Posts Tagged: Mary Rose

Inspire great writing! Improve your skills! Home Educators’ Poetry Day 18th January 2018   Use the breath-taking Mary Rose as your inspiration for writing! Explore two short forms of poetry in workshops fully led by the museum team.   Take part in the Tudor Gun Drill. Use all the senses to create powerful imagery. Step-by-step… Read more »

Napoleon Bonaparte is popularly quoted as saying “An army marches on its stomach”, and even though he wasn’t born until long after the Mary Rose sank, the crew of that warship knew the importance of being well fed.   Among the 19,000 objects recovered from the wreck of the Mary Rose, we found evidence of… 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 »