Discover Gosport For Lots Of Fun Things To See And Do In Gosport, Hampshire And On The South Coast

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Upcoming Events

Ebb & Flow Exhibition - Tue, Jul 22nd, 2014 - 10:00am
P1 Grand Prix of the Sea - Sat, Sep 6th, 2014 - 12:00pm
National Windsurfing Championships - Sat, Oct 4th, 2014 - 12:00am
'nineteen fourteen' - Gosport Turns Back Time - Sat, Oct 4th, 2014 - 10:00am
Artists Rifles - Sat, Oct 4th, 2014 - 10:00am

Attractions Combined Ticket

The Royal Navy Submarine Museum and Explosion – Museum of Naval Firepower have always offered great value for money, but now the deal is even better with a new combined ticket which in addition to both the Submarine Museum and Explosion also includes the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard attractions: the NEW Mary Rose Museum, HMS Victory, HMS Warrior 1860, Action Stations, Harbour Tour, The National Museum of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines Museum plus the waterbus transfers to and from Gosport. You can buy these new combined tickets from the Submarine Museum, Explosion or the Gosport Tourist Information Centre.

 This combined ticket gives 1 year unlimited entry to all attractions, so it's fantastic value.

Interactive Gosport Map

Based on the South Coast of the UK, Gosport should be on your list of places to visit in Hampshire. With lots of attractions to pick from it’s easy to find things to do in Gosport.

You can navigate around our interactive map and zoom in for location information, using mouse or the +/- and arrows. Click on the icons to find out more about the attraction or place of interest.

Gosport is great for sailing & watersports, with 3 marinas on hand and with an ice rink, go kart track and adventure golf course there is plenty to do on a kid’s day out.

 

Travel

Getting to Gosport can be fun in itself. Take the train or a coach to Portsmouth Harbour Station and the adventure starts when you jump on the Gosport Ferry for the 5-minute scenic trip across the Harbour. Buses and taxis are on hand for those that need them for an onward journey, and the friendly staff at the Gosport Tourist Information Centre will be only too happy to help. 

If travelling by car, exit the M27 at Junction 11 and follow the signs to the A32 and Gosport. After bearing left at the first roundabout, take the righthand fork, signposted Newgate Lane, and follow the road over the bridge, across the mini-roundabouts, until you reach a main roundabout. Take the second exit, marked ‘Lee-on-the-Solent’ and follow the road for about 2 miles until you reach the seafront at Lee. For Gosport town centre and the Harbour, turn left and follow the shoreline for about 3 miles; turning right at the Kingfisher Caravan Park if you want to go to Stokes Bay.

For more information on travel around Gosport, see the Visitor Information page.

Accommodation in Gosport, Hampshire

Whether visiting family or friends, for a holiday or on business; There is a wide choice of accommodation in Gosport and Lee on the Solent to suit your needs and budget.

If you are looking for places to visit in Hampshire then Gosport has accommodation to suit your taste. You can stay by the sea, overlook the marina or get away from it all in the quiet of the Gosport countryside.

We have family-run hotels, cosy B & B's, self catering properties and even a Gosport Caravan Park by the sea.