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...
Hattingley Valley Wines lend their Support to Mary Rose 40th Anniversary Celebrations
To celebrate this extraordinary achievement a special drinks reception was held here within the Mary Rose Museum and we were delighted to have been supported on the night by Hattingley Valley Wines. Locally produced here in Hampshire – Hattingley generously supplied their award winning English Sparkling wine enabling us to...
Portsmouth's Mary Rose expands with world-class 4D attraction
In the 40th anniversary year of the raising of the Mary Rose, the Mary Rose Trust announces its biggest expansion since the purpose-built museum opened in Portsmouth in 2013. A new 4D immersive theatre experience, ‘Dive the Mary Rose 4D’, will open in Spring 2023 to showcase the untold...
A once in a lifetime opportunity to set sail in memory of the Mary Rose
On 11th October, a boat will set sail to the very spot that Henry VIII’s flagship, the Mary Rose, was brought to the surface exactly 40 years earlier in celebration of the anniversary of the raising.
The Mary Rose Trust is giving the chance for three lucky members of the...
The Mary Rose Trust celebrates 40th anniversary of the raising of the Mary Rose with series of expert lectures
Commemorating those whose hard work enabled the raising of Henry VIII’s warship in 1982, the largest underwater archaeological excavation at the time, guests will be able to attend lectures delivered by leading historians and marine archaeologists
Chief Executive of the Mary Rose Museum, Dominic Jones, said.
“Even after hundreds...