The sinking of the Titanic is the most famous shipwreck in history. The ocean liner began its voyage from the port of Southampton and sank hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic Ocean on 15/4/1912.
The six-storey building, an architectural masterpiece, includes nine interactive galleries with sounds, images, smells and stories from the Titanic and the people who built the ship.
The presentation tells the story of the ship, from the first day of its construction to its voyage, shipwreck and the stories of the survivors.
Visitors are transported back in time, to the early 1900s, when the construction of the largest and most luxurious ship in the world began.
Posters from the movies
Copy of lifeboat
Copy of the imposing staircase on the interior of the ship
The museum is really very interesting as everything is done through impressive interactive exhibitions with unique effects, designs and representations.
At the end you can see the SS Nomadic, walk on deck and explore the ship.
By train at Titanic Quarter station- about 15 minutes walk to the museum.
Get on the train, a replica of what carried the workers from one point of the yard to another, and take a nice walk on Titanic Square. The wee tram runs daily 10-6 with a ticket £6 and valid for 2 days. For museum ticket holders, the train costs £ 5. Its route is shaped 8 and makes 8 stops!
The ticket costs £ 19 and the children’s (5-16 years old) £ 8.25.
H page of the museum provides all the necessary information for your visit but also for periodic exhibitions and events that often take place in the museum.
The restaurant offers local delicacies, beers, wines and a children’s menu. You will find it on the large patio on the ground floor.
In the cafeteria located on the ground floor, you can drink coffee, tea and many light snacks, such as soups, sandwiches and pastries.