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Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
The Visitor Centre
Victory Gate
HM Naval Base

Portsmouth
Hampshire

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Enter Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and be transported on a journey through time. Trace the footsteps of those who have played their part in over 800 years of maritime history and who made Britain the leading naval power in the world. Discover more about Admiral Lord Nelson, Henry VIII, World War veterans and Portsmouth dockyard workers. Learn about life on board three of the world's most famous warships ever built, HMS Victory, HMS Warrior 1860 and the Mary Rose. See, touch and smell the history of the Royal Navy at one of the UK's leading maritime museums the Royal Naval Museum and complete the story by testing your own skill, bravery and brain power on the action-packed high seas adventure that is Action Stations.

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Nearest Train Station: Portsmouth Harbour
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Nearest UK Airport: Southampton
Months Open: All Year except Christmas Day
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Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Discount for Groups: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Contact Name for Groups: Kim Marsh
Admission Price: Adults: £16.50
Children/Concessions: £13
Family Ticket: £46 (2+3)
Catering: Restaurant/Café/Coffee Shop

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