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Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Visitors Centre | Victory Gate,HM Naval Base,, Portsmouth, England
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+44 23 9283 9766
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Reviewed today via mobile

Admiral Nelson’s flagship has been amazingly restored and provides a real insight into what life would have been like on board in the late 1700s. It covers 6 floors, end to end and includes a free and very fascinating audio guide (my 10&7 yr olds...More

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Reviewed today

Walking through the ship, it's great to see what the conditions were like back in 1805. However, talk to the guides in red coats. They are so knowledgeable and enthusiastic. They take the experience to to another level. A great trip.

Thank Bridgford_Dave
Reviewed today via mobile

HMS victory is a must see attraction this shows you the conditions people lion ships like these I thoroughly enjoyed the day and will be returning again later in the summer as promised a second visit today 21/7/2018 a brilliant day once again did the...More

Thank porritt
Reviewed yesterday

Myself and partner had s great couple of hours walking around this ship, it is well worth a visit and the audio players scattered around the ship tells the story of the battle bit by bit.

Thank Teresa F
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

My friend and I came on a day trip to Portsmouth. There is so much to see so having seen a couple of other attractions decided to visit HMS Victory. You need to allow yourself at least an hour to look at everything in detail....More

Thank nigel_dorking
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A must see when you visit the historic dock yard. Mind your head as the beams are low and very hard.

Thank woodlandservices28
Reviewed 4 days ago

The boat was commissioned in 1756 and was the main vessel in the fleet of the Trafalgar battlefront. We were able to visit all the rooms, including the places where Lord Nelson was shot. The staff is extremely solicitous and told us details that the...More

Thank Mariana L
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Spent an hour going round wished I picked up an audio guide friendly staff throughout like the work they are doing to preserve it

Thank broons19
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I have visited the Historic Dockyard with my classes of foreign/Commonwealth Naval Officers as part of their RN Culture day during their 10 week courses at HMS Collingwood. On most occasions, we visit the QHM offices in the Naval Base, a commissioned Destroyer or Frigate...More

Thank Dave G
Reviewed 5 days ago

I was last there almost 50 years ago so it was about time for a long overdue return visit. I have been to Portsmouth so many times and realised what I had been missing. Do not forget the audio guide as that helps so much...More

Thank NB1957
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Tomasz K
7 July 2018|
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Response from VE_Team_PHD | Property representative |
Hiya, You don't have to book online, you are very welcome to pick up a ticket when you arrive at the Visitor Centre. The only benefit to booking online is that the 11 Attraction Annual pass is currently discounted by 20... More
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pyoung_200598
18 June 2018|
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Hi pyong_200598, Concession tickets cost £17 to visit one attraction for one day, or you can buy an 11 Attraction ticket for £34 for a years unlimited access to all 11 attractions. I hope this helps!
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MarkWolski
1 August 2017|
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Response from Colm54321 | Reviewed this property |
Late answer I'd say but it's a cracker of a place to visit and they will not forget it ever.
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