Merseyside Maritime Museum: Family Events September 2015

Merseyside Maritime Museum: Family Events September 2015 Merseyside Maritime Museum: Family Events September 2015


Venue: Merseyside Maritime Museum
Dates: 01/09/2015 - 27/09/2015
Times: 10:00 - 17:00


Titanic – Fashions and Fortunes
19 September
Intervals from 13.00

An interesting look at the fashions aboard the Titanic. Learn about the people that might have worn them and even give them a try yourself.
Drop in, no booking required

All Hands on Deck
27 September
Intervals from 13.00

Discover more about Liverpool’s maritime past and where some of our most famous phrases and sayings actually come from!
Drop in, no booking required

Tom, the May’s New Hero
27 September
13.30, 14.30 and 15.30

Come and hear the story of Tom, the cabin boy and his adventures on board the sailing ship, the Lady May.
Drop in, no booking required

Morse Code Challenge
26 September
13.00, 14.00 and 15.00

Are you smart enough to take on the Morse Code challenge? Join us to test your skills at sending messages without a mobile phone!
Drop in, no booking required

Music for the Classes
5 September
13.00, 14.00 and 15.00

Find out about the music surrounding the Titanic and the period in which she sailed in this fun filled session.
Drop in, no booking required

Cunard Objects
6 September
13.00 – 16.00

The Cunard Line is a world famous Liverpool company – find out more about their history and some of their well known ships, such as Lusitania, with our range of objects.
Drop in, no booking required

Port Sunlight Sea Dogs shanty performances
26 & 27 September
Intervals throughout the day

Set your feet tapping to rousing songs of the sea with these performances of traditional shanties!
Drop in, no booking required

Wondrous Warehouses and Crafty Cargoes
26 September
13.00 – 16.00

Come along and create your very own Albert Dock warehouse in miniature.
Drop in, no booking required

Pirate Festival
12 & 13 September
Intervals from 13.00

Bring along your little swashbucklers and join in our pirate activities!
Drop in, no booking required

Tall Tales of a Titanic Survivor
19 September
13.30, 14.30 and 15.30

The story of Charles Joughin, Chief Baker on board the Titanic. He can tell a tale or two, but should you believe him?
Drop in, no booking required

Wartime at the Piermaster’s House
20 September
Intervals from 13.00

Join us in the 1940s to find out what life in Liverpool was really like during World War Two.
Drop in, no booking required

Ismay’s Titanic – From Glory to Guilt
20 September
13.30, 14.30 and 15.30

Many people blamed Bruce Ismay, Chairman of the White Star Line, for the Titanic disaster. Our performances let you find out the real story as it may have been seen through the eyes of his youngest daughter, Evelyn.
Drop in, no booking required

Full details on the Maritime Museum website events page