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#1 of 1 Museums in Emsworth
Emsworth Library also has lots of local history information - it is open every weekday morning from 9,30am, Tues & Thurs till 5pm, Friday till 7pm and Sat till 1pm.
Well worth a visit, extremely interesting and well laid out.
Fishbourne Roman Palace Chichester, UK 5.8 mi away
#4 of 13 Museums in Chichester
Both tours I did were ran by fantastic Nigel, loved his energy, humour and knowledge and I was amazed at his approach and way of involving everyone, even the youngest of the participants in the guided tour.
We were lucky to arrive in time to join an excellent tour conducted by Stewart one of the remarkable team of knowledgeable volunteer staff.A very comprehensive introduction to allow the mosaic floors was our rewar...
The Mary Rose Museum Portsmouth 8.2 mi away
#1 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
The Mary Rose Museum is simply wonderful - very well presented, there are hundreds and hundreds of amazing Tudor objects which give you a real sense of life aboard a sixteenth century war ship.
... is due to be included here soon Some fantastic interactive displays and really interesting and informative exhibits - the kids were fascinated by the carpenter and his dog Well worth a visit - fascinating stuff
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HMS Victory Portsmouth 8.3 mi away
#3 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
The whole historic dockyard is full of interesting naval history but I personally liked HMS Victory the most - walk back in time complete with excellent audio explanations and artefacts from naval history at the t...
A fascinating visit and we will definitely be back to see how the restoration is progressing and to visit the other ships there Mary Rose, HMS Warrior, Battle of Jutland and the harbour tour.
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Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Portsmouth 8.3 mi away
#4 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
The Historic Dockyard offers multiple days out and so much to do and see! Historic ships to explore (such as the Warrior and Victory), submarines, museums, boat trips around the harbour and the Mary Rose! Somethin...
This visit, only did flying visits to see Victory (excellent), M33 now able to tour her (Excellent), harbour tour- plenty of time to eat sandwiches (excellent) across to Dolphin to see the submarines (excellent).
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The D-Day Story Portsmouth 8.3 mi away
#5 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
We started in Portsmouth at D Day Museum before crossing to Normandy on the ferry to Caen, and are so glad we did.The museum is very well laid out, informative and has the amazing tapestry of D Day on display.
We visited the DDay museum and as always find more exhibits always so interesting and amazing , it is very well laid out , the amazing tapestry is a work of art you have to see it for yourself to appreciate the de...
Royal Armouries - Fort Nelson Portsmouth 8.7 mi away
#2 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
... , in a big 'pavilion' , but still has lovely food .Lots of smiling and helpful volunteers around , as well as permanent guides - one of whom gave a very interesting short talk on the fort in the First World War.
The highlights from the exhibitions for us were the medieval Great Bombard in the atrium, the two sections of the Iraqi Supergun (OMG), the interactive reconstructions of barracks life in the downstairs galleries,...
The Novium Museum Chichester, UK 7.0 mi away
#8 of 13 Museums in Chichester
We took our Grandchildren on a wet and windy day to The Novium Museum , the Tim Peake exhibition was excellent, we spent about 2 hours viewing the exhibits then moved to Roman Chichester again this was excellent,...
You are welcomed by a very friendly team, and straight away you are standing over the remains of a Roman Bath house! on the top floor they have an exhibition which displays actual costumes from films such as the G...
#6 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
I prefer social history and there was enough to interest me while my husband concentrated on the military history.
This RN Museum is a must for all Marine enthusiast, be it for the historical, technology or human aspects.
Weald & Downland Living Museum Singleton, UK 8.8 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Singleton
An enjoyable place to visit, if you're interested in historical life A variety of buildings showing an insight into past life Guides very knowledgeable and all very friendly Lovely cafe by the lake- reasonably pri...
We have joined as members as it is such tremendous value for money - we can take our grandchildren and they love it - we can take our dogs and they love it!!! and we love it and the food is great and good value.
HMS Alliance Submarine Gosport 9.1 mi away
#2 of 7 Museums in Gosport
Another must when visiting the dockyards - the short water-bus ride makes an entertaining prelude to an interesting, entertaining and informative guided tour with knowledgeable guides who take the time to chat and...
A fantastic insight into the development of submarines starting before the 1st World War and taking you right through to the introduction of the Polaris boats, and also a great view into the lives of the submariners.
Trafalgar Experience Portsmouth 8.3 mi away
#9 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
A very informative video about HMS Victory followed by an amazing collection of items relating to Nelson and the Battle of Trafalgar - and Nelson's funeral in London.
Very informative Museum with all the info you need like prize money awarded by the UK govts and more and more about Nelson and the trafalgar war and a 15min film which is surely scary for kids around 6 yrs age atl...
Charles Dickens' Birthplace Portsmouth 7.2 mi away
#11 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
It brings the early years and family life of Charles Dickens alive and is well worth a visit.
Most people mistakenly assume that Dickens was born in London ...but he was born in this house on commercial road Portsmouth (though it was then called Mile End terrace) Charles Dickens was born on 7th February 18...
#5 of 7 Museums in Gosport
Full marks to the tour guide who has a wealth of knowledge at his fingertips, and I would absolutely recommend a knowledgeable guide if you don’t know much about the various weapons on display.
Great afternoon out my grandchildren enjoyed the experience and learnt a lot about the supply and storage of the warheads that were produced and maintained on this site great coffee house with tables on the waters...
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Southsea Model Village Portsmouth 7.6 mi away
#14 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
A group of us took the children to Canoe lake and the model village, The staff are so friendly and the children had great fun. it has been very well restored, we look forward to coming back in the school holidays
The village was well kept and quite funny in parts (the crocs lol) plenty to see! Also had great sea views up near the castle.
#1 of 1 Museums in Selsey
This new lifeboat station was built in 2016 and now houses a well stocked gift shop (the ladies volunteering were wonderful), museum exhibits and a fantastic viewing area to view the stunning Shannon 13-20 and Sup...
This is a great place to visit both to see the boats , meet some of the crew & also browse through the gift shop :) At selsey we also managed to see the boats launch on exercise which ttypically happens on a wedne...