April to October
10 am – 5:30 pm
(last entry to museum 4.45 pm)
November to March
10 am – 5 pm
(last entry to museum 4.15 pm)
The Mary Rose is a Tudor ship, built in 1510.
In service for 34 years. Sank in 1545. Discovered in 1971.
Raised in 1982. Now in the final stages of conservation,
she takes her place in a stunning and unique museum.
Mary Rose Museum nominated for the European Museum of the Year Award 2015 The award winning Mary Rose Museum has been nominated for the European Museum of the Year Award 2015. This prestigious award was founded in 1977 under the auspices of the Council of Europe, with the aim of recognising excellence in the European… Read more »
Study identifies prevalence of rickets among 16th century sailors New laser technology investigates bones of sailors who perished on Henry VIII’s ship The bones of sailors who sailed on Henry VIII’s Mary Rose ship have been analysed at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) in Stanmore, North London as part of a study by… Read more »