The Many Faces of Tudor England
18th March – 31st December 2019
The Mary Rose Museum Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
Were the crew of the Mary Rose white Englishmen or did diversity reign on board Henry VIII’s favourite warship?
The Mary Rose is delighted to present The Many Faces of Tudor England exhibition which explores the latest scientific and genealogical findings into the crew of the Mary Rose. Held from 18 March – 31 December 2019, the display is in dialogue with the new documentary Skeletons of the Mary Rose: The New Evidence, part of the award-winning series Secret Histories. The hour-long show which first aired on Channel 4 at 8pm on 17 March is currently available through on demand services.
Through interactive screens, documentary footage, print material and a reproduction of an intriguing crew member nicknamed Henry – the exhibition helps us answer important questions about the crew. What did they look like? Where were they born and what was their genetic heritage?
Portsmouth residents can currently save 50% of ticket prices until the end of March and the tickets will be valid for unlimited visits for 12 months!