Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Portsmouth

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Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Portsmouth - Address, Phone Number

Address: Victory Gate, HM Naval Base, Portsmouth PO1 3LJ, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-2392839766

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Time Required: 04:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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The Portsmouth Historic Dockyard has a number of attractions in its compound that will keep you busy for the whole day and more. It has the Mary Rose Museum, HMS Victory and HMS Warrior, HMS Alliance and the fascinating submarine of World war era. For navy enthusiasts, there is the Royal Navy Museum which is a treasure chest of information and education. You can easily spend a whole day at this dockyard exploring the naval mysteries of Portsmouth. There are a number of cafes and shops in the premises for all your souvenir and refreshment needs. The navy ships have been maintained really well and provide visitors an insight on a number naval artifacts and events.

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Information

  • The all attraction ticket lasts for a year.
  • Book online to avoid queues.
  • Wheelchair access is available.

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Ticket Prices

All Attraction Ticket: 

  • For Adult: 25.60 GBP
  • Children (5 to 15, under 5s are free): 18.40 GBP
  • Senior (60+): 23 GBP
  • Family (2 adults and up to 3 children): 68 GBP
  • Family (1 adult and up to 3 children): 51.60 GBP
  • Disabled (plus accompanying carer): 18.40 GBP

Tickets for individual attractions are available too

How To reach Portsmouth Historic Dockyard by Public Transport

  • Nearest bus stop: The Hard Interchange (Stop G), Curzon Howe Road (E Bound).

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  • This has been our favourite day out for a few years. Every trip here has been fun, different and entertaining. The Action station's place is great for the kids then we might visit one of the ship's or a museum, if it's nice weather then a trip on a boat around the harbour. there is so much to do here we still haven't seen everything!

  • Fantastic place to visit. Lots to see, way more than you can do in a day, so its useful the ticket is an annual pass. Daytrippers are going to have to pick and choose, unfortunately. Would wholeheartedly recommend Victory, The Mary Rose exhibit and Warrior in that order, and that would be a good 5 hrs. You need another 2 at least to pop over to the submarine museum and see that.

  • Lots to do. All attraction ticket is good value for money if you have time. Warrior and Victory were very good, and the audio guide was very well done. The Marry Rose bored me a bit. Harbour tour was really good. 'Action Stations' (for kids) is good if you can visit on a quiet day.

  • Excellent place to visit, too much to do in one day, we have been 3 times as the all inclusive ticket we bought lasts all year. Lovely boat tour, the Mary Rose museum is amazing and the kids love exploring H.M.S Warrior and H.M.S Victory. There is a small picnic area by the entrance of the Mary Rose museum. Perhaps not great for young toddlers as there are lots of steep steps in the ships to go down to the different decks, and the submarine tour is timed entry and guided so very young kids may become impatient; our 4 year old just about managed, but really enjoyed the experience.

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  • Brilliant day out except a day is not enough time to see everything. We bought an all attractions ticket online the night before however this does not give fast access into the museums, we still had to queue to collect our tickets just in a different line to people paying on the day. Depending how interested in Naval history you are you could easily spend the whole day looking around HMS Victory and The Mary Rose. We were there till they threw us out and we saw the above plus M. 33, didn't​ even get close to HMS Warrior never mind the museums.

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