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Much more to see that my last visit , everything is well described and access made easier. Seeing the way the sailors lived in the actual ship is a great way to learn about and be proud of our maritime history.
We went here after visiting the Mary Rose and were expecting a walk through of the ship with not much else. In fact, you climb to the top of the ship and follow the directions down through the decks. It has been prepared extremely well...More
I did know but didn't remember until I got there that HMS Victory was Nelson's ship and took part in the Battle of Trafalgar. Feeling suitable chastised for forgetting the Royal Navy's most famous warship, I thoroughly enjoyed the time looking round. TH audio guide...More
You have visit this ship at least once in your life. It blows my mind when I think about it’s history. You get full access to the whole ship with knowledgeable helpers on each deck to answer questions. A must for kids and especially history...More
I expected a sea faring battleship to be quite big but I was amazed by how small it is. As you walk around and realise how many men lived in these cramped conditions you wonder how they and their fellow sailors survived let alone fought...More
I was a bit disappointed in the Victory. While the ship is wonderfully restored, the lack of signage makes one unsure of what one is actually seeing. Even the site of Nelson’s death is very easy to miss.
That aside, the ship has very low...More
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Our tickets all have the life on it for a year. The best value ticket is called the Full Navy ticket and is £31 online or £39 on the door for an adult. This covers all the attractions pertaining to the National... More
Our tickets all have the life on it for a year. The best value ticket is called the Full Navy ticket and is £31 online or £39 on the door for an adult. This covers all the attractions pertaining to the National Museum in Portsmouth and Gosport. Alternatively if you only want to see 1 attraction it is £18, 2 attractions is £25 and 3 attractions is £32.
There is no tour. the price is difficult as entrance to the site is complicated. You pay for so many attractions once inside the museum. Pay for 1, 3, etc, etc. It has got quite expensive over recent years.