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Lancashire Titanic Museum

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Jeep1912 wrote a review May 2018
Burnley, United Kingdom2 contributions3 helpful votes
PLEASE NOTE THE MUSEUM IS NOW PERMANENTLY CLOSED. Unfortunately due to a lack of resources and support the museum permanently closed at the end of April.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Joanell C wrote a review Nov 2017
2 contributions12 helpful votes
This was a series of very old photographs and looking very worn out. Very disappointing. A waste of time.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Queen V wrote a review Oct 2017
15 contributions19 helpful votes
Set in the basement of Bygone Times , you will need to pay the entrance fee if you are not a member. The exhibition consists of a few photographs, models and artifacts. They looked rather dusty and little care given to curating. Beware the parking arrangements where you are required to enter your car registration number at the entrance to Bygone Times; this, however, is no guarantee that you will not receive a hefty fine from a set of charlatans trading under the name of Parking Eye. Do not pay and ensure that you complain promptly.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Murray D wrote a review Dec 2016
Falkirk District, United Kingdom98 contributions69 helpful votes
Quite an informative display in an easy to follow fashion however it should made clear that it is a White Star exhibition with references to Titanic and its sister ship. Remember this is free to enter and does contain some period features. its location in the basement of Bygone Times is a bit difficult to locate in the labyrinth of halls of the building.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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Barbara B wrote a review Jul 2016
Manchester, United Kingdom49 contributions8 helpful votes
Interested to see some of the items on display but disappointed with the area the display was in. It was out of the way and was dark and felt musty.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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