The city is propped up with a long list of pubs that have been built in the Victorian era.
From The Derby Tavern to The Eldon Arms and The King Street Tavern, the Victorian era has had a massive influence on the presentation of the city through the pubs that are beloved by locals.
Here are 16 of the oldest pubs in the city:
1. Portsmouth pubs
Here are some of the oldest pubs in Portsmouth. Photo: Google
2. The Derby Tavern
This pub can be found in Stamshaw Road, Stamshaw, and it dates from the late Victorian era. The popular venue has a Google rating of 4.6 and it has a selection of beers to choose from. Photo: Michael Scaddan
3. The Druid's Arms, Buckland
Located in Binsteed Road, Buckland, this is another of the Portsmouth pubs that dates back to the Victorian era. It has kept the same name since opening. Photo: CO
4. The Eastney Tavern
This pub in Cromwell Road, Eastney, dates back to the reign of Queen Vic and it has a Google rating of 4.4. The venue has been described as clean and friendly. Photo: Ian Hargreaves