You can soon see maps, ship models and maritime art at the world’s largest maritime collection
The museum’s permanent collection is free.
As well as exploring that, if you’re quick you can browse a space photography exhibition, too.
The annual Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2019 exhibitions has been extended until 13 September.
In addition to images of the Northern Lights, incredible constellations and shooting stars, you can see the winning image.
Into the Shadow is a composition of 35 phases of a total lunar eclipse by the Hungarian photographer László Francsics.
This means the venue has taken precautions to prevent an outbreak of Covid-19.
The museum has reduced capacity to increase social distancing.
You must also book a time slot in advance, wear a face covering and follow a one-way system.
Only card payments are excepted, and there are screens at tills.
Meanwhile, some interactive exhibits are not currently available. These include the All hands Children Gallery and Ahoy! Children’s Gallery.