Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
Visitor Centre, Victory Gate
HM Naval Base
Tel: 023 9283 9766
Adult All Attraction Ticket - £35.00
Child All Attraction Ticket - £15.00
All Attraction Ticket (2 adults and 3 children) - £75.00
Family All Attraction Ticket (1 adult and 3 children) - £45.00
Senior and Student All Attraction Ticket - £31.50
Disabled (plus accompanying carer) All Attraction Ticket - £31.50
Adult All Attraction Ticket - £28.00
Child All Attraction Ticket - £12.00
All Attraction Ticket (2 adults and 3 children) - £60.00
Family All Attraction Ticket (1 adult and 3 children) - £36.00
Senior and Student All Attraction Ticket - £25.20
Disabled (plus accompanying carer) All Attraction Ticket - £25.20
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard’s all-attraction ticket takes the guesswork out of planning the perfect day out. Valid all year round, it includes unlimited entry to all attractions, ships and museums.
Now included for free in the ticket is the mast-rigging. Visitors can experience what it would be like to be a sailor on the high seas in Boathouse 4 and see if they have what it takes to climb to the top of the mast (included from the 18th February).
Highlights include a brand new exhibition ‘Women and the Royal Navy: Pioneers to Professionals’ which tells the incredible 250-year long story of women working in the Naval Service. Tales of cross-dressing as male sailors and living secret lives is just one part of this fascinating story. The exhibition opens in the centenary year of the Woman’s Royal Naval Service (WRNS) formation and is a superb taster of women’s vital role in defending our shores (opens 18th February).
Don’t miss a trip to the Mary Rose, Henry VIII’s first love, which for the first time ever provides unrestricted views of the ship and life-sized projections of the crew. Be sure to download the new Mary Rose app to get more from your visit. Also, take the new visitor’s route on board the world’s most famous warship, HMS Victory, and be one of the first to try the brand new audio guide as the drama of the battle of Trafalgar unfolds, deck-by-deck, hour by hour, when the ship sets sail from Portsmouth.
Visit the Victorian powerhouse, HMS Warrior 1860, as well as unique Gallipoli Campaign survivor - HMS M.33. - before taking a short detour to the Royal Marines Museum at Eastney (closing on 31st March 2017). Be wowed, and moved, by the greatest naval battle of all time – the Battle of Jutland – through never-before-seen displays and galleries in the newest blockbuster exhibition 36 Hours: Jutland 1916, The Battle That Won the War.
If that’s not enough, get out onto the water with a harbour tour and use the water bus to get to our Gosport-based attractions. Submerse yourself in the only remaining Second World War-era submarine, HMS Alliance before visiting neighbouring Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower which tells the exciting story of naval warfare.
With so much to see and do, there are plenty of reasons to return again and again throughout the year.
All-Attraction ticket includes entry to:
• The Mary Rose: Watch this breath-taking 16th Century ship come alive in a way not seen in any other museum in the world. See the extraordinary collection of Tudor artefacts recovered from the sea after nearly 500 years.
• HMS Victory: The world’s most celebrated warship has undergone her biggest change. A major reinterpretation of her visitor route through the ship enables visitors to follow in the footsteps of Nelson, its most famous Admiral.
• HMS Warrior 1860: The world’s first iron-hulled, armoured warship launched in 1860 and never fired a shot in anger, yet changed naval warfare forever.
• 36 hours: Jutland 1916, The Battle That Won The War: This brand new exhibition from The National Museum of the Royal Navy reveals the story behind the greatest naval battle in history (included from the 18th February).
• The National Museum of the Royal Navy Portsmouth: Britain’s only museum dedicated to the men and women of the Royal Navy, spanning several hundred years.
• Action Stations: Release your inner ninja on the new Ninja Force assault course. Measuring 20 metres by six metres, the course combines elements of Parkour, rock climbing and rope courses. It's suitable for anyone over six and visitors can have as many goes as they like.
• Boathouse 4: A great new family attraction within the Historic Dockyard, featuring hands-on children’s activities and a brand new indoor Mast & Rigging experience. There is the Forgotten Craft exhibition which pays tribute to the heroic small naval craft and crews of the past. You can also get a great birds-eye view of students practising traditional boatbuilding skills as part of the International Boatbuilding Training College Portsmouth.
