my wife's father was a Ganges boy. The museum staff made us most welcome and assisted us in getting an understanding of what life was like for him as a fifteen year old boy at...More
This was my second visit to the museum having been a Ganges boy back in the 60s, It is an excellent museum.They have added an extra room since I last visited. There is something for vertually every year that Ganges was opened at the begining...More
this is the sort of place you should visit although small it makes you think what these lads had to do ,o i wish the Ganges was still there i remember watching them standing at the very top and salute what a site!!! so glad...More
Having checked website I phoned to check if they planned to be open during half term holidays, I was informed staff would be working on site and we would be welcome. A member of our party lived on site during the mid 60's when her...More