Fort Discovery Day - Historical Fort Tour | Solent Forts



– Includes return boat transfers
– Historical fort tour
– Three course lunch 

Step aboard No Man’s Fort and discover the hidden wonder of this incredible man-made Victorian sea fortress. Built as a line of defence against enemy attacks on the Solent and Portsmouth coasts, our three forts, Spitbank Fort, No Man’s Fort and Horse Sand Fort, have a long and varied history dating back over 150 years. These forts offer an intriguing insight into a long-gone era and stand tribute to the skill and expertise required to plan and construct these incredible sea based defences.

At an impressive 35,000 sq ft, No Man’s Fort is our larger island hotel with 23 spacious bedroom suites, 7 bars and restaurants, games rooms, rooftop hot tubs, a lazer battle arena situated in the sea bunker and a glass floored lighthouse.

Your guided historical tour around the fort will give you the opportunity to discover the secrets of our incredible fortress where you’ll see the breadth and scale of the fort, appreciate the multi million pound refurbishment which has gently enhanced the forts original features and learn the significance of each and every room, from the lighthouse to the cellars.

During your visit to No Man’s Fort you will also be treated to a delicious three course lunch (menus are updated seasonally) served in our very own ‘Mess Hall’. Boat transfers to and from the fort are included in your experience.

View our Sample Lunch Menu 
View our Sample Vegetarian Lunch Menu 

With any free time on board, be sure to sample the delights of The Lord Nelson Pub or sunbathe on the roof deck before being whisked back to dry land. This immersive experience is a great day out and one truly not to be missed.

Our Fort Discovery Days are available to book on the following selected dates between April 2018 and September 2018:


Or, why not join us for Saturday or Sunday Lunches aboard No Man’s Fort on selected dates for a delicious three course lunch experience for only £99 per person.

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Ever wondered what our forts look like on the inside? View our virtual tour - click here!

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