If you're visiting The Mary Rose, why not include these other Portsmouth attractions in your itinerary?
Portsmouth is the home of the Royal Navy, and as well as the many modern warships that make up the UK fleet, it also houses the flagship of Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson, HMS Victory.
You can also step on board HMS Warrior, the Royal Navy’s first purpose-built iron warship, and HMS M33, the only surviving vessel from the Battle of Jutland.
A quick trip across the harbour also gets you to HMS Alliance, a WW2 submarine, and Explosion! The Museum of Naval Firepower.
We do however offer a 10% discount to holders of these tickets, upon presentation of the tickets at either our Visitor Centre at the Historic Dockyard entrance (Victory Gate), or at our museum. This discount also applies to holders of the NMRN National Membership Scheme. This offer is not available online.
“All Attraction” tickets purchased before 1st April 2018 will be accepted until their expiry date.
Get the best views in Portsmouth by visiting the Emirates Spinnaker Tower, where on a good day you can see up to 23 miles across the South Coast of England and out into the English Channel.
Built in 1544, this historic fortification overlooking the Isle of Wight is said to be where Henry VIII watched the Mary Rose sinking.
These days, you'll see the famous 19th-century Solent Forts, plus various ships and yachts sailing the waters of the Solent.
You can also enjoy a meal and refreshment at the Courtyard Restaurant and Café.
New for 2018, The D-Day Story chronicles the events leading up to D-Day, from the planning and build-up to the Normandy landings themselves, using objects and the stories of people who were alive at the time.