Scots Church, High Road, Cobh, Co. Cork, IRELAND.
- Part disabled access
The museum is situated overlooking Cork Harbour with exhibitions reflecting the cultural, social and maritime history of Cobh. Formerly known as Queenstown,…
Sparrows Nest Gardens,
Tel: 01502 512 434.
Britain's most easterly museum, set in the picturesque Sparrow's Nest Park. The museum has historic photographs and paintings, a scale-model boat collection…
Next to High Sands, Creek Campsite, Greenway, Stiffkey, Norfolk, NR23 1QF.
Displays of our fishing and wooden boat building heritage, including crab fishing, whelk fishing, and fishing life and communities. Tells the story of…
Unit 20, Estuary Road , Queensway Meadows Industrial Estate, Newport, Blaenau Gwent, NP19 4SP.
Uncovered during the construction of the Riverfront arts centre in 2002, the ship is the most complete fifteenth century vessel ever found. It provides…
The Pier House,
Tel: 01768 482 229.
Sailing for over 150 years on England’s most beautiful lake, the company currently has four diesel-powered vessels operating on lake cruises, including…
1 Olympic Way, Queen's Road, Titanic Quarter, Belfast, Co. Antrim, BT3 9EP.
Inside this iconic building, visitors will re-live the entire Titanic story from her birth in Belfast to the fateful maiden voyage and her eventual discovery…
150 Pointhouse Place,
Tel: 0141 357 3699.
Of the many hundreds of ships built in Glasgow’s shipyards, the 'Glenlee' is one of only five Clyde built ships still afloat in the world today and she…
The Old Lifeboat House,
Tel: 01255 861 440.
Built in 1884, the Old Life Boat House is now used as a maritime museum. Amongst the collections are former lifeboats, James Stevens No.14 & City of Leicester,…
The Esplanade, Redcar, Cleveland, TS10 3AH.
The Zetland is the oldest surviving lifeboat in the world and is listed within the National Historic Ship Register as part of the Nations Historic Fleet,…
NI Science Park, Queen's Road , Queen's Island, Belfast, Co. Antrim, BT3 9DT.
The dry dock where 'Titanic' was on the eve of her fateful voyage in April 1912. Tour the massive pumps that drained the dock in only 100 minutes as well…