Discover the little-known tale of how the Mary Rose stood against one of the largest enemy fleets in English naval history, right on her own doorstep.
Our virtual Cowdray Engraving shows you the momentous events of 19 July 1545.
Explore the decks of the Mary Rose as you walk through our galleries: the real ship on one side, her objects on the other.
See the ship brought to life as the crew go about their work in our amazing audio-visual projections.
The crew of the Mary Rose took many of their personal possessions with them to sea, from bowls and spoons to combs and games.
Maybe life in 1545 wasn't so different from how it is today? Step inside and find out!
See how the guns of the Mary Rose were arranged for war on our reconstructed gun deck, a mirror image of the ship showing where they were found.
Every gun and carriage you see is real, and was used in combat by the Mary Rose.
Discover what life was like on board by seeing, touching and even smelling real objects recovered from the seabed.
Enjoy stunning views across the Mary Rose from our Upper Deck gallery.
Breathe in the air and feel the atmosphere – life in Tudor England has never been closer!
Even in 1545 a man's best friend was his dog.
Found outside the carpenters' cabin, Hatch used to catch rats, now he captures the hearts of visitors of all ages.
Discover that Tudor England wasn't how you probably pictured it in our new exhibition, which used the latest scientific techniques to tell us the secrets of the men of the Mary Rose.