You are now standing exactly amidships on the gundeck, approximately midway between the fore and mizzen masts. You are looking aft, starboard side, at one of the dining tables where your "three squares" are served. Moving right you'll see a stack of sails and just behind it, a display of ships cutlasses. Directly in front of you are the hatches and companion ladders leading below to the berthing cabins. Our next stop will be a glimpse of B Cabin, directly below where you are standing. Further to the right is the entrance to the galley enclosure which is on the port side of the ship.
Continuing around you'll see a raised platform on which the guns are mounted. This platform (what we refer to aboard today's Rose as the "gun table" or "platform deck") is a good representation of what the entire deck looked like on the original Rose. The gun deck had about 5'0" headroom (not enough for a man to stand) and was completely open from the bow to the bulkhead of the Great Cabin aft. Both sides of the ship were lined with guns, with the tools for the guns hanging above and the mess tables where the men ate mounted between them. In the very bow was the manger where the livestock were housed. Aft of the manger (approximately where the ladder for the bell hatch is located) was the caboose, a huge brick oven for cooking. Another capstan was mounted on the gun deck directly below the one on the weather deck. These and the guns comprised all of the major features of this deck.
If you continue around to the right you'll see a companion ladder directly forward of where you stand. This leads to one of the weatherdeck hatches which we open sometimes for tours. Further around on the starboard side you'll get a good look at the rest of the dining tables.