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Blue Reef Aquarium - Portsmouth - more info »

Clarence Esplanade, Southsea, , PO5 3PB
Blue Reef takes you on an undersea journey through the world's rivers and oceans.


Clarence Pier Amusement Park - more info »

Billy Manning Ltd Clarence Pier, Southsea, , PO5 3AA
Large amusement pier with 18 rides and attractions. Three indoor entertainment complexes. Restaurant with children's indoor adventure playground.


Natural History Museum Southsea - more info »

Cumberland House Eastern Parade, Southsea, , PO4 9RF
Wildlife dioramas and geology of the Portsmouth area and full size reconstruction of Dinosaur `Iguanodon' and other fossil remains.


Royal Marines Museum - more info »

Eastney Esplanade, Southsea, , PO4 9PX
History of Royal Marines 1664 to present day. Jungle and trench warfare sight and sound exhibitions. D-Day, Falklands' cinemas and supporting exhibitions.


Southsea Castle - more info »

Clarence Esplanade Southsea, Portsmouth, , PO5 3PA
Henry VIII built Southsea Castle in 1544 as part of a coastal defence system to defend England from attack. There is the amazing `Time Tunnel' experience.


Southsea Model Village - more info »

Lumps Fort Eastney Esplanade, Southsea, , PO4 9RU
A 1/12th scale model village. Forty miniature buildings, houses, forts and castles.`G' scale garden railway.


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Blue Reef Aquarium - Portsmouth
Clarence Esplanade
Southsea

PO5 3PB
02392 875222
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Clarence Pier Amusement Park
Billy Manning Ltd Clarence Pier
Southsea

PO5 3AA
023 9282 1455
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Natural History Museum Southsea
Cumberland House Eastern Parade
Southsea

PO4 9RF
(023) 9282 7261
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Royal Marines Museum
Eastney Esplanade
Southsea

PO4 9PX
(023) 9281 9385
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Southsea Castle
Clarence Esplanade Southsea
Portsmouth

PO5 3PA
(023) 9282 7261
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Southsea Model Village
Lumps Fort Eastney Esplanade
Southsea

PO4 9RU
(023) 9229 4706




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