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Portsmouth Historic Dockyards and HMS Victory Tour from London
"This full-day tour from the London area takes you on a scenic drive to the historic naval dockyards of Portsmouth where you’ll see the famous ships that attract visitors from around the world.On your tour of several historic Royal Navy ships the highlight will undoubtedly be HMS Victory Nelson’s flagship during the famous Battle of Trafalgar. Learn what life was like for these brave sailors climb the decks and see where Nelson lived and died.Another highlight for many is the Mary Rose the flagship of King Henry VIII. This old ship sank on its maiden voyage just outside Portsmouth harbor wall. It was raised from the seabed in the 1980s and is now housed in a brand-new museum along with thousands of artifacts.Nearby we can also visit HMS Warrior
From GBP200.00
 
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard: All Attraction Ticket
"Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is a great day out for all! Offering a unique experience which spans 800 years of British Naval history and situated within a working Naval Base the Historic Dockyard is the only place in the world to see the Royal Navy past present and future - a must see for anyone visiting the South of England.The annual ALL-ATTRACTION TICKET includes entry to: • The new Mary Rose Museum: which launched in 2013. This brand new state-of-the-art museum is home to the remains of Henry VIII’s flagship and an extraordinary collection of artifacts recovered from the sea after 400 years.• HMS Warrior 1860: the world’s first iron-hulled armored warship launched in 1860 and never fired a shot in anger yet changed naval warfare forever.• HMS Victory: the world’s oldest commissioned warship
From GBP26.00
 
Emirates Spinnaker Tower Portsmouth Family Entrance Ticket
"Take a high speed lift to view deck one 100 metres above sea level and experience the wow of the stunning 350 panoramic view over the Solent and beyond. Explore over 1700 years of history and the secrets of the view with audio guides and interactive touch screens available in multiple languages.Venture across the amazing glass Sky Walk high above the harbour - if you dare! Then take to the helm of our rib boat simulator and race your friends and family.Next head up to the Café in the Clouds 105 metres above the Harbour and relax with a coffee and cake whilst enjoying the breathtaking scenery. Finally climb to the highest open air viewing level and experience the refreshing sea breeze in your hair!Back on ground level
From GBP33.00

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The Greyfriar

Not that there are much restaurants to choose from in Chawton but still, after visiting Jane Austen's house, I would highly recommend stopping at The Greyfriar for lunch or dinner. This charming...
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Winchester Cathedral

A place of worship for 900 years,Winchester cathedral is a imposing building a treasure.It has the longest medieval nave in Europe. The tombs of Jane Austen and Izaak Walton.,and early Englis h kings....
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Great Hall - Round Table

The Great Hall is from the 13th century ,and all that remains of Winchester Castle. The Hall houses the greatest symbol of medieval mythology , King Arthurs Round Table. The table hangs on the end...
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Stratfield Saye House

The stables at Stratfield Saye, which are contemporary with the original 17th century house, contain an exhibition about the life of the First Duke, including items from his time in India, a press...
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Spinnaker Tower

Spinnaker Tower was opened in 2005 and forms the 'centrepiece' of the redevelopment of the area of Portsmouth harbour near The Hard (which includes Portsmouth Harbour railway station and bus station)....
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King's Square

King’s Square is a triangular square, partly built on the spot of a former cemetery. On an elevated piece at the southeastern side of the square, you can still see some of the former tombstones. It...
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Lord Nelson Statue

In September 1805 Vice Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson spent his last night in England at the George Hotel (destroyed by a bomb in the Second World War) in Old Portsmouth before setting sail for what...
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"Jane Austen's House in Chawton"
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