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Based at the heart of Southampton, SeaCity Museum tells the story of the people of the city, their fascinating lives and historic connections with Titanic and the sea.
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A & J
A & J
May 26, 2020
Based at the heart of Southampton, SeaCity Museum tells the story of the people of the city, their fascinating lives and historic connections with Titanic and the sea. Visit SeaCity Museum and Southampton to discover how they bring maritime history to life through an interactive experience designed…
February 29, 2020
Titanic, everything you need to know about the crew of the ship
December 29, 2019
A fantastic museum giving you an insight to the important part Southampton played in the history of the Titanic.
Mario & Nadia
Mario & Nadia
December 5, 2019
Visit the famous Titanic Museum in Southampton
October 15, 2019
Hands-on venue exploring shipping and the sea, with cafe, education zone and gift shop. View all exhibitions Discover more here The Galley Refreshments The Stores Gifts & souvenirs Learning Deck Education zone Based at the heart of Southampton, SeaCity Museum tells the story of the people of the…

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