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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
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Nice morning spent wandering round the Titanic display and boats. Kids loved the play area. Very nice Café. A bit expensive as was only there for the day and live 5 hours away so wont return any time soon. Would be nice if they did...More
Thrilling to see Sir Ben Ainslie's Olympic boats & so many other famous craft. Very interactive, super for children from toddlers to teens. The Titanic exhibition is fantastic, replacing many of the myths surrounding its terrible fate with facts conveyed in memorable ways. A must-see....More
excellent museum so much for the children to look at especially going up the observation tower in the lift and walking down to the separate floor. The Titanic exhibition was very informative and plenty to keep your attention
Okay if you do like boats, I went to see the under the sea windows. Gutted, they were filthy, green slime, couldn’t see the water, let alone any sea life. Very expensive at £13 each. Wasn’t worth the £26 spent.
This was a good insight into Maritime history, particularly in Cornwall. The exhibits were splendid. At the time, the Titanic Exhibition (running until January) was showing - for want of a better word, awesome! It was necessary to return the next day. Please note that...More
We visited here about 10 years ago when children were small and planned to visit now they are teenagers as they had fond memories. The museum itself is a great day out with children young and old as many things for them to touch and...More
Took our Son and Daughter as our Son wanted to see the Titanic expedition, he enjoyed it and so me and my Husband enjoyed all the information about the Titanic and also the other things to see and do, our Son enjoyed the craft Activties...More