Welcome to Portsmouth Guildhall
Portsmouth Guildhall is a multi-function venue based Near Portsmouth and Southsea train station in Hampshire. Built in 1890, the building was originally used as Portsmouth's town hall for 36 years. Today, it serves as a spectacular venue for a variety of performances, including live music exhibitions like Thriller Live and prominent comedians such as Paul Chowdhry, as well as a wedding venue and corporate meeting place.
Take it all in from the Spinnaker Tower
While Portsmouth is perhaps most celebrated for its maritime heritage, one of its more recent additions always proves one of its biggest hits. Built in 2005, the Spinnaker Tower is the centrepiece of the redevelopment of Portsmouth Harbour and offers visitors willing to take the 170 metre-journey to the summit outstanding, and great value, views that span for 23 miles on a clear day.
Maritime history at the Mary Rose Museum
Portsmouth is home to the wreck of the Mary Rose, a Tudor war ship and a significant staple of Henry VIII's navy. Sunken Nearly 500 years ago and raised from the seabed in 1982, visitors can now walk alongside the intriguing wreckage, learn about its 34 years of military service, and examine some 19,000 artefacts that have since been recovered. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Portsmouth Guildhall? Travelodge Portsmouth Hotel is just over 10 minutes away by car, and Travelodge Portsmouth Hilsea Hotel can be reached within quarter of an hour.