Discover the extraordinary story of Henry VIII’s favourite ship, from her fateful last battle to her miraculous rediscovery at the bottom of the Solent over 400 years later.
The Mary Rose Museum is a marvel of modern story-telling and cutting-edge science, brought together to create a unique experience unlike anything else. This one-of-a-kind attraction brings you closer to Tudor life than you can imagine, what will you uncover as you explore her many mysteries?
1982: DIVE THE MARY ROSE
A new 4D immersive theatre experience, opening Spring 2023.
Giving visitors the chance to experience what it was like to dive the Mary Rose, this never-before-seen cinema experience will explore the history of when the Mary Rose tragically sank over 400 years ago, right up until the present day.
Discover the crucial stories of all those who were instrumental in the salvage and recovery of the Mary Rose. Witness the legacy to the hundreds of individuals involved in the world’s largest underwater excavation.Visit Website
Please note, some attractions operate at different opening times, be sure to check the attractions you wish to see for latest opening times – see website for more details.
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Spring Autojumble at Beaulieu Motor Museum
Spring Autojumble will return on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th May 2024! The one-stop-shop for all your classic motoring needs, whether you are seeking an elusive part for your historic vehicle project, or simply in need of a terrific motoring-themed day out.View event
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