Mary Rose

An award-winning exhibition housing and caring for Henry VIII’s ship and thousands of objects found within.

Dominic Jones​, Chief Executive Officer

“The Mary Rose was and always will be Portsmouth’s Mary Rose. She was built in Portsmouth, crewed by people from Portsmouth, sailed from Portsmouth and on that fateful day in 1545 she sank protecting Portsmouth from an invasion fleet twice the size of the Spanish Amada. It was divers from Portsmouth who rediscovered her and brought her to surface, allowing her to take her place as one of the jewels of Portsmouth’s naval history.

We are proud to be Portsmouth’s Mary Rose. We support the city through various community engagement and projects from Learning & Education to Theatre & Arts groups as well as providing employment, volunteering opportunities and events for everyone in Portsmouth.”