Great for kids and anyone else interested in keeping up with Portsmouth's wealth of nautical history. Underground tunnels to explore and interesting info in the museum itself from Henry VIII era to it's use in WWII as a billet for local ATS girls who had to share the basement with the mice! Nice tea rooms and a good way to spend an hour or so, especially on a sunny day sat outside in the centre courtyard.
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