The Museum of Gloucester is delighted to announce that their new exhibition, Titanic Honour and Glory, will be sailing into the city on Wednesday 29 June, running until Thursday 29 September 2022.

This incredible exhibition at the Museum of Gloucester, explores the legacy of the world’s most famous ship, revealing the unforgettable story of the tragic liner.

From her conception to her premature demise 110 years ago in 1912, the exhibition brings to life the history of the legendary ocean liner and includes genuine artefacts from the Titanic, her sister ships, owners the White Star Line, plus memorabilia from the 1997 James Cameron movie.

Voted one of the top five exhibitions in the United Kingdom by The Times, Titanic Honour & Glory gathers together an unrivalled collection of genuine and rare artefacts...

Exhibition duration: Wednesday 29 June - Thursday 29 September 2022

Opening times: PEAK SEASON (February half-term to end October half-term) | Tuesday-Saturday | 10am-5pm and Sunday | 11am-4pm

Address: The Museum of Gloucester, Brunswick Road, Gloucester, GL1 1HP. Get directions…

Visitor enquiries: or 01452 396131

Prices: Adults - £4.95 | Seniors - £3.95 | Ages 18-25 - £2.95 | Under 18s – Free

Booking enquiries: For all ticketing enquiries, please email

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Museum of Gloucester

Brunswick Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL1 1HP

01452 396131


Opening times

OFF-PEAK SEASON (End October half-term to February half-term) Tues-Sat; 10am-4pm.

Sunday 11am-3pm.

PEAK SEASON (February half-term to end October half-term)

Tues-Sat 10am-5pm.

Sunday 11am-4pm.

Please visit the museum website for more information at

What measures are we putting in place to assure your safety when you visit us?

- Changes to our opening hours
- Pre-booking encouraged
- Screens at staffing points
- Staff in face masks/gloves
- Layout changes to shop
- Clear, informative signage across the site
- Some interactive and activity areas removed

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