Portsmouth Historic Dockyard HMS Warrior, Mary Rose, HMS Victory

A long lease was granted to the Portsmouth Naval Base Property Trust in 1985 by the British Government for much of the historic part of the dockyard. It's this part of the dockyard that is open to the public and contains a wide range of attractions including: Action Stations, Mary Rose, HMS Victory, HMS Warrior 1860, Royal Naval Museum, Dockyard Apprentice and Harbour Tours. The dockyard also contains, cafe's, bars, restaurants and retail outlets.

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Opening Times:

  • The Historic Dockyard opens at 10am everyday throughout the year, except when closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
  • April - October
    Last tickets to the attractions are sold at 4.30pm and the Dockyard gates are closed at 6.00pm.
  • November - March
    Last tickets to the attractions are sold at 4.00pm and the Dockyard gates are closed at 5.30pm.

Attraction Closing Times 2012

  • Please note these are approximate timings and may vary slightly at different times of the year.
  • HMS Warrior 1860 - winter 5.00pm; summer 5.30pm
  • Harbour Tours: check sailing times but usually last sailing in summer is 4.00pm
  • Mary Rose Museum - winter 4.45pm; summer 5.30pm
  • National Museum of the Royal Navy - winter 4.30pm; summer 5.00pm
  • Action Stations - winter 5.00pm; summer 5.30pm
  • HMS Victory Walk up - winter - 4.45pm; summer 5.30pm

Admission Charges 2012:

  • Adult Ticket £21.50
  • Child Ticket £15.80
  • Senior Ticket £18.35
  • Family Ticket £62.15
  • Student Ticket £18.35

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