A very interactive museum where visitors are encouraged to touch and play with the exhibitions. It is a fascinating collection of everything Titanic & naval by an avid fan, ex-electrician, friendly owner and host, Stanley. He is a local celebrity known for the Titanic prototype in the museum's backyard, whose construction has lasted for 12 years to this day. The inland ship has a lovely seating area inside, while on the exterior there is a horn and a funnel which produces real sound and smoke. There are also a wide range of Titanic posters and collectibles from all around the world on display. Kids (and adults alike) can play with the robotic, mechanical and computer exhibitions. Though people don't go to Inverness to see Titanic, you just cannot miss this one!
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