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Such a great museum with lots to see and interact with. I especially love the retro games room, and I could easily lose myself for a few hours playing on all the consoles.Friendly staff and very clean also.
I very much enjoyed my visit to this museum. It is free to enter with free parking and is a lovely way to spend a few hours. Having been a resident of Portsmouth for most of my life I found it very interesting to see...More
This museum is free to enter and has free parking, an ideal combination if you are looking to pass an enjoyable couple of hours.
When I visited the museum it had a great combination of displays. There were interesting sections on Sir Conan Doyle and...More
This might be the worst Museum that I have ever been into . Mostly its wall charts galore . These could be anywhere ! The building is dimly lit . Children run around unattended ... shrieking and doing what they like .
They proudly display...More
Love it. To anyone who grew up in Portsmouth you just have to go and see things you will remember from your youth. For those who grew up elsewhere still plenty to see, including room settings from the 50's to name but one. A lovely...More
It is a small museum with some history and items about Portsmouth area. It has a limited collection of items and some history of Portsmouth mostly in 19th and 20th century. I expected to see more and in deep histoy of the area though enjoyed...More
This excellent museum celebrates the city of Portsmouth from it's beginnings right to the present day. There's also a brilliant section of the museum dedicated to Sherlock Holmes whose writer Conan Doyle lived in the city. What really made me happy was the incredible retro...More
Located in an old imposing building (whose main entrance, interestingly enough, is at the back of the museum), the staff does quite an amazing job with the means at their disposal. Next to the material depicting the history and development of the city, currently there...More