This is an amazing experience and I would thoroughly recommend you visit. We used the City Sightseeing Hop On Hop Off bus to get there, which stops right outside. We spent 4 hours there. The exhibition was stunning from the aliminum facade outside, the design was inspired by water crystals as they begin to freeze. The long and short Benches outside were depicted as the SOS morse code. We used an audio guide. All the displays are extremely well laid out and the staff delightful, so helpful. I loved learning about the building, the workers, their lives. There is a ride that takes you round to experience some of the things the workers had to deal with, fascinating. You see the 3types of cabins, first, second and third class.The type of passengers and you can listen to survivors tell their stories. You can stand on a glass floor and There is footage of the Titanic underwater and the artefacts around her and there is a inter active display wher you can highlight them to see what they found. There is a Galley Cafe and Bistro which was just what we needed afterwards. I forgot to mention outside there is a dry dock marked by posts that show where the Titanic was built and launched. Great value for money £15 per person. The interest spanned from school children to Senior Citizens.
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