• HMS Alliance at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum: Discover a world beneath the sea by walking on board HMS Alliance - it’s as if she is about to leave for sea. Take a peek through the working periscopes and see, hear and even smell how life was lived underwater.
• Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower: Take the free waterbus over to this award-winning museum – home to a unique collection that includes torpedoes, modern missiles - and even a nuclear bomb.
• Royal Marines Museum: Explore the 350 year history of the Royal Marines – the Royal Navy’s amphibious elite fighting force. (Closing on the 31st March 2017).
• HMS M.33: Discover the only surviving ship from the First World War’s Gallipoli campaign.
• Harbour Tours: A sailor’s eye view of the Historic Dockyard, and the warships of the modern Royal Navy
• Waterbus: Enjoy a complimentary boat ride from Portsmouth Historic Dockyard to the Royal Navy Submarine Museum and Explosion Museum (subject to availability and on a first come, first served basis).
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard opens from 10am to 5:30pm April - October and 10am to 5pm November - March. Last tickets are sold at 4.30pm (April – October) and 4.00pm (November – March). The Dockyard is closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
The dockyard offers a wide range of options for catering and retail; including Costa Coffee, Midships, Boathouse No. 7 Restaurant, Nauticalia, the Mary Rose shop and café, The National Museum of the Royal Navy shop, Antique Storehouse and the Dockyard Apprentice Exhibition.
Annual All-Attraction Tickets do not include entry to special events. Some of the attractions may run on timed entry at different periods of the year, and some may be closed at certain times during the winter. Please visit the website for further information: historicdockyard.co.uk
- In town/city centre
- Accessible Lift - in some attractions
- Disabled Parking - Dedicated spaces in car park
- Facilities for Hearing Impaired Visitors - Loop systems in some of the attractions - please call for details.
- Facilities for Visually Impaired Visitors - Most exhibits are hands-on. If pre-arranged, a guide can help.
- Guide Dogs Permitted
- No dogs (Guide dogs accepted)
- Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
- Ramp/Level Access
- Toilets for Disabled Visitors
- Wheelchair user accessible
Children & Infants
- Baby changing
- Children's Meals
- Family Friendly, Children Welcome
Parking & Transport
- Parking (charge)
- Railway station within walking distance
- Catering for groups
- On-Site cafe/restaurant - Restaurant, coffee shop, cafe, various outlets up to 450 capacity.
- Picnic Site
- Undercover picnic area
- Blue Badge Guides admitted free
- Delta accepted
- Euros accepted
- Groups Accepted - Prebooking advisable.
- Maestro Accepted
- MasterCard accepted
- Min group size - 15 (to achieve group rates)
- Special group rates - All inclusive tickets Adult: £17.20 Senior: £14.70 Child: £12.70
- Visa accepted
- All weather attraction
- Audio Commentary in Foreign Languages
- Beach/Coast 20 min walking distance
- Conference facilities
- Event Venue
- Gift shop
- Groups welcome
- Licensed for alcohol
- Licensed for weddings & ceremonies
- Meeting rooms
- Open all year round
- Open New Year
- Open on bank holidays
- Printed Material in Foreign Languages
- Team / Corporate Activities
- Educational Groups
- Family Fun
- Marketed Towards Children
- Marketed Towards Families
- Marketed Towards Senior Citizens
- Marketed towards student/youth
Tours and Demonstrations
- Demonstrations Given
- Educational Visits Accepted
- Guided Tours Available for Groups
- Guided Tours Compulsory for Individuals - site tours
Audio Commentary in Foreign Languages
- French audio guide
- German audio guide
- Spanish audio guide
Map & Directions
Nearest major road is M27. Onto M275 and follow brown signs to Historic Dockyard.
Public Transport Directions
By coach, bus, rail and by ferry from Gosport or Fastcat from the Isle of Wight. Portsmouth Harbour station the Hard interchange are 200 metres from the main entrance.
- Tourism South East Award - 13/14 Gold Award - Beautiful South Awards for Excellence 2013
|Open New Year|
|Portsmouth Historic Dockyard (1 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)|
* April - October: 10:00 - 17:30
November - March: 10:00 - 17:00
Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day