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You can't help feeling history oozing out of every inch of the ship. There is even a brass plate showing where Nelson fell. I definitely felt like I was slap bang in the middle of a major part of history and would actively encourage everyone to go.
A lesser known exhibit in the dockyard that explains the Battle of Trafalgar with audio-visual scenes and finishes off with Wylie's vast painting. It is a little graphic though, when I was there some small children had to be taken out as they became rather scared.
lovely little shops here, and nice restaurants, although they are a bit pricey, but never the less very nice, specially on a lovely summers day or evening....
Don't miss this its not what you expect but worth every moment and you will learn so much. Might not be fore hi kids but if you like history.,this is the one for you.
This is one of the best tourist places to go in Portsmouth have all day seeing the Ships meet the men and have lunch in one of the great little café in the Dock yard Go on the boat trip around the sips and see how the navy work a good feel good day not to be missed while staying... 更多
Saw everything over 3months.we called it Friday DOCKY DAY great fun and very Interesting.It surprised me the amount of history we have on our own doorstep.lots of guides on hand with information
This a living museum of England's great sea power which you can walk over touch and use your own imagination to see for your self how wars were fought on wooden ships in the World over. king Henry's flag ship the Mary Rose/The Victory on which Lord Nelson died when the English defeated the Spanish Naval power and so much... 更多