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Marine Museum

Fall River, MA
+1 508-674-3533
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Very impressive! We enjoyed the colonial age ships and replicas. It's arranged in chronological... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Kingston, Canada
Small museum

It is small museum.You can see boat replicas and here you can see the titanic boat what it look... read more

Reviewed 15 May 2017
Wilder, Vermont
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very impressive! We enjoyed the colonial age ships and replicas. It's arranged in chronological order but didn't see where to start so we began on the wrong side. Maybe that could be explained or labelled. But the collection is very very good.

Thank ellenmumper
Reviewed 15 May 2017 via mobile

It is small museum.You can see boat replicas and here you can see the titanic boat what it look like.Nothing much to see to this place.Maybe up to 30mins. Required and you wil be all done.It is free as long as you got the ticket...More

Thank bluecard21
Reviewed 3 March 2017

The famous large Titanic model detail can be enjoyed for more than a glance. Great little kids activity area without boredom for a long time. Although a sort of small museum, allow an hour or more with little ones. Very educational and great exhibits, especially...More

1  Thank Bat_critic
Reviewed 20 September 2016

There are many nice ship models at the museum. The largest is of the Titanic that was used in a Barbara Stanwick. The Fall River Line was a line that ran between New York and Fall River in the steam era. It is very well...More

1  Thank Caty47
Reviewed 7 August 2016

A nice add-on stop if you are visiting Battleship Cove. Make sure to ask for the discount if you purchase 'dual' tickets for both attractions at the same time. The museum is a relatively small with everything on a single floor. However, they pack quite...More

1  Thank timl1012016
Reviewed 4 August 2016

Fun museum with our 5 year old grandson. We went on a free Friday and our grandson was fasinated by the Titanic. Unfortuanately, because it was free, parking was a problem although the police handled it nicely. It is not air-conditioned although they are working...More

Thank MacMarsh_11
Reviewed 24 September 2015

The Marine Museum has an extensive collection of marine artifacts dealing with the local history and seafaring in general. There are models of the local steamships from the Fall River Line, models of a wide variety of naval vessels and displays about the Titanic along...More

Thank DavenCarol
Reviewed 17 July 2015

I liked that it was quiet. it's a good look at some of bygone travel vessels. They have a nice replica of the Titanic.

1  Thank Diane M
Reviewed 4 December 2014 via mobile

I went here a few times during my recent visit to the area. It is a fantastic old school type of museum with countless beautiful ship models, and other artifacts; all tastefully displayed. There was even a lecture about shipwrecks that I attended, and brought...More

3  Thank Marc C
Reviewed 3 December 2014

Interesting maritime museum featuring Titanic, Fall River line, and a few other artifacts. Many models of historical ships (Bismark, Titanic, et al). One hour should do it. A tad pricey, but such is life.

1  Thank grommit
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