Royal Marines Museum

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About Royal Marines Museum, Portsmouth

Situated at 4.2 miles from the center of Portsmouth, the Royal Marines Museum is set in a historic building and displays fantastic marine related exhibits and documents. The museum is a whole lot of fun for kids as well because it has a number of activities for the little ones. An assault course and a zipline are part of the fun. It sheds light on how the navy has been trained over the years right up to the present. You can even visit the medal collection and marvel at the stories that are hidden behind it.

Royal Marines Museum Information

  • The Museum is fully wheelchair accessible and has facilities for visually-impaired visitors.

Royal Marines Museum Tickets Prices

  • For Senior: £7.00
  • For Children (5-15): £4.00
  • For Student: £4.00
  • For Disabled: £7.00 - with free admission for one carer.
  • Family Ticket: £13.00 - for one adult and up to two children.
  • Family Ticket: £22.00 - for two adults and up to two children.

How To Get To Royal Marines Museum by Public Transport

  • Reach by car or cab.

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Address: Esplanade, Southsea, Hampshire PO4 9PX, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-2392819385

Ticket Price: 9 GBP

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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  • It's closed now as it's moving to the dockyard, but I've been here before several times.the Royal marines have a rich history, well worth seeing when it reopens

  • Included in Dockyard ticket. Laid out. A well spent couple of hours.

  • Was a good museum but they have closed and moved

  • Don't know not been in there so can't add stars

  • WHY, OH WHY, doesn't whoever runs this museum and cafe take down the signs for the cafe. We thought we would pop into the cafe lunch, we couldn't make why there were only a few cars parked in the car park. We had to pay for 3 hours as it was, we then walked round to where the signs pointed to. As we went along along all doors were locked and windows were boarded in. We felt rather ripped off as we had paid for parking and we couldn't get a drink and some lunch. Very disappointed !!

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