Travel by Condor Ferries to Portsmouth
Located on the coast of Hampshire, Portsmouth offers miles of waterfront together with a mix of historical, cultural and sightseeing opportunities. A lively arts scene, fine dining and specialist shopping makes Portsmouth an ideal destination.
Family Fun & Local Attractions
Voted Visitor Attraction of the year for Tourism South East, the Blue Reef Aquarium houses sea life ranging from local marine species, to shoals of tropical fish in a gigantic ocean display, complete with underwater tunnel. The Pyramids Centre is a recreational area that allows you to escape to a unique water and tropical atmosphere. The complex houses an indoor swimming pool with a wave machine and waterslides.
Discover the world famous historic ships that have shaped British history at Portsmouth Dockyard – HMS Victory, the Mary Rose and HMS Warrior 1860. Home of the Royal Navy, other attractions include The Royal Naval Museum and the RN Submarine Museum.
Visit the home of Charles Dickens, preserved as a museum furnished in the style of 1809. The house includes an exhibition room displaying memorabilia and prints illustrating Dickens life and works.
There are two main eating areas in Portsmouth - the city centre and Gunwarf Quays. The city offers a complete range of fantastic eateries, from restaurants with panoramic views to intimate bistros, offering the full spectrum of international cuisine.
With a growing foodie scene, you are able to sample the culinary delights from all over the world, not just Fish and Chips.
Out & About
In the centre of Portsmouth, the Cascades Shopping Centre offers some great high street names. You can find some designer bargains with up to 70% off at Gunwarf Quays, where there are more than 90 designer outlet stores offering an incredible range of fashion and leisurewear, homeware and toys.
Portsmouth Tourism Website (Link opens in a new window)