The Mary Rose museum in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard has been included in The Guardian’s pick of ten of the best virtual travel experiences for 2021.
The article praises the project as one that is “guaranteed to fascinate budding young historians. The new interactive photosphere of the Mary Rose rotates 360 degrees along a walkway between the vessel’s wooden carcass and the artefacts that were found with the 16th-century wreck – and provides a good second-best to visiting in person. The Mary Rose Museum holds the largest collection of Tudor artefacts of its kind in the world and the photosphere lays out all the key discoveries from Henry VIII’s favourite warship through rotating clickable icons.”
You can take the virtual tour here