A perfect complement to a visit to the exhibition Titanic and Liverpool: the untold story at the Merseyside Maritime Museum. This downloadable trail directs younger pupils to the more iconic objects and stories within the exhibition, providing a fun and engaging way of discovering more about this famous ship.
The second floor of Merseyside Maritime Museum is closed from 6 January until 28 March 2020 as we prepare to open Life on board; a new gallery exploring Liverpool’s seafaring history. Titanic and Liverpool: the untold story and the changing places accessible toilet on the second floor are closed during this time.
The nearest changing places toilet is located at the Museum of Liverpool at the Pier Head. Please enquire at the Information Desk or ask a Visitor Services Assistant if you need help with directions.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Many people, both young and old, are fascinated by the story of the sinking of the Titanic. A visit to the exhibition Titanic and Liverpool: the untold story, is perfect for groups studying this story as part of a history topic or local history study.
The trail is free to download and guides younger visitors to the more iconic objects on display. It also includes ideas for activities back at home or in the classroom.
Notes for teachers on how best to use these worksheets are included in the download entitled 'Teacher's Information'.