Free admission
  Children must be accompanied by an adult 

An interactive and evolving maritime museum with nautical artifacts, large model ships such as Titanic and submarines made from 
improvised recycled materials. The museum opened its doors to its first visitor on April 10th 2012, the 100th anniversary of the sailing of the RMS Titanic.

Limited car access is available right outside the building for drop off and disabled entry only. The two floors of the museum are accessible to narrow chairs as well as the outside grounds to see the boats. All entry into the boats are currently inaccessible to the disabled apart from the Titanic model's replica Parisian Café. For more detailed access information, please see the DisabledGo access guide
Group Visits
Groups welcome. If you're arriving by bus let us know ahead of time and we'll keep the lay-by clear for a bus. If your group cannot visit during museum opening hours it may be possible to arrange an out of hours visit. Please let us know what date and time you plan to visit and we'll advise if we're able to open for you. This isn't always possible, especially at short notice, so it's best to get in touch well in advance.
The nearest parking is available at Telford Street Retail Park. 500 yards away across the Muirtown Swing Bridge.

Is the museum mainly indoors or outdoors?

Around half is outside, as below:

The museum is both indoors and outdoors so you may like to bring waterproofs etc. There is a 2 floor indoor exhibition in the main building to keep warm and dry. To fully experience everything though you'll need to go outside as well.

However, most of the boats in the grounds outside can be entered to provide shelter and are very close to the main building so you are not far from getting out of any rain etc

Museum entranceCreel fishing boat called Guiding StarAre dogs permitted?

Yes, you may take your dog on a lead.

Do you travel to schools to talk with students?

No, not at this time. 

Find our brochure below. While it is unlikely any key information will change for a long time, some minor images or information shown may become out of date in comparison to our website. It is best to assume that everything below may be out of date. So please treat the brochure as an extra and only use the website information for the correct key information. The most likely information to change over time is for travelling by bus. The numbers tend to change often, though the route tends to stay similar so be sure to confirm the latest with the Stagecoach website.

Click the link below for a history on the exhibits. Currently we have a full article about our RNLI lifeboat.
                           RNLI Watson Lifeboat