HMS Unicorn’s annual exhibition programme is designed for visitors of all ages and interests.
Focussing on different areas of maritime, naval and social history, our team work alongside historians, artists and veterans to produce a variety of new exhibitions throughout the year.
Scroll down to discover some of our past and present exhibitions.
Navy Blue: Uniforms of the Royal Navy
Exhibition closed 17th January 2021
This exhibition explores the origins and development of naval uniforms, with a focus on HMS Unicorn’s story as a Drill Ship for the RNR and RNVR.
This display tied in with the ‘Mary Quant’ exhibition, on show at the V&A Dundee, which ran from 27th August 2020 to 17th January 2021.
The Arctic Convoys of World War Two
Curated in partnership with the Russian Arctic Convoys Club (RACC), this exhibition commemorates the veterans of the Arctic Convoys and the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.
Discover the incredible history of the ships that kept the supply routes open to Russian, through the stories of the men who served on board.
The Sons of the Mars
Infamous as Dundee’s “bad boys” ship, the TS Mars was anchored on the River Tay for more than 60 years. During that time, she transformed the lives of over 6,000 homeless and destitute boys from across Scotland.
‘The Sons of the Mars’ tells the stories of these boys and their time on board the former Royal Navy gunship.
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