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Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is part of the local legacy of naval development. The dockyard features numerous historical ships and buildings, all available to be visited by tourists in organized tours. In this way, visitors to Portsmouth can make sure that they have fully understood and seen the foundation and identity of the city.
Southsea Castle is a strong fortification establishment built by Henry VIII, in 1544. It is one of Portsmouth most famous attractions, due to its symbolical status. The Southsea Castle can be explored in guided tours that will take you through all the rooms and passages, and all the secret gates and ways. It is a good opportunity to admire traditional architecture and to be a part of the history of the United Kingdom. Great parking for your hire car too.
The New Theater Royal was built initially in 1854 and rebuilt twice (in 1884 and in 1900), in Victorian style. It is one of the most reputed theaters in Portsmouth and a very acclaimed artistic building. The theater usually features performances of classical and modern plays and avant-garde drama. It is a chance to experience well played English theater at its true form and value.
The Mary Rose Museum is dedicated to The Mary Rose ship, which belonged to Henry VIII and was one of the most famous battle ships. The museum, located on the coastal area of Portsmouth, features artifacts from and related to the ship and its history. The actual ship has been placed under restoration and shall be revealed when it is finished. Until then, visitors can enjoy its image in the museum. Bet you won't find any of VroomVroomVroom's hire cars in there!
The Birthplace of Charles Dickens, one of the greatest and certainly the most enduring English novelists and writers, was born in Portsmouth on 7th February 1812, at 1 Mile End Terrace, Landport, Portsea, now known as 393 Old Commercial Road, Portsmouth.
If you visit the Dickens Birthplace museum you will see the bedroom where he was born and read more about Charles Dickens and the museum.