Historical stories, conservation and collections updates and other stories from the Mary Rose
Colour in this picture of the Mary Rose being raised back in 1982!
Make and colour your own pop-up Mary Rose!
Colour and dress your own Mary Rose crew member with our exclusive paper doll!
Join the dots to see how the Mary Rose would have looked in 1545!
While we'll never know the names of those who lost their lives on that day in 19th July 1545, records do preserve the names of some of the crew of the Mary Rose over her 34 year career.
How well do you know the crew of the Mary Rose? Find...
Sir George Carew is probably best known as the admiral of the Mary Rose on the day she sank, 19th July 1545.
In the very early days of the Mary Rose, after Admiral Edward Howard had taken her as his flagship in April 1512, there was very little action. The Battle of St Matthieu in August provided some excitement for the fleet, but the rest was patrolling, and the occasional harassment...
We are both A-level students studying Tudor history, so where better to do work experience than the Mary Rose Museum?
Our week here has been busy and varied, and we both felt very welcomed by the team. Through shadowing volunteers, we were able to study the various artefacts in more...