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Portsmouth & Southsea Railway Station

Portsmouth & Southsea railway station is the main railway station in central Portsmouth in Hampshire, England. It is close to the Commercial Road shopping centre. The station was first opened on 14 June 1847. It was later renamed Portsmouth Town on 2 October 1876 to...

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The Queens Crown

Possibly the most striking feature of our beautiful hotel is the 14ft wide hand painted glass dome that sits approximately 23ft over the Lobby. The dome was designed and installed over the lounge at the time of the 1903 reconstruction to be the Queens crowning...

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Portsmouth Naval Memorial

Standing gloriously tall on the seafront is the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, which commemorates over 25,000 military personnel lost or buried at sea with no known graves. One of three memorials of its kind designed by Sir Robert Lorimer, all three are located on the seafront....

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Clarence Pier

Head to Clarence Pier for traditional seaside fun! This classic fun fair will inspire nostalgia in even the most hard-hearted person, featuring rides, three arcades, pirate mini-golf and a high-flying Sky Trail. The site proudly presents a rollercoaster (featured in a classic Mr Bean episode,...

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Blue Reef

Blue Reef Aquarium sits proudly on Southsea Seafront and boasts over 40 different displays and you don’t need to get wet here to explore the underwater world! However, if you do fancy a dip, Southsea Beach and the Solent is a stone’s throw away, with...

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South Parade Pier

South Parade Pier was built in 1875 and has continued to be a hub of activities in Southsea till this day. The pier has a diverse history – burning down three times, in 1904, 1966 and finally in 1974, during the filming of the movie...

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Southsea Castle

Southsea Castle has been a staple of our seafront since 1544 when it was constructed as part of Henry VIII’s coastal fortifications around England. The castle was barely finished when Henry VIII watched his flagship, the Mary Rose, sink off the Portsmouth Coast. Southsea Castle...

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Portsmouth D-Day Museum

Thinking of a day out by the seafront? Interested in history? Southsea is a perfect place for you! Come to immerse yourself where the D-Day boats were launched over 70 years on and see how both Portsmouth and the military worked together to successfully overthrow...

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Travel hover style on the fastest way to cross the Solent! Take a trip across to the beautiful Isle of Wight or go on a day trip to the hovercraft museum – accessed by hovercraft! Visit the only commercial passenger hovercraft in the UK –...

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Portsmouth City Museum

Portsmouth - the home of the Royal Navy, the historic port town and thriving city! There is a lot of history on this Island and what better way to learn about it than at the museum at the heart of it all! Situated in the...

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Portsmouth Guildhall

You wouldn’t have to look any further than the Guildhall if you want to experience culture in Portsmouth. This truly iconic building in the heart of Portsmouth has been home to many performers including Elton John, The Beach Boys, Miles Davis, Status Quo, AC/DC and...

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Gunwharf Quays

No trip to Portsmouth is complete without a visit to our world renowned premier shopping outlet – Gunwharf Quays. You’ll need to set aside a day to explore this shopping mall that offers stunning harbour views and a huge variety of restaurant and bars. Gunwharf...

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HMS Victory

HMS Victory is one of the most famous warships in history and it stands here in Portsmouth! This is the only surviving warship to have fought in the American War of Independence, The French Revolution and most famously The Napoleonic wars. Built in 1759, this...

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The Queens Hotel

Since 1865 a hotel has stood proudly on this site. Originally built in 1861 by local architect Augustus Livesay, Southsea House was first constructed as a large private home for Sir John and Lady Morris. The house was situated in an almost identical position to...

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COVID-19 Update

We are working on a plan to re-open The Queens Hotel by 17 May that ensures the safety of our staff and guests and we have completed a risk assessment in line with the latest advice.