In this section you’ll find lots of information to help you plan your day.
COVID-19 (Corona Virus) Update
As of 19 March, this venue will be closed to the public and scheduled events postponed until further notice – for general enquiries please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
More information at: www.southampton.gov.uk/coronavirus. To access our free online resources and downloadable materials please click here.
Tickets and Opening times
SeaCity Museum is open 7 days a week, 10am – 5pm including Bank Holidays.
Please be aware that during school term time, school groups will be visiting from around 10am – 2pm. During this time the museum will be busy and noise levels are likely to be increased. For a quieter experience we recommend arriving after 2pm.
Ticket Prices (All exhibitions)
Concessions: £6.00 (Under 16s and Over 60s)
Family (2 adults and 3 children): £25.00
Under 5s: FREE
Southampton Stories Only (Pavilion) Prices
Concessions: £2.50 (Under 16s and Over 60s)
Carers go free with a full paying disabled adult/child.
JOINT and ANNUAL PASSES
Joint tickets with Tudor House and Garden and annual passes are available – find out more here.
For more information about ticket prices and opening times please click here.
Lockers are avaliable at SeaCity Museum for paying visitors to the museum.
Handbag/rucksack size (Approx 27cm x 32cm);
£2 for 2 hrs
£3 for 3 hrs
Medium holdall (Approx 40cm x 80cm);
£4 for 2 hrs
£6 for 3 hrs
For reasons of security and safety, SeaCity Museum has a maximum bag size policy in place. Items over the above size will not be admitted and it would need to be stored elsewhere before entering the museum, one option is Oceans located at 160 High St, Southampton SO14 2BT
Museum address: SeaCity Museum, Havelock Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 7FY
SeaCity Museum has a suggested last entry time of 3pm as we recommend that you allow 2 – 3 hours to fully enjoy your visit. Our last visitor entry time to SeaCity Museum is 4pm as the museum closes at 5pm. Download the Titanic Trail and the Old Town Walk to accompany your visit.
You can plan your journey to SeaCity Museum quickly and easily on the My Journey Southampton website.
SeaCity Museum is situated on Havelock Road, on the former location of the magistrate’s court and Southampton Central Police Station. The museum is on the west facing side of the building with the entrance directly beneath the clock tower.
Directions from the M3:
Drive from M3 to Hampshire. