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The Mary Rose Museum

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The Mary Rose is home to the Mary Rose and the thousands of artefacts that were recovered from the Solent. Built between 1509 and 1511, The Mary Rose was one of the first ships able to fire a broadside, and was a firm favourite of King Henry VIII...more
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Main Road | Portsmouth Naval Base, Portsmouth PO1 3PY, England
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Reviewed 2 days ago

I really wanted to see the ship. Last saw it when first out of the water. But it is the artefacts which steal the show - an amazing collection of stuff preserved in the silt covering the wreck. A superb museum.

1  Thank Trevor C
Reviewed 4 days ago

Anyone visiting the historic dockyard in Portsmouth must visit the Mary Rose museum. The painstaking work to lift preserve and restore the ship is truly amazing. The whole museum contains so many items recovered from the ship together with really good information boards. They also...More

2  Thank Stephen R
Reviewed 6 days ago

My wife and I went to Portsmouth to see the Mary Rose. We saw it in 1974 covered in scaffolding and being sprayed constantly to preserve the wood. The new display is totally worth the trip. Using several floors, displayed in doors in a climate...More

2  Thank walpac12duck
Reviewed 6 days ago

So much to see and so much to learn. A very absorbing and interesting museum. Totally fascinated by the remains of the Mary Rose and the many items found around her. We really enjoyed reading about the people who lived and worked on the ship...More

2  Thank Lynn H
Reviewed 1 week ago

Cannot recommend highly enough. The whole experience is amazing: the ship itself, the artefacts, the layout, the knowledgeable staff. Hard to describe how moving it is - definitely has to be seen!

3  Thank Jane52813
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I remember as a child seeing the Mary Rose being sprayed under sheeting, at that point only recently accessible for public viewing. What a pleasure to return once more and find this exemplary museum. I spent 2 hours there, and recommend no less than this...More

2  Thank Villeneuve1959
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This place is really well done, from the setup of the displays, to the knowledge of the staff, and the layout. The ship itself is really eerie, but beautifully displayed, and whenever there was anything I wasn't sure about, there was always a guide on...More

2  Thank GLWayne
Reviewed 1 week ago

what can i say what an incredible slice of history being preserved for the future generations i remember as a child this being all the news in 82 and it has taken till now for myself and my wife to attend the display ans museum...More

3  Thank Mark T
Reviewed 1 week ago

On my last visit to see the Mary Rose, she was still being sprayed to prevent drying out and preserve the fabric. This time you could almost touch the vessel. And the well thought out arrangement of artefacts that have been discovered on the vessel...More

2  Thank Haynest
Reviewed 1 week ago

It seems that,no matter how often I visit this excellent museum, I always find something that I had not seen before. This is partly due to the excellent work of the curators who continuously add extra value to what is already, in my opinion, one...More

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Nomad346374
October 21, 2018|
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Response from Shipahoyahoy |
The Mary Rose ticket office is just 2 minutes walk from the Park & Ride stop, bus station and harbour train station. At the ticket office ask for 'the buggy'. A free shuttle service to/from the museum. Wheelchairs and... More
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Billypratt
August 2, 2018|
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Response from MaryRose_SMC | Property representative |
At this time an adult ticket is £16, concessions are £14 and Children are £8, although currently there's a "Kids Go Free" offer, running until 2nd September 2018. You get 10% off if you book online via the Mary rose website.
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Lylacracer333
May 21, 2018|
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Response from Adionahina | Reviewed this property |
The Mary Rose Experience is at the right hand side of the Dockyard entrance, it is a charity so you can gift aid and also, the tickets are valid for one year. You can then purchase any other tickets from the ticket office on... More
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