Frequently asked questions

What is this exhibition?

This exhibition is a complete collection of Titanic and White Star Line artifacts owned by the Titanic Honour & Glory Ltd Company in Scotland, making it one of the largest such collections in the world. The huge collection not only includes original and recovered items from the Titanic, but also props and clothing used and worn by Kate Winslet and Leonard DeCaprio in James Cameron's 1997 Blockbuster and has been voted one of the top 5 UK exhibitions by The Times.

Is the exhibition suitable for all?

Yes, although children aged 5 years and under may not absorb much of the information or artifacts on display which is why children in this age range will not require a ticket. The exhibition takes place in a fairly quiet, museum-style environment therefore if you feel your child might not find this type of environment interesting, it might not be for them. The event is wheelchair-friendly.

How long does it take to walk around the exhibition?

To fully take in the display and associated information boards it takes between forty five mins to an hour. This is why we have created slots for you to book at a time convenient to you. You may however visit at your own pace of course.

Will Covid-19 affect the exhibition?

At the moment of publication (Aug 2020) museums and galleries are open as normal however social distancing and additional measures are in place. It is very likely that this will continue for many months therefore we would ask that face coverings are worn whilst enjoying this exhibtion. Should Covid-19 restrictions mean the exhibition cannot take place, all bookings will be refunded less any booking fees.

Is this exhibition the same as the others I may have seen?

This is a common question. There are multiple collections of Titanic and White Star Line artefacts around the world, possibly the most famous being in Las Vegas, and another which was staged at the 02 some years ago. Although this collection has toured the United States and indeed some museums around the UK, this is not the same exhibition as the one in Las Vegas which is a fixed installation. This is a touring exhibition which has some very special artefacts from both the famous ship and from its former passengers, as well as clothing worn by the stars of James Cameron's 1997 blockbuster film. If you're a fan of everything Titanic, we're sure you'll find this exhibition of great interest.