Museum Entry for Two at Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth
A trip to the Mary Rose Museum is a fantastic day out for anyone interested in England’s naval history or the Tudor period. Located in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, this museum is dedicated to Henry VIII’s favourite warship, the Mary Rose, which was built and sunk in Portsmouth. Learn all about the famous Battle of the Solent which saw England’s defeat against France in 1545. Tour the museum at your leisure, explore the ship’s decks, the gun deck and over 19,000 objects uncovered in the archaeological excavation of Portsmouth’s seabed in 1982. So, come along and explore England’s fascinating past!
- Entry to The Mary Rose Museum for two
- Discover a fascinating part of England’s history
- Explore the museum’s latest exhibitions
- Availability Description
Available week round, year round excluding 24th, 25th and 26th December. All dates are subject to availability.
- Participant Guidelines
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
Please allow up to two hours for this experience.
- Other Info
This venue has full disabled access.