Tickets

Tickets are available at the door or you can buy tickets online.

Visitor Charge
Adult standard charge £10.00
Senior standard charge £8.00
Child and student standard charge
(aged 5 up to 17)
£5.00
Family ticket
(up to 2 adults and up to 3 children)
£25.00
Children under 5 Free

Buy tickets online

Concessions  Charge
Disabled adult visitor* £8.00
Disabled senior visitor* £6.40
Disabled child visitor* £4.00
(2 for 1 – personal assistant/carer of the visitor receives a free ticket)
Portsmouth Leisure card 40% discount
on full price
Veterans of the Second World War Free
Serving members of the Armed Forces £8.00

Buy tickets online

Group discounts Charge
Adult group rate
(groups of 15 or more)
£8.50
Senior group rate
(groups of 15 or more)
£6.80
Child group rate
(not as part of school/formal education visit, eg scouts, guides, language schools – groups of 15 or more)
£4.25
School and formal education group rate
(schools, colleges, universities)
£3.65
Joint group tickets to The D-Day Story and Mary Rose Museum Charge
Adult £20.55
Child £10.20
Concession £17.15
Student £17.15

To book joint group tickets, or for more information, please call 02392 812931 or email groups@maryrose.org.

Annual pass

All standard and disabled tickets can be converted at the museum to an annual pass for a fee of £2.00 adults, £1.50 seniors, £1.00 children and £5 family, subject to terms and conditions.

Child ticket

Visitors aged 5 up to aged 17 inclusive

Group rates

Groups of 15 or more qualify for the group rate.

Guided tours can be purchased for an additional cost.

Child group rate applies to non-formal education groups e.g. language schools, scouts, guides etc

Make a group booking enquiry online

Family ticket

Up to 2 x adults and up to 3 x children.

Please note – As The D-Day Story is within the grounds of Victorious Festival, the museum will not be open to those without a valid Victorious Festival ticket whilst the event is taking place (24th-26th August).

National Lottery #ThanksToYou

The D-Day Story received just under £5 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund, which went made the museum’s recent transformation possible. This money enabled us to better tell the story of those that were there on 6th June 1944, through over 500 personal items, historic artefacts and accounts.

To say thanks those who helped make this happen, The D-Day Story will be throwing open its doors for free to National Lottery players on Thursday 6 and Sunday 9 December. We are one of hundreds of participating National Lottery-funded visitor attractions across the UK saying thanks to people who have raised money for good causes by buying a lottery ticket.

Any visitor who presents a National Lottery ticket on Thursday 6 or Sunday 9 December gets entry to The D-Day Story in return.

Maximum of one redemption per person, over 16’s only.