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What’s On

We have a lively programme of family friendly events every year. We make sure we have something for everyone from toddlers to seniors. Our evening events are a chance to enjoy a social evening in the museum at night with entertaining talks, quizzes and even murder mystery suppers.

Raising the Kursk

Raising the Kursk

Saturday 11/Jul/2020

An evening talk by Mike O’Meara who was a member of the British team that was invited to assist with negotiations and planning the salvage of the stricken submarine.

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RIDE & DIVE SUNDAY

RIDE & DIVE SUNDAY

Sunday 16/Aug/2020

A free bus ride, discounted entry to the museum and a half price cuppa – that’s a triple summer treat!

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Death in the Afternoon

Death in the Afternoon

FROM Friday 11/Sep/2020

TO Friday 18/Sep/2020

In 1854 a young man died on Browndown beach, just yards from the museum. He was most probably the last Englishman to die on English soil as the result of a duel. What drove them to fight? What happened next? John Mullen tells the tale (part of Gosport’s Heritage Open Days programme).

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Shipwrecks of the World

Shipwrecks of the World

Saturday 12/Sep/2020

Every shipwreck is a tragedy, each with a unique story to tell. Richard Jones’ talk will focus on some significant, and some forgotten wrecks and his mission to commemorate their victims.

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No Room for Error – The Thai Cave Rescue

No Room for Error – The Thai Cave Rescue

Saturday 03/Oct/2020

“How many are you?” “Thirteen”. The famous exchange between two British Cave Divers and 13 young Thai men trapped in a flooded cave, and the launch of one of the most remarkable rescues in history.

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