This "museum" is an unofficial one which has been created as a labour of love in the private house and garden of an eccentric Titanic enthusiast.. Most of the house and garden grounds have been turned over to Titanic and other ship memorabilia. There is a 12 metre model of Titanic with steam emerging from a funnel as well as real boats including a lifeboat. Inside the boats and the building are extensive displays of press cuttings, old photographs and diagrams of the Titanic, re-creations of crews quarters, ships compass and wheels, and video displays and recorded sounds of steam ship engines. It's all a bit quirky and home made but we learned a lot about the Titanic on this visit. The "museum" is free but a donation the RNLI is always welcome. You have to park at the retail area about 200m along the road but the walk is worth it or there is a drop off point at the premises. Well worth a visit.