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Interesting story on the Titanic and it’s relationship with Southampton. The display gives you the datails of the crew and passengers and gives you an incite into the inquiry into the disaster along with interviews with crew and passengers on their experience.
This was a good experience and well worth the visit there are some great pictorial displays and one particular room has a map of Southampton on the floor showing you where all the crew lived and who died on Titanic. You can wander at your...More
Visited here whilst on holiday in Southampton and was looking for something to do on a rainy afternoon..
Very nice museum with a titanic exhibit with lots of artifacts and videos history to look at.
Also had a good selection of maritime history which was...More
Located in the centre of Southampton, this museum is a must if you are interested in the history of shipping in the city, but especially the Titanic. This is a very interesting exhibition on the sad story of the Titanic, and as Southampton was the...More
Spent several enjoyable hours in the Titanic exhibit. We had no idea that so many of the crew came from Southampton, and perished when the ship sank. Lots of artifacts to look at. There was also an exhibit on soccer at that time.
Walking around the displays of the titanic section, listening to the guide, you can’t help but be amazed at the enormity of the disaster, the emotional impact on the survivors, the struggles of the souls who lost their lives. The haunting story of the body...More
So much more to this museum then I thought being a southampton man born and breed I felt guilty I hadn't been sooner really educational and a real insight to the past lives of the city workers.that lost their lives or survived the titanic well...More