A replica of the HMS Victory in a bottle was unveiled in Trafalgar Square in 2010 and is now displayed outside the National Maritime Museum.
The model of Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square that was used in the equestrian show jumping course at the London 2012 Olympics has also found a home at the museum.
The National Maritime Museum has many more exhibits unrelated to Admiral Nelson, like a colourful collection of ship figureheads and the gilded Royal Barge built for Frederick, Prince of Wales. The barge was last used to transport Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert, to the opening of London’s new Coal Exchange.
For more information, visit the National Maritime Museum web site.