Titanic in Lancashire Musuem
Church Street, Colne, Lancashire, BB8 0LG
The museum is dedicated to the history and memory of the Titanic and its significant impact on the people of Lancashire. Come in and learn about the White Star Line, the Lusitania and Mauretania, Olympic and the Britannic ever to sail.
Discover how this immense ship was constructed and immerse yoursef with the key people from the Titanic legacy.
Go back in time and live with the passengers, through our original artefacts and interactive projections, hearing and reading the stories of those on that fateful journey. Allow yourself to engage with the myths and the facts surrounding the Titanic with our Myth Busters section.
Come and be amazed at the number of influential figures, born and raised in Lancashire, some of whom survived, some who tragically perished – Such as Wallace Henry Hartley, violinist and band leader on the Titanic who famously lead his band as the ship sank into the icy depths of the Atlantic, who was born, and is buried, here in Colne: his memorial stands further down the street.
Test your children’s, and you own, knowledge with our Titanic quiz – an interactive presentation about the Titanic with quiz questions integrated in it.