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Same old tacky tourist tat. Not a destination for the discerning traveller, would suit those who like low quality, low cost, mass produced souvenir junk. But then post cards and the like can be found in many of the other shops in Southampton, as can...More
Oceans is back - it has moved to smaller premises at 160 High Street (opposite Lidl).
unfortunately there is no longer room for the tea room or the exhibition space. But they still have a left-luggage facility, which is handy for visitors and also shoppers.]...More
Sorry about this rating but what else could we put - it's CLOSED!!!
Went there last week first visit since it was about to open. We had attended a prospective 'volunteer' drive and put our names down but never heard anything more. We have intended...More
I recently took my elderly parents for tea in the tea rooms, as my father was a mariner and used to work on the cruise ships and I thought he would be able to reminisce. Unfortunately, there is very little memorabilia that we could see....More
Excellent afternoon tea, freshly baked scones, sandwiches and cake and plenty of tea. This is a lovely tea room, very clean, bone china crockery and the staff are friendly and attentive. There is a nice gift shop at the front. Would definitely recommend.
Six of us spent a pleasant afternoon at Oceans, Three of our party had had Birthdays within the last fortnight, we spent over an hour visiting the Titanic Museum and watching the archive footage of the great ship. After browsing the well stocked nautical book...More
Recently went here as a groupon offer but also a treat for my Nans birthday, museum ok, fairly interesting. The afternoon tea was great, friendly staff, very clean premises, helpful staff offered us more cream/jam etc, beautiful fine china, nice homemade sandwiches, scones to die...More
Got this as a groupon for afternoon tea and exhibition visit. Firstly we weren't welcomed at all really, told to pick a table and there was no explanation as to how the offer worked or what was on offer. The tea was fine but the...More