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Golden Hinde II

Address
1, Pickfords Wharf, Clink St, London SE1 9DG, United Kingdom
  • Attributes
  • Nearest Station
    London Bridge

Golden Hinde II is a full size replica of Sir Francis Drakes (1540-1596) which launched in 1577 as the ‘Pelican’ and was renamed The Golden Hind in 1578. Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603) knighted Drake on the ship in 1579.

Open: 9:30 am – 6 pm daily.

Price: Adults £7, Children £5, Family £20.

Where is The Golden Hinde II? It is a 5 minute walk from London Bridge Station in zone 1. London Bridge serves the Jubilee, Northern lines.

What is nearby on foot? Anchor Tavern 3 mins, Borough Market 3 mins, Southwark Cathedral 3 mins, Tower Bridge 16 mins, Tower of London 18 mins, Clink Prison 1 min, The Shard 6 mins, St Katherine Docks 24 mins, Winchester Palace 1 min.

Did you know? Drake sailed across South America between 1577 and 1580, he died at sea off the coast of Panama.