Museums in Portsmouth You Need To Visit This Year

There’s so much to do and see in Portsmouth you might not have the time to get through all the amenities and attractions in a short time frame. Portsmouth has a lot of museums to see so let’s find out the ones you need to visit.

1. Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

This is a must see attraction. Immerse yourself in the naval history of the Portsmouth Dockyard. Check out Nelson’s HMS Victory and many other museums on site that this attraction has to offer.

2. D-Day Museum

D-Day Museum

D-Day was one of the defining moments of WW2.  This museum pays tribute to Operation Overlord during that day in Normandy. It was opened in 1984 and hosts lots of historic artefacts of the war. 

3. Charles Dickens’ Birthplace

Charles Dickens’ Birthplace

This is where world famous British author Charles Dickens was born. The museum has preserved this home in the same way it was back in1812. 

4. Trafalgar Experience

Trafalgar Experience

The Trafalgar multimedia experience tells the story of this famous battle and the stories of the people who fought in it and were affected by it back in 1805. The attraction has four sections; The Briefing Room, The Gun Deck, The Cockpit and W.L Wyllies Panorama.  

5. Southsea Model Village

Southsea Model Village

This is a great day out for all the family. Take an adventure inside this three acre landscaped garden and take in the Victorian fort, the large scale garden railway, the small toy museum and much more.

Portsmouth has a lot more to it than just its port and pubs,it’s got a wealth of history too with its wealth of museums. Plan a day out here and visit the great museums that this place has to offer. 

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard D-Day Museum Charles Dickens’ Birthplace Trafalgar Experience Southsea Model Village