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The MaryRoseMuseum is in the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, home of the Royal Navy. It is one of the dockyard's six historic attractions, which also include visits to the HMS Victory and Queen Victoria's Ironclad, the HMS Warrior.
The relics from the MaryRose, the flagship of England's navy when it sank in 1545 as a heartbroken king Henry VIII watched from the shore, have finally been reunited with the famous wreck in a new museum offering a view of life in Tudor times.
17.05.2012 [BBC News] - The MaryRose was one of the earliest ships to carry heavy guns. She was a favourite of King Henry VIII and sank off Show more… Portsmouth in 1545 during an engagement with a French invasion fleet, in full view of the King, the screams of the men
27.04.2012 [Archinect] - All have been shaped – literally as well as metaphorically – by their seafaring pasts — Guardian Steve Rose writes about a trio of museums celebrating Britain's nautical history; The Cutty Sark conservation project, the MaryRoseMuseum and
23.04.2012 [The Guardian] - Meanwhile, the MaryRoseMuseum is due to open in Portsmouth next year; this is dedicated to Henry VIII's flagship, raised from the Solent in 1982, having sunk nearly half a millennium earlier. The Cutty Sark's prolonged overhaul took on a different
06.12.2013 - the new MaryRosemuseum in Portsmouth This is the name used by Tourism South East to describe the tourism awards that […] which is where the new MaryRosemuseum is located and a silver award with the Spinnaker Tower . The other silver winner
Previously unseen artefacts recovered from Henry VIII’s flagship have been revealed by the MaryRose Trust to launch its first ever public appeal to help fund an ambitious new £35 million museum project...