Maritime Portsmouth

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“Naval splendour & majesty”

Tour Highlights: The naval dockyards, HMS Victory battleship, The Mary Rose, D-Day Museum and the historic seafront, shopping and bracing sea air!

Still a vital naval port to this day, Portsmouth is a vibrant town, fascinating to those interested in British naval history and the D-Day invasion of WWII. Portsmouth has been home to the British Navy for over 500 hundred years and still is very much to this day. It is also a charming British seaside resort with a lovely pebble beach to explore.

We start our day at the historic naval dockyards, boarding HMS Victory, Admiral Nelson`s flagship from the Battle of Trafalgar of 1805. We then visit the Mary Rose, Henry VIII`s favourite battleship. Before lunch we have time to tour the extensive Napoleonic dockyards and Naval Museum.

After lunch we make our way on to the D-Day museum, perhaps visit the stores at Gunwharf Quays and take a boat tour of the harbour to see the current pride of the British Navy. There is always time for an ice cream before we make our way home.

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