SEAHA partner the Mary Rose Museum has celebrated it’s reopening following a £5.4 million revamp. The Mary Rose Museum, located in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, has two SEAHA doctoral Studentships and opened in 2013. The Tudor warship will now be visible through floor to ceiling windows and a balcony. Speaking on the day of the reopening to the public, Dr Eleanor Schofield, Head of Conservation and Collections Care at the Museum, said: “After over three decades of conservation, it is fabulous to now see the ship on full display for the public to enjoy” For more information about the Museum and it’s reopening please click here.
Header image: Stephen Foote, Mary Rose Trust.