30
Jul

Visit the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

With 3 ships, 3 submarines, 3 museums, 2 boat excursions and 1 adrenaline-pumping Action Stations, leave nothing discovered as you are taken on an 800-year journey through Britain’s epic story of the Royal Navy and its rich maritime heritage. With the Full Navy Ticket, pay once, visit all year and see world famous ships HMS Victory and HMS Warrior 1860. Plus NEW for April 2014, HMS Alliance, the only remaining WW2 era British ocean going submarine.

The Full Navy Ticket gives you access to many exciting attractions at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. In addition, this includes the Harbour Tours and entry to our off-site attractions. In Gosport, there’s the Royal Navy Submarine Museum and HMS Alliance and also Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower, plus use of the Waterbus service.

Also including the National Museum Royal Navy Portsmouth, Action Stations and Harbour Tours, there’s plenty to see and do. Discover a great family day out at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. Situated within a working Naval Base, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is the only place in the world to see the Royal Navy past, present and future – a must see for anyone visiting the south of England.

Thursday Rum Tot Tastings

Fancy a tipple of your favourite navy tot?
Marking Black Tot Day on 31 July, we’ll be commemorating the Royal Navy tradition with a month long series of rum tastings held every Thursday during August. Courtesy of Pusser’s Rum, join our team outside Horrible Histories: Pirates where you can taste the original admiral blend and learn about the history of the rum tot.
Our team will be outside the exhibition from 11.30am – 3.30pm every Thursday during August. What’s more, if you love your rum tot, don’t forget to pick up your special £2 off voucher to claim against a bottle of Pusser’s Rum inside our shops. Simply collect one from our team after your rum tasting. The voucher is only valid in our shops and not onine. You can purchase any 70cl bottle of Pusser’s Rum with the voucher. £2 is taken off at the till point.