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Fort Brockhurst is one of five forts known as the Gosport Advanced Lines, built to defend Portsmouth Harbour from a flanking attack by the French. Fort Brockhurst features exhibits related to: weapons and war, social history, archives, archaeology and architecture. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: bishop's waltham palace, royal garrison church, portchester castle, northington grange, sheerness dockyard, pevensey castle and wolvesey palace.

Alternative name:

en Fort Brockhurst - English Heritage

Fort Brockhurst
Gunners Way Elson
PO12 4DS Gosport

Museum type(s)

History & Anthropology



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Opening hours

Interior: 11am-3pm, every 2nd Sat of month May to Sep, plus 7 & 8 Dec.
Exterior: Any reasonable daylight hours.

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This museum has no entrance fee!

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  • Wheelchair accessible


Gunners Way Elson, Gosport, England


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