The Mary Rose Museum

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About The Mary Rose Museum, Portsmouth

Dedicated to the navy warship Mary Rose that was at her prime in 16th century, this museum showcases fascinating artifacts from the ship as well as the restored ship itself . The staff here is extremely friendly and happy to answer any of your queries. The museum tells in detail the story of Mary Rose and her journey and has preserved its original objects with much care. It also throws light on how sailors lived on board and the technology of that time. This museum tour could turn to be quite a revelation for your kids and in fact, for you too.

The Mary Rose Museum Tickets Prices

  • For Children: 13 GBP

The Mary Rose Museum Opening and Closing Hours

  • Inquire about the winter timings if you plan on visiting in winter months.

How To Get To The Mary Rose Museum by Public Transport

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

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Address: Main Rd | Portsmouth Naval Base, Portsmouth PO1 3LJ, England

Phone: +44-2392750521

Ticket Price: 18 GBP

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:30 pm Details

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  • Fantastic display of such an amazing artifact. There are a few things left unexplained that I would have liked explaining a bit more (like the processes involved with recovery and preserving the ship) but overall a wealth of information. Don't just buy a ticket for this though, get the pass for all museums onsite. HMS Victory for one, shouldn't be missed.

  • Very detailed exhibition. The ships are truly stunning. Their's events for the whole family. However, HMS Victory has extremely narrow decks. Therefore, if your tall you will have to bend down to get round the ship. However it's a wonderful place to go and a brilliant place to go for a day out with family or without

  • I have to say that I really enjoyed visiting this museum. When you buy your ticket it is valid for a year so you can go back. This museum is definitely worth seeing if you want to see a good piece of Henry viii history :-)

  • Followed the restoration of the Mary Rose since the 1980s. Today Tuesday 26th September we visited again; WOW what a great experience. Far surpassed our expectations. Would recommend a visit. If you don't go you Will miss out on a great experience.

  • The Mary Rose museum is a wonderful place to visit especially now that you can get a closer view of the ship itself. Ideal visit for all ages and I also liked that there are portable chairs so you can take your time visiting and rest when you need to

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