PRESS AND MEDIA
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is home to world famous ships, submarines and museums that tell the story of centuries of maritime and Royal Navy history.
Our attractions are surrounded by historic buildings, dry docks and features that have been used in films such as Oscar and Lucinda, Les Miserables, Transformers: The Last Knight and Napoleon.
We regularly welcome production crews to the site to work with our specialist teams, expert spokespeople and unique attractions. We are part of a working naval base and the security and safety of our team and visitors is paramount.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is one of the leading visitor destinations in the country and we are always happy to work with consumer media/influencers reviewing a day out with us. Applications for these visits must be made in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and be supported by a commission and a valid media accreditation.
We welcome visits from media researching stories and broadcast opportunities about our attractions. Our team of experts are available to discuss specialist subjects and access to our archives.
FILMING & PHOTOGRAPHY
Charges can apply and filming generally takes place out of visitor hours. Commercial photography or video is not allowed on site without approval and will be charged for. Drone flights need prior approval.
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For the National Museum of the Royal Navy including HMS Victory, HMS Warrior and submarine HMS Alliance please click here.
For any enquiries for the Mary Rose Museum please click here.
Please note, these details are for Portsmouth Historic Dockyard media enquiries only. Visitor emails or ticket enquiries sent to these contact details will not be responded to.