Welcome to the home of the Mary Rose
Please be aware that over the the Easter Holidays we shall be busier than usual.
We are currently running a free-flow system, so you will not need to book a timeslot for your visit.
A valid ticket will still be required.
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.
The Mary Rose Museum has won the Project of the Year category at the Building Awards 2014. Dedicated to rewarding excellence and outstanding performance in the UK construction industry, the Building Awards brings together some of the most influential figures in the business to celebrate exceptional UK projects. The award scheme’s prestigious panel of… Read more »
The 2nd April 2014 was a day in which people involved in the Mary Rose project were recognised, both in its past and its present. Firstly, we unveiled a bust of Alexander McKee, the man who started the project to rediscover the Mary Rose back in 1965. After a fundraising campaign by Henry Yelf,… Read more »