Titanic Inverness Maritime Museum
Telephone: 01463 716839
At Titanic Inverness Maritime Museum families can...
Marvel at the magnificent Titanic 1:10 scale model which size allows you to go inside and explore the Parisian cafe;Â¢, the bridge and the Marconi wireless room.
Get claustrophobic in the sphere of the replica Nautile submarine, one of the mini submersibles that dove 3 miles down to the Titanic.
Send an SOS on the Marconi wireless and hear the awesome roar of the Titanic;Â¢s fog horn.
Peruse the many images of the Titanic in the main building and view art deco ship posters of the era.
Step on board and bait some creels on the Guiding Star, a West Coast creel fishing boat which was the last built at Inverness;Â¢s Thornbush slipway.
Find things to see and do in the 10 and a half ton steel wheel house of the Achieve fishing trawler from Fraserburgh;Â¢s east coast.
Try on a survival suit, see how quickly you can do it!
Explore a 45ft Watson class life boat that originally saved 58 lives.
Dress up and pretend to be a captain, explore inside a life raft, play some Quoits and much more!
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It may be worth checking out Titanic Inverness Maritime Museum's website to see if there are any special events or seasonal fun things to do that may be going on during the day.
We do strongly suggest you contact Titanic Inverness Maritime Museum before you set off on your family day out, just to make sure they are open and to confirm admission prices, as there is nothing worse than disappointed kids in the back of your car after a long journey.
10.00am - 3.00pm
We have free tea, coffee, juice and biscuits available in the Parisian Cafe.
"i need a wee"
Two toilets available with disabled access and optional toddler seats and sink stands. Baby changing available by asking a staff member.
and baby come too...
Milk warming and baby changing available by asking a member of staff.
"are we there yet?"
Take the A82 from Inverness followed by the A862. Continue until you're near the Caledonian Canal and white swing bridge. The nearest parking is available here at Telford Retail Park. Continue forward at the traffic lights at the swing bridge until you see the museum on your right hand side, just before the petrol station. Please only enter 'IV3 8QH' in your Satnav.
...got any top tips?
The museum is both indoors and outdoors so you may like to bring waterproofs. Car access is available 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 boats are currently inaccessible to the disabled apart from the Titanic model's replica Parisian Cafe.
Prices & Admission
Free. Donations welcome.
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