Resurrect naval history at The Mary Rose Museum

The Mary Rose Museum is one of many fascinating historical exhibitions in Portsmouth’s historic dockyard. At one time, this warship was the pride of Henry VIII’s fleet. After serving for 34 years, it was sunk in 1547, and raised in 1982. Today, the wreckage (now in the last phases of its conservation) and its artefacts are available for the public to view, offering a unique and fascinating day out for the whole family.

Docking at Portsmouth?

Portsmouth is an exciting and vibrant coastal city, where the old and the new merge to create a wonderful tourist destination. From the ceremony and splendour of its proud naval heritage to ultra-modern tourist attractions, all dotted with great places to eat, drink, and watch the world go by, everyone will find something to enjoy in Portsmouth.

Get your fill at Gunwharf Quays

Gunwharf Quays is one of Portsmouth’s most popular areas for locals and visitors alike. A complex of more than 90 great stores, including Hugo Boss, Polo Ralph Lauren, and Michael Kors, as well as a number of popular restaurants, Gunwharf Quays is the perfect place to enjoy that long-overdue shopping spree!

Planning a trip to The Mary Rose Museum? Travelodge Portsmouth Hotel is just over 10 minutes away by car, and Travelodge Portsmouth Hilsea Hotel can be reached in quarter of an hour.