These are just some of the amazing things to see and do at The Mary Rose!
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 gundeck.
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.
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.
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!
Share the memories of your visit with us on social media, tagging us @MaryRoseMuseum
Getting to The Mary Rose
National and local services stop at The Hard Interchange, two minutes' walk from the Historic Dockyard.
From the M27, take junction 12 for the 275. Follow the 'Historic Waterfront' signs on the motorway and 'Historic Dockyard' signs in Portsmouth. For parking, the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard car park is situated approximately 400 metres from the main Historic Dockyard entrance. Disabled parking bays are available in the car park
For sat nav devices the car park postcode is PO1 3GW (Admiralty Road).
Alternatively, you can use the Park and Ride facility off the M275.
The Gosport ferry and Isle of Wight catamaran are at Portsmouth Harbour Station.
The nearest station is Portsmouth Harbour: a few minutes' walk from the dockyard and only around 90 minutes by rail from London Waterloo.
The Mary Rose is located in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, and prior to your visit to the museum you will need to pass through the Mary Rose ticket office at the main dockyard gates.
If you have not purchased tickets online, this is where you will purchase your tickets for the museum.
While the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard 'All Attraction' ticket no longer exists, there are various ticket options available for visitors to purchase to make the most of their experience. "All Attraction" tickets purchased before 1st April 2018 will still be accepted until their expiration date.
The museum is located at the far end of the dockyard, about 400 metres from the entrance. A golf buggy can be made available if required: more information can be found on our accessibility page.
Due to security regulations within Portsmouth Naval Base, we are required to conduct 100% bag searches upon entry to the dockyard.
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