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Royal Armouries - Fort Nelson Portsmouth 2.1 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.
Knowledgeable staff, well laid out exhibits, excellent information and a museum of great interest, covering artillery from inception to the modern day.
The Hovercraft Museum Lee-on-the-Solent 3.8 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Lee-on-the-Solent
A Group of us visited this volunteer run Museum in August and thoroughly enjoyed an excellent guided tour which covered the history and the amazing range of varying sizes and ages of hovercraft on the site.
Great museum with a wide variety of Hovercraft, military, giant passenger craft, small craft, rescue craft, training craft, ones built on Scrap Heap Challenge and some used in James Bond film!!
The Mary Rose Museum Portsmouth 5.2 mi away
#1 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
We bought a years pass for the dockyard which is amazing value for money, the Mary Rose museum is silmply stunning it travels you back in time with the interactive films, it is truly amazing We also visited the Wa...
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.
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#1 of 1 Museums in Fareham
This museum has been recently renovated so it is a great place to meet friends for coffee and cake and you can wander round the well stocked shop and the museum.
Great cafe and very nice staff -the shop is good too and there is a useful library/ resource learning centre on the ground floor.
HMS Victory Portsmouth 5.2 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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#1 of 1 Museums in Bursledon
It is a great museum, well presented and very interesting, every body very help full, if you needed assistance and it is suitable for all ages.
What a little gem, if your interested in Industrial history , this site is a fascinating insight into a Victorian factory.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Portsmouth 5.2 mi away
#4 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
You have the Royal Navy Museum, HMS Warrior, HMS Victory, Mary Rose warship of King Henry VIII, HMS 22 from Gallipoli Campaign of WW1, Battle of Jutland Museum of WW1 and some small fighting boats of WW1 & WW2 and...
From the beautifully done museums to the tours of fantastically restored ships (HMS Warrior and HMS Victory) to the preserved remains of the Mary Rose (Henry VIII's sunken vessel), the Dockyard is a fantastic plac...
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HMS Alliance Submarine Gosport 5.7 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...
... in such crampt tiny spaces, with so little water, the boat is very very well preserved and a remarkable insight into a world war 2 sub, the guides are really knowledgeable and have some stories about life at sea.
#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.
My Dad and I came here after the submarine museum and had a great time, it’s so interesting and you can take the boat between exhibits around the historic dockyard which is such a bonus.
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#6 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
The ticket price includes the museum, HMS Victory, HMS M-33, HMS Warrior, several special exhibits, a harbor tour, admission to the Submarine Museum in Gosport and the munitions museum, also across the harbor.
The choices are myriad; just here in Portsmouth there's HMS Victory, The RN National Museum, Fleet Air Arm, Submarine and Explosion Museums HMS M33, HMS Warrior and even a dockyard boat cruise – all of which have...
Royal Navy Submarine Museum Gosport 5.7 mi away
#3 of 7 Museums in Gosport
Worth going and having the guided tour of the submarine then have a wander around the museum, lots of interesting things to learn, if you have time it is worth driving to the museum of explosions as well and combi...
Great museum , visit as part of the historic dockyard ticket ,all exhibits /museums entry on one ticket valid for 12 months (on both sides of water) .Don't miss the alliance guided tour really interesting guided b...
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Boathouse No 4 Portsmouth 5.4 mi away
#8 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
It also very humbling knowing that this still takes place in the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, and alongside this, I would recommend having a wander around the dockyard itself – great day out!
Very interesting warehouse with displays of smaller boats and their restoration, plenty of historic detail, and a lovely lunchtime restaurant with quality food and friendly staff
Trafalgar Experience Portsmouth 5.3 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...
Portsmouth Museum Portsmouth 6.1 mi away
#7 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
Fascinating coverage of the history of Portsmouth ,interesting informative section covering Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s time in the city, fun opportunity to try out retro game consoles , and an Art gallery and much m...
Mums, dads, children, grandparents, young adults etc, this museum offers great history of Portsmouth itself, including events, amazing artefacts, and they set it out amazingly!
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The D-Day Story Portsmouth 6.9 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...
Jutland 1916 Portsmouth 5.4 mi away
#10 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
This is a must see for any fans of Nautical History, very informative attraction and well worth a visit when touring the Historic Dockyard
We were unaware of this exhibit before we visited the Historic Dockyard but the museum was included in our ticket and we spent a very interesting and thought provoking hour and a half at Jutland 1916.
Charles Dickens' Birthplace Portsmouth 5.6 mi away
#11 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
... this house on commercial road Portsmouth (though it was then called Mile End terrace) Charles Dickens was born on 7th February 1812 - and in his birthday -every year - the museum offers free entry to all guests.
It brings the early years and family life of Charles Dickens alive and is well worth a visit.
Gosport Discovery Centre Gosport 5.2 mi away
#6 of 7 Museums in Gosport
Love the way the books are entwined throughout the coffee shop - very busy and everyone really friendly and helpful.
Use this library a lot although I live in Fareham Gosport library seems to have a larger selection of books plus lots of seating areas and a cafe.
Gosport Diving Museum Gosport 9.1 mi away
#1 of 7 Museums in Gosport
Visited here with family visiting from overseas, what a lovely couple of hours spent with wonderful knowledgeable volunteers, also great sense of humour, so passionate about the museum, would definitely go back!
A spontaneous visit revealed a gem of a museum, in which there are some unique exhibits and fascinating exerts from the history of diving, both Naval diving and sports diving.
WW1 Remembrance Centre Portsmouth 6.3 mi away
#13 of 20 Museums in Portsmouth
Really nice people with an in-depth knowledge of the history and people of WW1, I took my 10month old and she loved listening to all the stories and history of WW1 we spent an hour there and had a nice walk around...
This has clearly been a labour of love to fill the place with artifacts and memorabilia from WWI. Expect a personal tour from Charles who will recount a wealth of personal stories.