The SeaCity Museum
The new £15m SeaCity museum is split into three sections, two of which tell the story of Southampton’s association with Titanic.

The SeaCity museum not only tells the story of the Titanic and the impact the tragedy had on families in the city, but also shows Southampton’s maritime past from prehistoric times to the present day with many hands-on activities and
interactive exhibits.

One of the most enjoyable rooms is the
Disaster Room, the 1930s London court room where the Inquiry was held after the disaster. Housed in the grade II listed former Magistrates’ Court, the commentary is taken from the original records and shown on two 40ft video screens, it is to say the least, fascinating.
All year
Daily, 10am - 5pm including Bank Holidays. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.
Free entry for under 5s
Havelock Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 7FY (The museum is part of Southampton Civic Centre)
Tel:023 8083 3007
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Scale model of the Queen Mary
Each link in Titanic's chain weighs around 12 stone.
On the floor is a red dot positioned on every house where someone from the city had died in the disaster.
Interactive map revealing Southampton's history
The museum is about 10 minutes walk from Southampton Cental Railway Station. Streetmap
The nearest multi-storey car parks are West Park and Grosvenor Square and street parking directly in front of the gallery.
The Galley Cafe located on the ground floor. You can enjoy the museum café without needing to pay for admission to the rest of the building.
Wheelchair accessible in all areas of the building via the lift.
Buggy park and baby changing facilities
SeaCity Museum