Many of our attractions rely on fundraised income to enable them to be preserved and kept open to the public.
Please select the project you wish to support below.

Under hull walkway view of the rudder and nameplate of HMS Victory


Your generous donation will enable us to continue preserving this remarkable piece of the British history and heritage; helping us keep the memory of the people who served on her alive and letting us provide generations with one of a kind historical experience.

Woman looking at the hull of the Mary Rose


Our unique collection of Tudor objects needs continued care and we need to be able to cover the costs associated with this (e.g. staff wages, energy bills).

We receive no core Government funding and rely solely on the generosity of the public. Please support our jewel of Tudor heritage today.


The new Royal Marines Museum, at the very heart of Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, will place the 355-year history of the Royal Marines firmly within the story of the Royal Navy. For the first time the story of the Royal Marines – a national story, but also a story with impact across the globe – will be told in a building appropriate to its scale. Help us tell the Royal Marines story inside a brand new museum at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. We need you! We need to raise another £5 million to make our aspirations a reality.

HMS Warrior in the sunshine at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard


HMS Warrior is one of the world’s most significant historic warships. The ship is the responsibility of the Warrior Preservation Trust, an independent charity established by Sir John Smith that is not supported by any Government Department. It depends entirely on income raised from visitors, corporate hospitality and weddings, filming, fundraising and the generosity of its supporters to preserve the ship to a high and safe standard for the benefit of this and future generations.

Children enjoying Portsmouth Historic Dockyard


Please donate to enable us to continue telling the stories of the men and women who bravely serve, and the veterans who served in the Royal Navy. Your donation will directly help us teach and inspire future generations.

People watching boats at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard


Portsmouth Naval Base Property Trust is responsible for the conservation, maintenance and sustainability of the land and buildings in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. The Trust is also responsible for the ongoing conservation of the largest collection of small Naval craft in the world.

If you are passionate about naval history and craft, architecture, landscape design and the built environment please support us.

Boathouse Number 4 next to the entrance to the Harbour Tours at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard


IBTC Portsmouth is a charity with a passion for traditional boatbuilding. If no one were to teach these skills then who would be qualified to look after the many Heritage craft of which we are all so proud? By supporting our students, donors will be part of this important work, maintaining, restoring, rebuilding and new building of traditional and modern wooden craft. Perpetuating these skills is vital if we are to hand these wonderful boats on to the next generation.