The John Jacques Pub
The John Jacques is a Wetherspoon pub in Portsmouth, Hampshire. Our pub offers a range of real ales, craft beers and freshly ground Lavazza coffee. Breakfast is served until noon, with our full food menu available until 11 pm.
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- Southsea beach is pebble/stoney beach that stretches along the whole southern end of Portsea Island from Old Portsmouth beach to Eastney beach. Adjacent to the beach and seafront promenade, Southsea Common is a large open space. Facilities include parking, toilets, promenade, and food outlets.
- Old Portsmouth Beach is one part of the popular coast line of Portsmouth. It is a shingle beach stretching from Portsea Island to Eastney and is really interesting with the Harbour and it’s attractions close by. Portsmouth has historic attractions and there are many walks from this beach through the town. This is a town beach and so it has good facilities including parking, toilets, shops, restaurant, cafe, slipway.
- Eastney beach is a shingle beach with some sand as the tide goes out. This beach is shingle and offers a camp site and caravan park and is ideal for swimming, wind surfing, fishing and other water sports. The facilities are good with parking for over 300 cars and excellent water quality but no lifeguard. Eastney Beach is a naturist beach and well frequented.
- Submarine Museaum in Portsmouth has everything you need for an adventure! This museum is all about submarines and they take you back in time to Alexander the Great and other ancient heroes who thought about winning wars through underwater approaches! You can even go onboard a WWII submarine and find out what it was like leagues under the sea and in battle. Take a look inside the tiny X-craft, a miniature sub that saw action during D-Day in 1944! The History Galleries allow to travel back to 1620 when the first submersible was tested right up to today’s huge submarines. There is good coffee and cake at the coffee shop overlooking the Portsmouth Harbour and the museum is open from 10am and an adult costs £12.50 and a child from aged 5, just £9!Parking Toilets Disabled access Child friendly Cafe Shop
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