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I've taken a number of friends here over the years, and all of them regardless of age have all said they had a great day out. There's a bit of walking but most of it is well within the capabilities of us older fork. Kids...More
A delightful afternoon tea in the officer's mess, delicious sandwiches, scones and sweet treats.
We went along for a birthday treat, and we were greeted by a friendly host, wishing birthday greetings, we were made to feel welcome.
We also had chance to experience the...More
The oldies on tour ! Fort Nelson by Portsmouth. An old building but tastefully modern layout. So much to see in one visit . Easy access to all areas. Will definitely call again.
Fascinating displays / exhibits of anything that goes BANG, plus an insight...More
We visited Fort Nelson in August 2018 it is a really good day out AND ITS FREE ADMISSION, you can’t get better than that ,it has some splendid exhibits, would highly recommend a visit to this venue , you won’t be disappointed, it has an...More
We live near by but hadn’t been inside for many years so we went up with the grandchildren, we walked round with interest and was impressed with all the brickwork, outside we walked up onto the banks and the children had a good run around...More
I visited this museum with my son and was pleasantly surprised. It is a cracking place to visit, very interesting with a lot more on display than I expected. The information on how and why the fort was built was great, with details about the...More
Many thanks for your question - as previous answers have indicated unfortunately you cannot see the sculpture from the car park. The tip of it can be seen from a public footpath to the north of the Fort however if that's of... More
Many thanks for your question - as previous answers have indicated unfortunately you cannot see the sculpture from the car park. The tip of it can be seen from a public footpath to the north of the Fort however if that's of any help!