Eat, Drink and be Merry at the Mary Rose this Christmas
Travel back in time for a magical Christmas filled with hundreds of twinkling white lights, Christmas carols dating back hundreds of years, and delicious festive food and drink, all set against the evocatively-lit hull of the magnificent Tudor warship, the Mary Rose.
Sitting on the edge of the water in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, with spectacular views over the harbour, The Mary Rose Museum is enveloped in maritime history. Wrap up warm and stroll through the cobbled streets of Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and past HMS Victory, or jump on your own private buggy for a speedier arrival at this extraordinary venue space.
Whether you are looking for a formal Christmas dinner or an exclusive celebration with family and friends, guests will have exclusive access to all three floors of the museum from 6pm, and expert guides will host private tours to give a fascinating insight into the story of the Mary Rose and her Tudor crew.
Our exclusive festive events start from £79.95 per person.
While Henry VIII was one of the few people to eat turkey with his Christmas meal after its introduction in 1523, as only the wealthiest could afford this delicious treat. Today, diners can enjoy traditional turkey with all the trimmings, or choose from a menu created from high-quality, locally-sourced ingredients.
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