If anyone happens to go to Liverpool the Maritime Museum is free and well worth a visit. There is a section on Titanic and other famous ships, history of shipping in Liverpool and the docks themselves have sailing ships docked- sometimes there are crew there who will talk to visitors about their ships. I was talking to a fellow yesterday who has a sailing ship dated from 1900. I also went to a free Titanic event- a lady acting the part of a first class passenger- it was very good indeed.
The exhibition on Titanic is beautifully done, the lighting is soft and there is music playing which creates atmosphere as you look at Titanic artifacts- they include a tiny pair of men's spectacles, a life jacket, Lady Duff Gordon's maid's apron, a life boat name plate and even the builder's model of Titanic which is very beautiful. http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/mari ... apron.aspxhttp://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/mari ... ns/liners/
Next March Titanic will have a bigger new exhibition! I am looking forward to this! http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/mari ... s/Titanic/
And of course the White Star office building in James Street is still there to see.