First Floor - White Star Line Room

White Star Line room and story of the Titanic

This room houses the epic story of the White Star Line and its founder Thomas Henry Ismay, who was born in Maryport in 1837.

Included in the story of the White Star liners, is the ill-fated Titanic and her sister ships Olympic and Britannic. Models of these ships are part of the display.

White Star Line

Titanic story at the Maryport Maritime Museum

White Star Line artifacts at Maryport Maritime Musuem

How to find us

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1 Senhouse Street,
CA15 6AB


Opening Times

April to October: Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat & Sun 10.30am to 5pm.

November to March: Fri, Sat & Sun 10.30am to 4pm.

We apologise that the Museum is temporarily closed as a precaution against Coronavirus.  There have been no cases in the vicinity but, as most of our volunteers are retired and some have health issues, it does not seem fair to ask them to take any risk of infection, however small.   Please check this website for further information.  Thank you for your understanding.  



Adult £3.00
Child £1.00 (Child under 18 must be accompanied by an adult)
Family £7.00

Group visits:  Adult £2.50, advance booking required
Harbour tours:  By arrangement
School visits:  By arrangement.

Free admission to CA15 residents*

*Proof of residence required

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