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 of years, the Mary Rose continues to fascinate. This series of lectures delivered by leading experts is the perfect way to celebrate the momentous feat of raising her from the seabed, as well as commemorating those whose fantastic work 40 years ago has enabled hundreds of thousands to witness the Mary Rose close up and explore Tudor life like never before.”
Tickets are priced at £30 day or £75 for all three. All tickets will include lunch and refreshments, as well as entry to the Mary Rose Museum at the end of the day. The lectures will all take place in the Action Stations Auditorium at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and tickets can be purchased here.