Portsmouth Historic Dockyard – Wednesday 25th March 2020
Date: Wednesday 25th March 2020
Price: £55 per person includes entrance fee
Horrible Histories Pirates – This hilarious journey through the world of pirates has been brought to life by Terry Deary and illustrator Martin Brown – whose bestselling books celebrated ‘25 Horrible Years’ in 2018.Get hands-on with over thirty interactive experiences including touch-screen games and role-playing opportunities to entertain even the most hardened old salt.
HMS Victory – Best known for her role in the Battle of Trafalgar, the Victory currently has a dual role as the Flagship of the First Sea Lord and as a living museum to the Georgian Navy.
HMS Warrior 1860 – Now, Warrior has undergone a re-interpretation, reflecting what she was like in 1863 by opening up new areas of the ship and bringing stories from the period to life.
HMS M.33 – The ship is one of just three British warships from World War I still in existence.
National Museum of the Royal Navy Portsmouth – The National Museum of the Royal Navy Portsmouth brings history to life. It showcases treasures from the past 350 years and examines the common threads which link the sailor of England’s ‘Wooden Walls’ to the professional crews of today.
Action Stations – Action Stations is a high-tech, interactive indoor attraction housed in Boathouse 6.
Boathouse 4 – Boathouse 4 was built in 1939 in response to the need for a rapid rearmament programme prior to the start of World War II. This vast building, incorporating its own dock and locks, is typical of 1930s military industrial architecture.
The Dockyard Apprentice – Step back in time and relive the efforts of those who worked at Portsmouth dockyard as an apprentice in the early 20th century.
Leaves from Bill’s Coach and Minibus Hire at 07.30am and leaves from Portsmouth at 16.30pm.
Bill’s Coach and Minibus Hire address:
1 Hollin lane, Stacey Bushes, Milton Keynes, MK12 6HT