Visit

Located on Southsea Common in Portsmouth is the Portsmouth Naval Memorial. It is accessible at all times.

Location

The Memorial is situated on Southsea Common overlooking the promenade, and is accessible at all times. A copy of the Memorial Register is kept at the Civic Offices in Guildhall Square and may be consulted there. http://www.memorialsinportsmouth.co.uk/southsea/naval.htm

Visitor Facilities

  • Accessibility

    Disabled access to the Second World War section of the memorial is possible via the Common and the ramps at the rear of the memorial. For further information regarding disabled access, contact our Enquiries Section on 01628 507200.


Events

Events

CWGC sites around the world host an array of events from open days and exhibitions to commemoration and rededication services throughout the year. 

Get the War Graves App

The CWGC War Graves App is a great application for anyone planning a trip to our war cemeteries, for those just curious to find war graves near them, or for those who want to remember the 1.7 million Commonwealth servicemen and women who died in the two world wars.

Simple to use, the CWGC War Graves App allows you to search for war graves at more than 23,000 locations, in more than 150 countries and makes it easy to find and visit these places of remembrance.

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The CWGC War Graves App is available for Android and iOS. Use the buttons below to download your own free copy.

other featured cemeteries & memorials

Tower Hill Memorial

 The memorial commemorates the men of the Merchant Navy and Fishing Fleets who gave their lives for the nation and who have no grave but the sea.

Plymouth Naval Memorial

The memorial is a well-known local landmark. It commemorates more than 7,200 naval personnel of the First World War who have no known grave.

Chatham Naval Memorial

The memorial commemorates more than 8,514 Royal Navy personnel of the First World War and over 10,090 of the Second World War who were lost or buried at sea.