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The (Tudor) Night before Christmas by Sarah Hemming (with apologies to Clement Clarke Moore)     T’was the night before Christmas, as the old poem goes Not a creature was stirring upon the ship, Mary Rose; The rigging was hung from the masts with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there; The… Read more »

The Mary Rose Museum has been awarded a coveted Gold for Large Visitor Attraction of the Year at the Beautiful South Awards 2014.   Held at the iconic Grand Brighton Hotel last night, the presentation evening celebrated the elite visitor experiences across the South and South East of England and recognised their outstanding contribution to… Read more »

  Life on board the Mary Rose wasn’t all fighting, working and eating weevily biscuits, there was time for fun too. Among the objects recovered from the Mary Rose were several musical instruments, including a Still Shawm, not heard in centuries, drums, pipes and fiddles, all of which appear to have been tuned to play… Read more »