Travel back in time for a magical Christmas filled with delicious festive food and drink, set against the evocatively-lit hull of the Mary Rose.
Henry VIII was one of the few people to eat turkey with his Christmas meal after its introduction in 1523, as only the wealthiest could afford this delicious treat. Today, guests can enjoy traditional turkey with all the trimmings, or choose from a menu created from high-quality, locally-sourced ingredients. Enjoy a festive drink on our stunning Bridge Balcony before heading to our spacious Admiral’s Gallery for a night of food, wine and dancing – all while surrounded by unique artefacts. Available for Christmas parties of between 40 to 100 guests, you will have exclusive access to all three floors of the museum from 6pm, and expert guides will host private tours to give a fascinating insight into the story of the ship and her crew.