We are responsible for our own fundraising and rely on the public’s generosity to help maintain our unique collection
During this unprecedented time, we are asking the public to help with the costs of caring for Mary Rose, by either buying a ticket for use later this year, or setting up a regular donation
The Mary Rose Museum is currently closed following Government advice to help restrict the spread of Coronavirus.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
Any queries can be e-mailed to email@example.com
The Mary Rose is just five minutes from Portsmouth Harbour, accessible by train and bus.
Both are valid for one year, so you can return again and again!
Please note that, although The Mary Rose is located within Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, it is not part of the Full Navy Ticket, or the one, two or three attraction day tickets.
Discover the full story of Henry VIII's favourite warship - the Mary Rose
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"In its final state, the Mary Rose Museum is an exceptional achievement - a museum that has finally reached its last stage of its progressive evolution which started 35 years ago (1982). It is close to perfection in fields as different as the presentation of historical research, underwater archeology, conservation techniques, experimental archeology, architecture, scenography and virtual reality. The ship is now revealed totally, freed from all the technical drying equipment, with various light effects and film screenings on or above the ship itself.
‘Ship, Objects and People’ are the three elements now shaped into in a fascinating history and an impressive display. The emphasis given to the daily activities of the crew on board and the projections over the decks of the original ship's structure strengthen the human dimension of the Mary Rose."