With close proximity to Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight, Napoleonic Fortress offers guests a choice of fantastic shops, exhilarating activities and mouth watering restaurants.
Gunwharf Quays is home to over 95 designer outlets and more than 30 bars and restaurants. The South Coast's premier shopping venue also boasts a fantastic 14 screen cinema and 26 lane bowling alley.
The Portsmouth Historic Dockyard shows over 800 years of naval history, and there is lots to see including the HMS Victory, HMS Warrior and the Mary Rose Museum.
The D-Day Museum is Britain’s only museum dedicated solely to covering all aspects of the D-Day landings in Normandy, France, on 6 June 1944.
The Portsmouth City Museum is the museum of and for the people of Portsmouth. There are temporary exhibition galleries, which have a frequently changing parade of fascinating shows on a wide range of subjects.
The Kings Theatre is an elegant Edwardian Playhouse in Southsea, Portsmouth showcasing Drama, Musical Theatre, Comedy, Rock n Roll, Classic Rock, Children's Shows, Soul, Motown, Pop, Folk Music, Jazz, Swing, Big Band, Ballet, Opera, Dance, Spoken Word, Alternative, Burlesque, Supernatural, and Clairvoyants plus much more.
Isle of Wight
The nearby towns of Ryde and Cowes offer a host of dining and entertainment centres and are accessible by boat. Guests coming from overseas will find a trip to the Isle of Wight is highly recommended.
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