The Best Landmark in Portsmouth

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Portsmouth, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Clarence Esplanade, Portsmouth PO5 3PA

Since 1544

Castle, Tourist Attraction, Events, Historical Place, Landmarks, The Courtyard Cafe, Wedding, Education and Group Programs, Children Programs, Exhibition, Workshop, Collections, Group Visits, School Visits & Gift Shop

Free admission for all visitors - It was built as a consequence of international tensions between England, France and the Holy Roman Empire in the final years of the reign of King Henry VIII

Tue - Sun & Bank Holiday (Mon) 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon Closed

Spend a lot of time down southsea and surrounding areas however this was a 1st visit. Very well kept and interesting. They do wedding services and looking at the pictures it looks idilic The lady in shop (i think maybe the manager ) was most helpful and friendly Told me about a previous vistor who was there the day before when they had a storm. He was made up as he always wanted to be in an english mans castle in a storm he certainly got his wish. Found this a very good visit.

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Henderson Road, Eastney, Portsmouth PO4 9JF

Since 1887

Museum, House, Landmark, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Educational Programs, Schools/Colleges Programs, Events & Shop

Free Admission - It is a Grade II -listed Victorian engine house - It contains two 150 hp James Watt & Co. beam engines - The pumps were built as part of a plan to improve Portsmouth's sewage system

Mon - Sun 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

It's an interesting visit, free entry which makes it excellent value. We weren't there for very long but an interesting side to Portsmouth' history.
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Guildhall Square, Portsmouth PO1 2AB

Since 1890

Landmarks, Historical Place, Concerts, Weddings, Shows, Events, Conference Venue, Special Occasions, Venue Hire, Civic Town Hall, Bell Tower, Cafe, Art Galleries, Meeting Rooms & Business Lounge

The building was designed in the neo-classical style by architect William Hill - The main hall has a standing capacity of up to 2,500 for concerts, whilst other rooms can accommodate up to 500 people for weddings or banquets

Registration 1153358

Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Sun Closed

Myself and a friend attended the Judas Priest and Temple of Rock concert at the Guildhall. The bands were fantastic as the auditorium acoustics are excellent. The guildhall is well set up, with a bar, coffee shop, and an excellent helpful lady on reception. My friend had a replacement knee op a few weeks ago so was concerned about seating. The lady in reception went out of her way to find us a good seat. There are lots of toilets dotted about the building, and lifts available to get about.

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