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Portsmouth-based tea company All About Tea has joined forces with the Mary Rose Museum to sell their latest blend; Mary Rose Tea.   All About Tea is an expert manufacturing wholesaler and distributor of speciality teas. They source their teas from remote regions to bring the best of the world’s flavours to a global audience. All… Read more »

Tuesday 24th July – Sunday 2nd September 2012 This summer Portsmouth Historic Dockyard gets set to bring you six weeks of enjoyment for the school holidays.   Across all our attractions, young explorers can learn history in fun ways with costumed interpreters, games, dressing-up, crafts, and adventure trails. From a Harbour Tour, getting close to… Read more »

The Mary Rose Museum at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard has welcomed over 52,000 visitors since opening its doors on 31st May – all intrigued to see the famous hull, united with many of the 19,000 artefacts for the first time since they were recovered from the sea in 1982.   In the last month, Portsmouth Historic… Read more »

After a sneak preview at our launch event, “Ahoy! Sing for the Mary Rose” will be premiering at the Portsmouth Guildhall on 24th June as part of this year’s Portsmouth Festivities!   This musical celebration, combining traditional Tudor music with Sea Shanties , features children from local schools, alongside The Portsmouth Community Choir, The Festival… Read more »

It’s been an exciting few days at the Mary Rose, with the launch of our new museum. The levels of interest from the press and the general public have been incredible!   The News – The Mary Rose – A National Treasure   BBC News – Mary Rose Museum opens in Portsmouth The Independent- Secrets of Henry… Read more »

Ryozo Tatami, the Mayor of Maizuru, which has been twinned with Portsmouth since 1998, visited the new Mary Rose Museum today as part of a visit to meet the city’s new Lord Mayor, Lynne Stagg.   Mayor Tatami was given a tour of the new museum by Paul Griffiths, the Mary Rose Museum’s Head of… Read more »

Following more than three years of construction to rehouse King Henry VIII’s flagship, the new Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard will open its doors to the public on the 31 May, bringing with it a new and exciting chapter for Trademark Clothing in Petersfield. Trademark has previously been proud to supply the existing… Read more »

We’ve been in the news a lot this week, mainly because we’ve finally been able to turn off the Polyethylene Glycol sprays that have, for the last 19 years been constantly been treating the Mary Rose, re-enforcing the wood structure and allowing us to finally start drying her out.   The Telegraph – Historic milestone for… Read more »

The Mary Rose Museum is pleased to announce that the coffee in our cafe will be supplied by Paddy and Scott’s, a coffee roasting company based in Suffolk. All their coffee is roasted and blended here in the UK, and is sourced from Fairtrade growers around the world. Our cafe crew have spent this morning… Read more »