The Mary Rose Museum
Portsmouth

Raised in 1982, the Mary Rose is housed in her own purpose-built museum in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, just a few miles from where she sank.

See the thousands of Tudor objects and personal possessions that were preserved when Henry’s favourite warship sank at the Battle of the Solent in 1545

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    Raised in 1982, the Mary Rose is housed in her own purpose-built museum in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, just a few miles from where she was lost.

    See the thousands of Tudor objects and personal possessions that were preserved when Henry’s favourite warship sank at the Battle of the Solent in 1545.

    Learn about the huge underwater maritime archaeology project to raise her from the seabed, and come face to face with how the ship’s crew lived, worked and spent their leisure time.

    The Mary Rose Learning Team offers a programme of workshops for schools and colleges (Key Stage 1 – Post 16).  Sessions are taught in the museum’s Stavros Niarchos Foundation Learning Centre.  For full details see www.maryrose.org/learning or get in touch with the team education@maryrose.org

    Pricing Information

    Group Rates: see website for detailed group rate pricing
    UK School groups £4 per pupil for museum visit (see website for workshop prices)

    Opening Times

    November – March: 10-5pm (last entry 4:15pm)
    April – October: 10-5:30pm (last entry 4:45pm)
    Museum is closed 24-26th December

    Address

    Main Road, Portsmouth Naval Base, Portsmouth , PO1 3PY

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    Accessibility
    • Disabled Access
    • Facilities for Visually Impaired
    • Disabled Toilets
    • Guide Dogs Welcome
    • Facilities for Hearing Impaired
    Attraction: Facilities
    • Cafe
    • Toilets
    • Picnic Site
    • Shop
    Groups
    • Conference Facilities
    • Pre visit Available
    • Risk Assessment Available
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