Rare Titanic artefacts back on show in Southampton

Daily Echo: Titanic artefacts are to go on show in Southampton. Titanic artefacts are to go on show in Southampton.

A TITANIC exhibition featuring rare and previously unseen artefacts has returned to Southampton.

Visitors to the exhibition, Titanic Honour and Glory, will get to see china dinner plates from the ship, letters written on board, a fountain pen belonging to Captain Edward J Smith and an 18- carat gold pocket watch belonging to one of the waiters, as well as props from the 1997 multiple Oscar-winning film, Titanic.

People can view the exhibition 9am-5pm Monday to Saturday and 10am-4pm Sundays at Oceans in High Street, Southampton.

Tickets are £3.50 for adults and £2 for children over five- years-old.

For more information or for tickets, call: 023 8178 1017 or visit oceans-southampton.com.

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4:03pm Tue 18 Jun 13

sotonboy84 says...

Didn't know 'Oceans' existed until I just googled it!
Didn't know 'Oceans' existed until I just googled it! sotonboy84
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6:34pm Tue 18 Jun 13

Maine Lobster says...

I would have thought it ought to be in the Sea City Museum,?
I would have thought it ought to be in the Sea City Museum,? Maine Lobster
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8:55pm Tue 18 Jun 13

Proud from LIVERPOOL says...

If you want to see some fascinating items to do with Titanic and see the 20ft long model built for the owners White Star Line which was based in James Street in Liverpool , then you should visit Merseyside Maritime Museum.

www.liverpoolmuseums
.org.uk/maritime/
If you want to see some fascinating items to do with Titanic and see the 20ft long model built for the owners White Star Line which was based in James Street in Liverpool , then you should visit Merseyside Maritime Museum. www.liverpoolmuseums .org.uk/maritime/ Proud from LIVERPOOL
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11:45am Wed 19 Jun 13

Shoong says...

Proud from LIVERPOOL wrote:
If you want to see some fascinating items to do with Titanic and see the 20ft long model built for the owners White Star Line which was based in James Street in Liverpool , then you should visit Merseyside Maritime Museum.

www.liverpoolmuseums

.org.uk/maritime/
Do one.
[quote][p][bold]Proud from LIVERPOOL[/bold] wrote: If you want to see some fascinating items to do with Titanic and see the 20ft long model built for the owners White Star Line which was based in James Street in Liverpool , then you should visit Merseyside Maritime Museum. www.liverpoolmuseums .org.uk/maritime/[/p][/quote]Do one. Shoong
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6:00pm Wed 19 Jun 13

Proud from LIVERPOOL says...

Shoong wrote:
Proud from LIVERPOOL wrote:
If you want to see some fascinating items to do with Titanic and see the 20ft long model built for the owners White Star Line which was based in James Street in Liverpool , then you should visit Merseyside Maritime Museum.

www.liverpoolmuseums


.org.uk/maritime/
Do one.
Do one what ?
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Proud from LIVERPOOL[/bold] wrote: If you want to see some fascinating items to do with Titanic and see the 20ft long model built for the owners White Star Line which was based in James Street in Liverpool , then you should visit Merseyside Maritime Museum. www.liverpoolmuseums .org.uk/maritime/[/p][/quote]Do one.[/p][/quote]Do one what ? Proud from LIVERPOOL
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