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Titanic 110 in partnership with The BRICK People


10 Apr '22 10:00am - 10 Apr '22 4:30pm

Ticket information

Bookable activities, ticket prices start at £6.

Please pre-book your tickets to avoid disappointment.

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About SeaCity Museum

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About this Event

Join us 110 years after Titanic set sail from Southampton to remember the stories and lives of those who sailed upon the Titanic at a very special event day. You can join a character led museum tour*, take part in a family workshop* and climb Southampton’s clock tower (12yrs+)**. Around the museum, in partnership with The BRICK People, will be attractions and activities featuring LEGO® bricks!

• Solve the “Under the Sea” anagram trail featuring LEGO® bricks!

• Features builds from That Brick LUG! (LEGO® User Group)

• Open build play area

• Official LEGO® sets on display

• Speed build competition

• Buy rare and discontinued LEGO® sets*

• Win a minifigure tombola!*

• Face painting*

To enjoy the LEGO® activities we recommend pre-booking entry to the museum via the SeaCity Museum website. To take part in tours or workshop visit WeGotTickets to book. If you would also like to visit LEGO® activities you will need museum entry tickets. You do not need to pay museum entry if only visiting to take part in a tour or workshop.

The following activities are available at various times throughout the day:

• Character led exhibition tour of Titanic – suitable for adults and children aged 6yrs+

• Clay Titanic sculpture family workshop

• Clock Tower Tour - suitable for ages 12yrs+

For further information please email us at

*small charges for drop in activities may apply.

**please be aware that there are steep steps – stamina and stout footwear is required

Starts: 10 Apr '22 10:00am

Ends: 10 Apr '22 4:30pm

Place: SeaCity Museum

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