Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is the perfect place to bring groups on an adventure. Whether you’re seeing the beautiful HMS Victory or going on a Harbour Tour for the first time, you need to know how to get here in the first place.
Our handy ‘how to get here’ guide lets you know the best way to travel to the dockyard. Whether you’re coming by coach or train, take a look at the best ways to get to us.
Travel by road
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is centrally located in the city and can be accessed by junction 12 of the M27. Follow the brown and white signs to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. It's less than 5 miles away from that junction.
Travel by train
Travelling by train couldn’t be easier as we’re only a short three minute walk from Portsmouth Harbour station. Most main line train providers service the station from London – so you shouldn’t have any issues locating one. Simply walk out of the station and turn right at the station exit. You should see HMS Warrior in front of you.
Walk to the end of Portsmouth Hard Interchange and turn left towards Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. You should see Victory Gate in front of you.
Coach drop off and collection point
The Historic Dockyard is located close to a drop off and collection point and is in easy walking distance. The drop off and collection point is located at Queen Street, 300 metres from our entrance. The coach parking areas are offsite and located at St George’s Road, Museum Road and D-Day Story coach park.
Separate parking for coaches and minibuses are available throughout the city. A combined price of £10 for the coach drop off/collection point and all day parking is also available.
Coach vouchers can be purchased when making your booking through the Groups Team or if you are purchasing your tickets online, coach vouchers are also available on the website.