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When this museum was opened, it was a fantastic place to visit, and kids loved it as there was a training course for them to use. Now the museum is being relocated to the HMS Dockyard sometime next year. Not really good as Eastney was...More
Highly recommend visiting the Royal Marines Museum building and gardens in Eastney, Portsmouth - even if the museum itself is closed pending its total contents’ move to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard being completed - to view imposing architecture, lovely gardens, and war memorials.
We married here last year and can honestly say it is a fantastic venue. Fantastic rooms, beautiful setting and so much history. The Minstrels Gallery for the wedding ceremony was so classy and distinctive, the Mountbatten Room looked superb and best off all the guests...More
Unfortunately the museum is now closed but this was a fantastic venue for our companies xmas do.
The decor is grand and made the event that much more special.
The staff on hand were amazing.
The food was exceptional and I noticed that all the...More
The museum is currently closed until 2020 when it will reopen inside the historic dockyard. The original home for the museum at Eastney is due to be redeveloped, so for the time being there is NO RM Museum
Situated at the far end of Southsea Seafront. Left of the Pier the entrance has large Statue of Royal Marine. Large building holds many items tracking the marines history. What was once barracks is now private housing. They do hold events so check for Days...More
We visited the museum and spent a great afternoon walking around. The medal room is particularly interesting and the stories of the people to who they were awarded is fantastic. Hurry and see the museum in it's current location at the east end of southsea...More
Would have liked to have gone here, as my father was in the Royal Marines.Unfortunately is was closed. It is going to re-open at sometime at the Dockyard ,so hopefully I will be able to go there when it has moved.
Everything you ever wanted to know about the Royal Marines, from their origins to present day. Excellent presentations with a mix of facts to read & artifacts & equipment on display.
I'd recommend to anyone with even a minor interest.
Small shop selling...More
Bought a adult pass at the historic dockyard which covered entry to Royal Marines museum and other attractions well worth buying I felt it was £33 adult ..disabled £23 ...carer goes free hope helpful sorry for late reply 😊