Portsmouth Historic Dockyard474 Votes Currently Closed
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 Travel Tips
- The all attraction ticket lasts for a year.
- Book online to avoid queues.
- Wheelchair access is available.
Entrance Ticket Details For Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
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
- Nearest bus stop: The Hard Interchange (Stop G), Curzon Howe Road (E Bound).
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95% of people who visit Portsmouth include Portsmouth Historic Dockyard in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
79.47% of people start their Portsmouth Historic Dockyard visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
92.86% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Reviews & Ratings
What an interesting place! Allow plenty of time to explore all the amazing ships, hangars and museums. Helpful guides make it so educational with an impressive knowledge of their subjects. I’d recommend buying the annual pass if you can return within the year. We went to the Victory after going to the Mary Rose (priced on a separate ticket) and for me that was enough in a day. We’ll be back to see all the rest another time!
Excellent couple of days spent here recently. I highly recommend buying the Full Navy ticket ahead of your visit. This allows you access to Victory, Warrior, M33, all the museums, it includes a harbour tour and a river bus across to the Submarine Alliance as well. The tickets last for one year, will save you some money and allow a more relaxing experience, if you plan your visit across a couple of days. Note, access to the Mary Rose museum requires a separate ticket, which again can be booked online to save a little money.
Absolutely fantastic, visited 4 of the attractions and can visit as often as we want to for the next 12 months, with our tickets. We purchased on line and saved money. We will purchase the Mary Rose experience online before we visit again because that is 33%cheaper online. Great value.
This place was good over priced though, when I asked the guy what would be a good one for my 18month old to look around he chose victory don't get me enjoyed it but we walked past the horrible histories soft play. Would be better if you could just buy general ticket and decide after which one because we had to make a choice quickly at the till I wanted more information. So feel like we didn't get the most out of the ticket.
Lots to see and do. Their is the Mary rose, the Royal Navy museum, ship building museum, the Victory and it's museum and Lot's more and a few shops as well. It is pricey but well Worth the money. There is a lot of walking as it is a big site leave a hole day to look around to see everything and finish the day of with a boat trip round the harbour. A fantastic day out.