From a museum to an art gallery, historical research and play for the under fives, Gosport Museum and Art Gallery is a hive of activity for the whole community.

On arrival, visit our welcome desk, where our friendly team will help you with information on what's on, bookings for our workshops and events and also signposting you to other local cultural and heritage venues.

There is free WiFi throughout the building.

How to get here

You'll find Gosport Museum and Art Gallery just off the High Street on Walpole Road, Gosport, PO12 1NS. 

By ferry

We are a five minute walk directly up the High Street from the Ferry Port.  

By bus

Bus routes E1, E2 and X5 stop a short walk from the museum and gallery.  


Short stay parking is available at North Loading Bay Car Park, 7 High Street, Gosport, PO12 1 BX, and at Clarence Road Car Park, Clarence Road, Gosport, PO12 1DH, which also has long stay parking. Parking around the building is free for one hour. 

Parking around the building is free for Blue Badge holders.

Please check all routes before travelling


At Gosport Museum and Art Gallery, we aim to be as accessible as possible for everyone. If you have any questions before your visit, please call us on 02393 877840 or email .

We have an accessible entrance and toilets, which include a Changing Places facility. The ground floor is fully accessible, including a ramp in our museum.

There is a lift to the first floor which can be used by arrangement for booked groups, to visit our research room and for room hires. 

Parking around the building is free for Blue Badge holders. Assistance dogs are very welcome, as long as they are clearly identifiable.

Group visits

We welcome group visits to Gosport Museum and Art Gallery. If you would like to book a visit for your group, please call us on 02393 877840 or email and we will be happy to assist you with your booking. 


Hampshire Cultural Trust is a registered charity. The coronavirus crisis has had a huge impact on all of us. Please donate to help us re-connect our communities through culture.


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