Why not visit

  • Mary Rose Museum – All year round (33 mins) - A fascinating look at the Tudor warship sunk in 1545 and raised from the depths in 1982
  • Eastoke Corner Beach – All year round (14 mins walk) - Incredible views from an unspoilt shingle beach that even has its own little railway
  • Portsmouth with Gunwharf Quays - take a stroll around the shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes located on this historical quay
  • Chicester - Visit Chicester and explore the local museum, cathedral, shops and cafes in this beautiful fishing village
  • Fishbourne Roman Palace - Explore the Roman Palace, the large palace was built in the 1st century AD, around thirty years after the Roman conquest of Britain
  • Portsmouth Historic Docks - Home of three historic British warships: Henry VII's doomed flagship Mary Rose, Nelson's flagship HMS Victory, and the world's first iron battleship, HMS Warrior
  • Spinnaker Tower - Standing at the gateway to Portsmouth's historic harbour,170m Emirates Spinnaker Tower is one of the tallest viewing towers in England outside of London
  • D-Day Museum - Portsmouth's D-Day Museum is Britain's only museum dedicated solely to covering all aspects of the D-Day landings in Normandy, France, on 6 June 1944.