Set sail for Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
With a long history of military and trade use, Portsmouth’s dockyard now stands as a permanent museum to the city’s rich maritime past. Home to the Mary Rose Museum and the National Museum of the Royal Navy, as well as impressive ships like the HMS Victory and HMS Alliance (the last remaining WWII-era British submarine), a trip to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard always makes a fun and fascinating family day out.
Pottering around Portsmouth
Portsmouth is a vibrant coastal city, brimming with things to see and do. Whether you’re looking to take a relaxing seaside stroll, visit the great shops and restaurants at Gunwharf Quays, or learn about its rich maritime and literary history, first-time visitors are sure to form some fond memories of Portsmouth.
Start on a high at the Emirates Spinnaker Tower
What better way to start your visit to Portsmouth than with a stunning view of the city from the top of the Emirates Spinnaker Tower? One of Britain’s tallest viewing towers, tourists come here to soak in the amazing ocean view, cross the exhilarating Sky Walk and explore the harbour with the tower’s Ship Finder. Fun for parents and kids alike, this is one Portsmouth attraction nobody should miss.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Portsmouth Historic Dockyard? Travelodge Portsmouth Hotel can be reached in just over 10 minutes, and Travelodge Portsmouth Hilsea Hotel is a 15-minute drive away.