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With over 15 galleries, a boatbuilding workshop, exciting new exhibitions every year, interactive exhibits and a collection that spans The National Small Boat collection, artworks, maps and charts, memorabilia and other objects there’s plenty to...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Discovery Quay | Discovery Quay, Falmouth TR11 3QY, England
Arrived early, lots of interesting exhibitions although not too keen on the Titanic exhibition. Getting the lift up to the viewing platform allowed a 360degree view of Falmouth Harbour and getting the lift down to the basement is fascinating because it is under water at...More
£13.50 per adult ( pensioners have to 65 or over) no concessions for disabled. So, £27 for 2 of us ... to see nothing special. We then paid £8.75 for 2 coffees and 1 slice of cake! £3 to park the car, so almost £40...More
Have wanted to visit here for a while now and decided to go with some friends.
Loved the main exhibition about the Titanic and it's stories. Very eye opening and educational with some facts and myths explained.
The rest of the place is wonderful covering...More
This is such an interesting museum. Loads to keep all ages entertained. We started at the very top, looking over the harbour, and worked our way down. Quite a bit to take in, and lots of things to learn, but the way everything is explained...More
Really impressive building with a fantastic view of the town and harbour from the third floor. The Titanic exhibition was interesting with a slightly different slant on it. The section on the development of the package fleet in Falmouth gave a real insight into on...More
A good museum to visit for kids and adults alike,nice cafe and really good gift shop.But a word of advice,if as we did,parking in Grove Place car park which is on the museum doorstep,you can only park for a maximum 3 hours (£4.50) which on...More
Cornwall has a lot of museums but this definitely is the top of the list for value. If you love boats then this is the place - educational as well as relaxing - but it's really the Titanic exhibition that sets it apart. Loads of...More
This is one of the best museums I’ve been to in a while.
I’m not particularly interested in sailing or boats - but spent over a couple of hours in this really interesting museum.
There were many interesting boats to look at - with enough...More
Better start with the parking for this museum, if you are just going into Falmouth for the museum then their car park will be fine even with a visit to the cafe 2 hours would be plenty, but if like us, we went early planning...More