A picture-packed guide to the Titanic, from its incredible construction, catastrophic sinking, and lasting legacy
Travel back to the year 1912 and experience the tragic tale of the world's most famous and luxurious liner.
This book tells the story of Titanic's fateful maiden voyage from Southampton, UK, to New York City. Learn what life was like for people on board before the supposedly unsinkable ship hit an iceberg and ended up beneath the dark waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Read survival stories from the epic rescue mission and find out what happened to the captain, crew, and passengers. See the ship's treasures that lay undiscovered for years.
This museum in a book uses striking full-colour photographs and illustrations to expertly show the people, objects, and events on board the Titanic. Infographics, statistics, and timelines explain the disaster as it happened.
Part of DK's best-selling Eyewitness series, which is now getting an exciting makeover, this popular title has been reinvigorated for the next generation of information-seekers and stay-at-home explorers, with a fresh new look, new photographs, updated information, and a new "eyewitness" feature - fascinating first-hand accounts from experts in the field.
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MON - FRI: 9AM - 5.30PM
Location & Parking
- There is ample parking (90 minutes free) with an entry via St Andrews St.
- Dogs are welcome!