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Self orientated walking tour including the areas where the workers lived, the original train track, platform and hotel where the 1st class passengers stayed, various memorials around the city and a visit into the museum which has a very well laid out Titanic exhibition.
I did the Titanic trail on my own, just following the map around. It was nice and easy to do, too bad it rained! I ended the trail at the Titanic plaque which is located at the entrance of the harbor. The actual plate can...More
We visited the Southampton museum yesterday and it was fantastic! Alot if hard work & research has gone into providing a great display on the Titanic! Very professional even though we had to ask 3 people on the street where it was.
We were visiting from Kent as my daughter had to do a project on the Titanic. Over 100 years on and people schools are still teaching the importance of this event, people are coming from all over the world to learn about the Titanic, so...More
If you have a very old copy of The Titanic Trail it will take you to The Wool House (A house built by Cistercian monks in Medieval times to house wool before it was loaded on to boats. This housed the Maritime Museum until a...More
Visited September 2014
As someone with a great love of the Titanic, my visit to Southampton was primarily to see the Titanic related sights in the city where she set out on her maiden voyage. We started our trip at the Seacity Museum (separate review...More
This is the historical location, where Titanic left in 1912. The Titanic exhibition is gorgeous and tells it's history in great detail. The visit was very interesting and took about two hours. You may buy a map of the Titanic Trail for only a pound...More
We spent the afternoon completing the Titanic Trail in Southampton. It was a lovely walk on a lovely day, and we were surprised at how many places there were with reference to the ill fated Titanic voyage, despite living in Southampton for years. Its amazing...More