Waited 30 years for this and was not disappointed. You have to book a slot to visit the museum which on the face of it looks like you get just half and hour in the museum. They do make you stick to your entrance time but when in you are free to wander and take as much time as you like. We were in there for 2 hours. The Mary Rose can be viewed through windows on three levels, so don't worry if you cant get to a window when you get in there are plenty more and you get ample opportunity. The wonder of this museum/exhibition are the 19000 artefacts that came up with the ship. They look like they were in service yesterday they have been preserved so well. If you have an interest in Tudor or naval history this is a must. I could go on about the various pieces and the reconstructed faces of the cook, the archer etc and of course the bones of the ships dog, Hatch, but go yourself and step back a few hundred years. I will be going again in about 3 years when the Mary Rose will be on full view when she has "dried out"
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