More than 30 years after the Mary Rose was pulled from the Solent, the ship continues to delight and educate both scholars and visitors to her new museum. In her new home, the Mary Rose can be viewed through three-story glass walls which display the interior of the ship, complete with dim lighting and "and groaning sounds of the sea outside." Eleanor Williams of BBC News has a feature story.
One of the highlights of the exhibit is the re-created faces of seven of the 500 men lost on the ship when it sank in 1545. The museum is dedicated to them.
The article includes a diagram of the ship, a timeline, a photo slideshow and a video.