Silver prize for Mary Rose

ACCOLADE From left, head of operations Paul Griffiths, head of learning Mary Kinoulty and  science education officer Amy Seadon collect their Silver Award
ACCOLADE From left, head of operations Paul Griffiths, head of learning Mary Kinoulty and science education officer Amy Seadon collect their Silver Award
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THE Mary Rose Museum has been handed a prize at the British Youth Travel Awards.

The Portsmouth attraction, which opened earlier in the year, was given a silver award for best education product.

The awards recognise the best organisations in the county that are engaged in youth, student and educational travel.

The museum was the highest-placed visitor attraction.

Paul Griffiths, head of operations at the museum, said: ‘It’s been such a fantastic week for us all at the museum.

‘I’m incredibly proud of our team here.’

More than 150 schools have visited the museum since it opened in May.

Children and young people can learn about the history of the ship, as well as how it was preserved.