Posts By: Hospitality and Events Team

Mary Rose weddings, with a little inspiration from the royals… As Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip celebrate a remarkable 70 years of marriage on 20th November, we thought we’d take a look at royal weddings through the centuries, and see what inspiration we can draw from them.   Princess Margaret’s wedding to Antony Armstrong-Jones in… Read more »

  The Mary Rose Museum has launched new corporate event packages which will allow guests to experience Henry VIII’s flagship as never before.     For the first time the museum, in the heart of Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard, is inviting guests to enjoy a premium silver service dinner on the top deck of the museum…. Read more »

Think outside the box – in our amazing space!   Everyone knows what’s supposed to happen on those breakout sessions and corporate awaydays. Blue-sky thinking (even though you’re stuck in a boring room-without-a-view), pushing the envelope (even though everything feels more back-of-the-envelope) and all the hope that perishes when the attendees realise it’s still four… Read more »

According to the website SuccessfulMeetings.com, experiential meetings are a hot theme for 2017.     The experts suggest that businesses and companies will ‘continue to look for experiences and adventures’ and ‘synergy between location and property’.   We may be a teeny bit biased but we think we have some pretty amazing synergy at the… Read more »

We think it’s a given that the Mary Rose presents some of the most stunning interior vistas in the UK. Now that Henry VIII’s flagship has been re-imagined in all her glory, our visitors get to see the jaw-dropping sight of the mighty hull itself, towering above them, as they walk the exhibition’s three floors…. Read more »

OK, we’ll admit it, stealing wedding ideas from the Tudor era may seem a little risky, considering that two thirds of Henry VIII’s wives were either executed or divorced!   But while Henry could never be described as the world’s greatest bridegroom, he did know how to build a magnificent ship (ahem) and he also… Read more »

It’s only a guess on our part but if you’re considering the Mary Rose Museum for your celebration then maybe you’re more than a bit interested in the nautical life and its heritage and traditions?   Fact is that while the Mary Rose may seem very old to all of us, in naval defence terms… Read more »