Best attractions in Portsmouth

These are 16 of the best attractions to visit during Easter holiday in Portsmouth

PORTSMOUTH is a city packed full of great attractions to visit during school holidays. 

If you are looking for way to keep your little ones, and not so little ones, entertained over the Easter break, why not try visiting these 16 places. They are some of the best in the city according to TripAdvisor.

The Mary Rose has been named Britain's best buried treasure

1. Mary Rose Museum

The Mary Rose has been named Britain's best buried treasure
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The famous ship from the Battle of Trafalgar where Admiral Nelson was fatal shot during the victory in the Napoleonic Wars. She now calls the Historic Dockyard home. It has a 4.5 star rating on TripAdvisor based on 2,996 reviews.

2. HMS Victory

The famous ship from the Battle of Trafalgar where Admiral Nelson was fatal shot during the victory in the Napoleonic Wars. She now calls the Historic Dockyard home. It has a 4.5 star rating on TripAdvisor based on 2,996 reviews.
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The Dickens Christmas Festival transforms the historic dockyard into a celebration of Victorian festivities. The city centre also has its own Christmas market throughout December.

3. X is for Xmas markets

The Dickens Christmas Festival transforms the historic dockyard into a celebration of Victorian festivities. The city centre also has its own Christmas market throughout December.
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One of the first British iron-hulled warships which was built between 18591861, HMS Warrior is one of the main attractions at the Historic Dockyard. She has a 4.5 star rating based on 2,245 reviews on TripAdvisor.

4. HMS Warrior 1860

One of the first British iron-hulled warships which was built between 18591861, HMS Warrior is one of the main attractions at the Historic Dockyard. She has a 4.5 star rating based on 2,245 reviews on TripAdvisor.
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