Portsmouth Dockyard All Attractions Inc Mary Rose
Visit Portsmouth Dockyard
with Ultimate Explorer Ticket for entry to all of the onsite attractions including The Mary Rose, HMS Warrior and HMS Victory.
This All Attraction ticket gives you access to all the attractions at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
Access the Historic Dockyard site
Access to All attractions (including our Gosport attractions)
Cafes, restaurants and shops
Boathouse 4 boatbuilding exhibition
Dockyard apprentice exhibition
Access to Harbour Tour
This includes the Harbour Tour and entry to their off-site attractions. In Gosport, there's the Royal Navy Submarine Museum and HMS Alliance and also Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower, plus use of the Waterbus service. Alsovisit the blockbuster exhibition on the Battle of Jutland and the new Pioneers to Professionals, Women and the Royal Navy exhibition.
HMS Victory is the Royal Navy's most famous warship. Best known for her role in the Battle of Trafalgar, the Victory currently has a dual role as the Flagship of the First Sea Lord and as a living museum to the Georgian Navy. The visitor experience onboard HMS Victory at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard as Nelson's famous flagship from the Battle of Trafalgar is now brought alive with a hand-held audio guide for the first time in the ship's history.
Built in 1759 with a crew of 821, 104 guns and a top speed of 9 km/h the warship was in service for 206 years.
There have been many celebrated warships in Britain's naval history but HMS Victory can justifiably claim to be the most famous of them all. Having served as Vice-Admiral Lord Nelson's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar, she has become one of the UK's most-loved visitor attractions.
The Mary Rose is the only 16th century warship on display anywhere in the world. The purpose-built award-winning museum reunites her with many of her artefacts and crew, capturing the moment in time when she sank. Step back in time and explore Henry VIII's favourite warship - raised from the depths of the Solent and painstakingly conserved for future generations. The story of the Mary Rose is one of the most fascinating in naval history. A tale of battles fought against the French for over 30 years before sinking off the coast of Portsmouth in 1545. It's an account of her being raised from the seabed more than 470 years later and of her meticulous conservation.
A complimentary waterbus takes visitors across the harbour from Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.