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We visited here to take a look at the Titanic exhibition. This is a must see if you're visiting Southampton, telling a familiar story through the eyes and experiences of real crew and passengers that really brings it to life. So many of the crew...More
Go and vist The Sea City museum, a greta place to go if the weather is awful. Lots of history and plenty to learn. The museum also has exhibitions on and a cuple of time it's been the wildlife photographer of the year awards. Well...More
We visited here on our mini-moon and the tickets were great value! Well laid out and very interesting - lots to see! I’m a big fan of the titanic’s history and we both really enjoyed a 3 hour self guided tour around the museum. Honestly,...More
I love this museum!
It is incredibly informative with enough interaction to keep interest.
Brilliantly designed and flowing exhibits make it super interesting, fun and thought provoking - it does what every museum should do.
Very well presented, using many different ways of display and explaining. Even though we came for the history of the city we must say that the exhibition of the Titanic and its connection with the city had been a revelation
We went with friends who have an 11 year old. We paid to see all three exhibitions that are on and it was excellent value for money. We did the Southampton Marching On first (as we were going to a game afterward) which was very...More
I took my daughter here to see the maritime history of the city and the special Titanic exhibition. Both were of great interest and compelling. Well worth the visit on a wet weekend, and the main shops aren't too far away if you need some...More
As a general seafaring museum we would rate the museum as only okay, there are better nautical museums than this one. The Sea Museum advertises the fact that it has a Titanic exhibition, and whilst there are some exhibits, we did not think much of...More