The gateway around the dockyard can get a little busy at peak times but the queues move along relatively quickly so persevere as it is well worth a visit with attractions that you will see nowhere else. The entry price can initially seem a little steep until you realise that it allows entry for 12 months. Whilst I appreciate that for most people they will probably have one stay in the area in that period but it is still handy to know that you don't have to do everything in one day. Given the fact that two of the attractions are on the Gosport side of the harbour (with a ferry trip included in the price involved) then this is a distinct advantage.
I last visited the Victory over 25 years ago and the age has not diminished it as it is still a special site and the new Mary Rose museum is a massive improvement on what had been there before.
My own kids are now adults so did not try the kiddies area so cannot comment on that but an novel experience with a pub and a fish and chip shop just outside the gates who could ask for more?
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