Went here on a visit as a group of adults with children aged 7 to 11 and we loved it. Lots of interactive exhibits for the children, and as it was a sunny afternoon it was very quiet so we didn't have to wait to take a turn. The museum tells the history of the Titanic through the people on board and that made it particularly interesting. The map of Southampton which marks all the households which were affected by the tragedy is a very graphic illustration of the scale of the tragedy and the impact it must have had on the city. The subsequent court case (which you can listen to in a real courtroom) was fascinating and listening to the survivors testimonies was very moving. The sinking of the Titanic is a world famous event but here you get a real sense of the local tragedy. We were there a couple of hours and could have stayed longer. Worth a visit.
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