Enjoy 1 year's entrance to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, the UK's premier destination for naval history and receive a 45 minute tour aboard a harbour tour boat with this spectacular experience for two. Explore Lord Nelson's world famous flagship HMS Victory, Queen Victoria's HMS Warrior and the only surviving ship from the World War I's Gallipoli Campaign, HMS M.33. Take the waterbus to Gosport and explore Cold War submarine HMS Alliance. Enjoy an adventure-packed trip to Action Stations -train like a Royal Marine Commando or try the Ninja Force assault course, based on TV's popular Ninja Warrior series ' the first of its kind in the UK. Take a Harbour Tour to cruise around Portsmouth Harbour and see the ships of the modern Royal Navy. There's something for all ages at the Historic Dockyard. As part of this package you'll also receive a Harbour Tour with live commentary throughout. Your pass will be valid for up to 1 year from your first visit, so no need to cram it all in one day, or even one month. You can return again and again, enjoying all this incredible attraction has to offer over the course of a year - one you're sure to remember forever.
Need to Know
This experience allows two people entrance to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard for up to one year. Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is the only place in the world to see the Royal Navy through the ages, including glimpses of its future. Take the new visitor's route on board the world's most famous warship, HMS Victory and be one of the first to try the brand new audio guide as the drama of the battle of Trafalgar unfolds, deck-by-deck, hour by hour, when the ship sets sail from Portsmouth. Visit the Victorian powerhouse, HMS Warrior, as well as unique Gallipoli Campaign survivor - HMS M.33. And if that's not enough, get out onto the water with a harbour tour and use the water bus to get to the Gosport-based attractions. Submerse yourself in the only remaining Second World War-era submarine, HMS Alliance before visiting neighbouring Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower which tells the exciting story of naval warfare.