Nick Rule 1958 – 2023
It is with great sadness that the Mary Rose Trust has learnt of the death of Nick Rule. As a Member of the Trust, former diver who developed the survey method used during the excavation, and as Margaret Rule’s son, he will be sorely missed.
For over 44 years...
University of Portsmouth and Mary Rose Trust forge strategic alliance for maritime excellence
The strategy day will bring together thought leaders from both organisations to explore common ground for fostering a dynamic working relationship. It is hoped this collaboration will open doors to a multitude of prospects, including joint research endeavours, community projects, student placements and knowledge transfer partnerships.
This meeting follows...
Mary and Rose go FREE at the Mary Rose!
This 11th October marks the 41st anniversary of the most complex maritime salvage operation the world had ever seen, when the Mary Rose was famously raised from the Solent. To celebrate their special day on the 11th October, the Mary Rose Museum will be granting free entry to anyone bearing...
Ross Kemp Joins Original Divers in New Interactive Cinema Experience
Documentary maker Ross Kemp is joining some of the original divers who helped raise The Mary Rose to present a ground-breaking new interactive experience Dive The Mary Rose 4D.
The immersive once in a lifetime adventure will help visitors re-live the untold story of the world’s most famous shipwreck from...
DCMS/Wolfson arts funding to make museums and galleries more accessible for people across the country
Museums and galleries across England will receive a share of £4 million to improve displays, protect collections and make exhibitions more accessible to visitors.
The cash boost will go to 33 museums, 26 of which are outside London, from the joint DCMS/Wolfson Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund. Both DCMS...
Girlguiding South West England take the Mary Rose Museum by storm
The award-winning Mary Rose Museum houses the wreck of the famous warship which sank in 1545 plus thousands of extraordinary Tudor artefacts. The ship and her contents were painstakingly excavated before the hull was raised in October 1982. To celebrate this milestone the museum team have created a special Mary...