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With over 15 galleries, a boatbuilding workshop, exciting new exhibitions every year, interactive exhibits and a collection that spans The National Small Boat collection, artworks, maps and charts, memorabilia and other objects there’s plenty to...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Discovery Quay | Discovery Quay, Falmouth TR11 3QY, England
This museum looks very new in a fantastic building and has some great detail for the grown-up boat enthusiast. The Titanic exhibit is really interesting, unless you're being dragged around by some small children. The issue is not the quality of information on offer to...More
As an avid yachtsman I found this Maritime Museum a great place to visit. Located on the waterfront near the docks at Port Pendennis, Falmouth, it is easy to find. Plenty of parking, metered of course. The Museum has five floors of exhibits and galleries...More
Museum was very poor this year but avoid the car park at all costs. We were 10 minutes late back to the car and then we bought another ticket but the operators Premier Park Ltd hit us with a £100 fine with their secret camera’s....More
We visited the museum as it is a very highly recommended place to go whilst in Falmouth. We spent roughly 4 hours walking around and reading up on the history, and the Titanic exhibition was absolutly fantastic. However, there could have been better use of...More
Very spectacular building, with a great backdrop. Good exhibits all around with a good focus on catering for a wide interest that would fit younger to older audiences. However, the staff in some areas, the lookout and the small sailboat pool area, came off as...More
This is a lovely little museum in the heart of Falmouth to visit as they currently have a new titanic Exhibition until January .
They have a great Tidal underwater part of the museum which is really good and you can see fish and sea...More
This is a great place for adults and kids. When we went the Titanic exhibition was on which was great as it was interesting and informative. We had a good hour wandering around it and then got the lift up to the lookout tower which...More
Very interesting, a selection of different types of boats, how they are made, a section on the Titanic, the story. Worth a visit if your interested in boats etc, recommend going up to the top of the viewing platform, good view of harbour.
This was an interesting museum with a number of small boats to see but perhaps the main attraction was the Titanic exhibition which also had a Cornish slant. It was very interesting to see but would benefit from a little more to look at or...More