Events and activities

What's on at The Mary Rose

The Many Faces of Tudor England 18 Mar - 31 Dec 2019
Tudor England - As you never expected it!

Just who were the men of the Mary Rose?

Discover a whole new view of Henry VIII’s navy with our exciting exhibition, using the latest scientific and genealogical research to show us who the men of the Mary Rose really were. 

You’ll never look at Tudor England the same...

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Mother's Day at the Mary Rose 30 Mar - 31 Mar 2019
Make a treat for your mum this Mother's Day

Henry VIII loved his mum, so visitors this Mother’s Day can create their own cards inspired by the collection and even make perfumed scent bags as a gift for mum, and the king himself will be around to talk about his mother, Elizabeth of York!

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Totally Tudor - Meet the Crew 06 Apr - 21 Apr 2019
This Easter discover the evidence behind who the crew of the Mary Rose were.

Who crewed the Mary Rose?

This Easter come to The Mary Rose and meet members of Henry VIII’s crew – the surgeon will tell gruesome tales of amputations and sickness at sea, the carpenter will show how he kept the Mary Rose ship-shape, and discover what the men ate with...

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Relaxed Opening at the Mary Rose 19 Apr - 19 Apr 2019
19th April 2019

The environment within the Mary Rose is designed to create a stunning atmosphere and display, as well as helping protect the delicate collection of artefacts within the gallery showcases. However, we understand that visitors with a visual impairment or those with other medical and physical conditions, such as autism or...

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Meet the Master Chef 04 May - 06 May 2019
Totally Tudor - Meet the Master Chef

Ever wondered what Tudor sailors ate? Or how a ship’s cook fed a huge crew on the high seas?

Come to The Mary Rose this half term to see its fiery new programme of Totally Tudor activities and meet the Tudor chefs working on a replica kitchen of...

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14th ICOM-CC Wet Organic Archaeological Materials Working Group Conference 20 May - 24 May 2019
#WOAM2019

The Working Group Wet Organic Archaeological Materials (WOAM) is concerned with the degradation and conservation of organic archaeological objects found in fresh or salt water, or during excavation of wetland or damp sites. The group is also working with in-situ conservation, reburial, and site surveys, as well as post-conservation treatments...

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