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History Museum
“This was one of my best days out ever. I always wanted to go in a submarine and you really gets to see how cramped it must have been in a submarine.”
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History Museum
“Explosion! is the Museum of Naval Firepower situated in the former Royal Naval Armaments Depot at Priddy's Hard, in Gosport, Hampshire, England. It now forms part of the National Museum of the Royal Navy. The Museum includes a wide variety of exhibits ranging from the 18th Century to the present day. These range in size from small arms, to missiles and missile launching systems, as well as complete gun turrets. Exhibits range from the Victorian RBL 20 pounder Armstrong gun through to the Second World War QF 4 inch Mk XVI naval gun. Post-war missile systems include the Exocet missile and launcher and Sea Dart missile. Modern weapons are represented in the Sea Wolf missile system and 4.5 inch Mark 8 naval gun. The weapons cover all aspects of Naval warfare from surface to surface, air to surface, surface to air and sub-surface weapons systems, including mines and torpedoes. The museum has a waterside coffee shop which looks out on to the original 18th-century camber dock.”
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Route
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Båd eller færge
“Great ferry to take you across Portsmouth Harbour in only a few minutes directly to Gunwharf Quays or Portsmouth and Southsea train station, where you can catch another ferry to the Isle of Wight. See whatever naval boats are in the harbour on the way!”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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Point of Interest
“It provides the perfect setting for a relaxed, fun, historic day out. The castle’s commanding location has made it a major factor in the Solent's defences for hundreds of years. The most impressive and best-preserved of the Roman 'Saxon Shore' forts, Portchester Castle was originally built in the late 3rd century. An exhibition in the keep interprets the history of the castle and Portchester village, and displays finds excavated on site. The inclusive audio tour explains life in the castle over the centuries. ”
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Restaurant
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“Located at Haslar Marina Hardy's is popular with the sailing fraternity. The food is good and portions generous. They have a small bar area for drinks and snacks.”
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Point of Interest
Museum
“The Diving Museum covers all aspects of diving from underwater sports and spear fishing to military, commercial and scientific research diving. We also have an outdoor display of large exhibits including world record-breaking diving chambers and bells and even the world’s first ‘transfer-under-pressure” diving bell. We have a special display dedicated to Gosport’s important role in diving research. For the kids there are trails and quizzes, ‘dress the diver’, ‘sink the penny diver’, colouring-in and lots more! The Diving Museum is housed in a Napoleonic Battery built in 1860. The building is itself an attraction with a fascinating history leading from Victorian times through two world wars and as a nuclear shelter in the cold war.”
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Restaurant
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Cafe
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Restaurant
“Freshly served food within a family run Chinese restaurant, the all you can eat buffet won't leave you feeling hungry at great prices.”
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Point of Interest
“Little Woodham, also known as "The Living History Village of Little Woodham" or "The Seventeenth Century Village", is a living museum dedicated to recreating life in a rural village in the mid-17th century. It is situated in ancient woodland in Rowner, on the Gosport peninsula, Hampshire. The hamlet of Little Woodham was initially created in 1984 as a temporary reenactment of village life on the eve of the English Civil War by members of The English Civil War Society as part of their enactment of the fictional Battle Of Stokes Bay. Following this, Society volunteers continued the exhibition during the summers of 1984 and 1985. When the English Civil War Society announced they would be unable to continue, local residents formed the Gosport Living History Society to take over the running of the village to preserve it as an educational resource and tourist attraction. The Gosport Borough Council provided much of the financing and administration until 1995 when the Gosport Living History Society became a registered charity and took on sole responsibility for funding and administration, and in 2007, Little Woodham won the "Best Leisure & Tourism Venue" in the "Go Gosport". Little Woodham has the only 17th Century replica pottery kiln in the world, carefully reconstructed using the same materials and techniques. It was fired for the first time in 2015 and has been fired each year since with all the pottery made using the kick wheel turntable in the 17th Century Pottery. The 17th Century coal forge was recreated using evidence gathered from an archaeological dig of a *seventeenth-century blacksmith shop at Ferryland, Newfoundland (built 1622) and from various *paintings and etchings from the period. Although the forge is a recreation, the artefacts anvils and tools used in the forge are hundreds of years old, so the sounds and smell of the coal forge is as close as you will ever get to being in a forge in the 17th century. 17th century coal forge and English 5th foot anvil Little Woodham also run frequent 17th-Century Forge Experience days for visitors to spend a day working in the 17th Century coal forge, guided by Little Woodham's blacksmith to recreate 17th-century iron work and learning traditional techniques and skills using steel and wrought iron, and look at the real 17th-century examples. There are a number of other trades and crafts throughout the village, including weavers and wool dyers, a wood turner, button maker, apothecarist, scribe, trickster and barber surgeon and many more.”
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