Summer is finally here! At Yeomans Nissan, we are lucky enough to be located in some of the best parts of the South Coast, which is why we have put together a helpful guide on the best places to visit in our local areas. This week, we are exploring our favourite places in Portsmouth...
The Mary Rose Museum is home to the famous King Henry VIII's Mary Rose alongside the thousands of artefacts that were recovered from the Solent. Built between 1509 and 1511, the Mary Rose was one of the first ships to fire broadside but accidentally sank during an engagement with the French fleet in 1545 after a long and successful career.
The Mary Rose is now fully on display for the public to see after a 34-year conservation project.
Head down to the Emirates Spinnaker Tower Portsmouth and experience a bird's-eye view over the Portsmouth harbour and the English Channel. Ride elevators to the observation decks and gaze the incredible, 360-degree views as you learn about the sights via interactive touchscreen.
Step onto the Sky Walk glass floor and stand 328 feet (100 metres) above the waves below. Relax at the cafe, then visit the open-air Sky Deck to enjoy the thrilling views and the wind in your hair!
Get to grips with your history and learn about the HMS Victory best known for her role in the Battle of Trafalgar. It is situated in Portsmouth Dockyard that opens at 10am everyday throughout the year excluding the Christmas holidays.
You can always dine in style on board the HMS Victory as you discover the Victorian splendour.
The Kings Theatre is an absolute favourite that is full of a range of shows to suit everyone. It is perfect for a family day out at a stunning theatre or even add it to finish off your trip with some entertainment down the coast.
Check out the real live action 'exit game' for groups of people between three and six where you are locked in a room until all of the solved hidden clues are complete! This is ideal for team building exercises for work or even a fun day out with either family or friends!
Discover more about your history with the national collection of artillery at Fort Nelson. Explore secret underground tunnels, ammunition bunkers, outer fortifications and 19 acres of ramparts at this fully restored Victorian fort.
There are plenty of things to do here and events so head down and be entertained!
And that's our list! Why not pop in and see us at 1 Elettra Avenue on your way to one of these amazing day outs? Call our team on 02392 008497 to let us know you're coming and we'll get the kettle on!