Portsmouth Historic dockyard tickets for £44 @ Picniq
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Portsmouth Historic dockyard tickets for £44 @ Picniq

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Found 29th Aug 2017
45% off from tickets. Valid for one year. Most of the attractions included.
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    monkeyhanger755 h, 11 m ago

    The only reason to be in Portsmouth...

    Yep - if you don't like the beach, seafront, football, eating and drinking, or ferries to Europe
    monkeyhanger756 m ago

    My sister lives there - it is a scruffy crime-ridden dump. It is the …My sister lives there - it is a scruffy crime-ridden dump. It is the Billingham of the South.


    She lives in the dockyard? Tell her to get a proper home.
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    Great place to visit, young and old x
    why someone need it for 1 year?
    fLiPeR21 m ago

    why someone need it for 1 year?


    Perhaps you don't want to visit all 10 attractions in 1 day?
    fLiPeR1 h, 21 m ago

    why someone need it for 1 year?


    They might be a bit slow
    The only reason to be in Portsmouth...
    fLiPeR7 h, 50 m ago

    why someone need it for 1 year?


    We had a year pass and the kids loved going back there, plenty to do for them, plus I believe it lets you in to a few other attractions aswell.
    Worth it just to see the new Mary Rose museum. They have done a fantastic job displaying the wreck and the way you view it from different levels. There are lots of other ships to see including the Victory and Warrior and currently you get to see the new uber sized aircraft carrier moored too
    If you are visiting a good idea is to go by train to Portsmouth Harbour as the station is right at the entrance to the dockyard and saves the hassle of parking
    Great find OP
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    monkeyhanger755 h, 11 m ago

    The only reason to be in Portsmouth...

    Yep - if you don't like the beach, seafront, football, eating and drinking, or ferries to Europe
    fLiPeR13 h, 29 m ago

    why someone need it for 1 year?


    There is so much to see and do there. I went with my kids three times over a week and didn't see everything. Would definitely go back again too!!
    My sister lives there - it is a scruffy crime-ridden dump. It os the Billingham of the South.
    My sister lives there - it is a scruffy crime-ridden dump. It is the Billingham of the South.
    monkeyhanger756 m ago

    My sister lives there - it is a scruffy crime-ridden dump. It is the …My sister lives there - it is a scruffy crime-ridden dump. It is the Billingham of the South.


    She lives in the dockyard? Tell her to get a proper home.
    Also available on travelzoo who have a 6% Top Cashback offer for new customers.
    dealsukhot12 h, 1 m ago

    She lives in the dockyard? Tell her to get a proper home.


    I frequently do tell her to move, she lives in one of the "nicer" areas of Portsmouth (which doesn't set the bar too high).
    Probably one of the best value days out
    monkeyhanger751 h, 50 m ago

    I frequently do tell her to move, she lives in one of the "nicer" areas of …I frequently do tell her to move, she lives in one of the "nicer" areas of Portsmouth (which doesn't set the bar too high).

    ​i'm glad you're not my sister.
    Thx @mattmathanga and @kerridge0, seems like a great deal. Went via TCB and travelzoo.
    Its great, I think Portsmouth is a dump, the Dockyard is a real Jewel though, climbing walls/Marine Climbing walls for the kids, that alone keeps mine occupied. The Submarine at Gosport,Mary Rose, Victory,Boat building Warehouse the attractions are endless, my kids have the years ticket for the second year running...£44 for unlimited visits !!! Anyone who moans about that would moan about anything!
    £19.25 at Travelzoo? Is that the same ticket? Thinking of visiting the dockyard but want to make sure I get the most out of a couple of days there.
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