Heritage itineraries for group visitors

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is one of the South of England’s best visitor destinations and offers group visitors the complete maritime heritage package, with all year round itineraries, including catering options.

The site can be used for a full or half day visit, and focused on a particular historic time period or one based on accessibility needs. Group visits to the Historic Dockyard can be tailored to specific requirements by a dedicated team who ensure visitors have everything they need for the day of their visit.

Amongst the itinerary options, groups can enjoy a day delving into Tudor history to discover thousands of personal, domestic and military objects at the Mary Rose Museum, witness the place where Nelson fell after being struck by a single bullet on board HMS Victory and enjoy an afternoon tea in historic surroundings with time to browse the many heritage collectables and souvenirs from various retailers on site.

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard offers over 800 years of maritime history, with the world famous ships, HMS Victory and HMS Warrior 1860, the Mary Rose Museum, the National Museum of the Royal Navy, Action Stations and a Harbour Tour.

Groups of 15 or more receive a discount on standard visits to the Historic Dockyard and superior discounts on events. Coach drivers get free entry into the Historic Dockyard attractions.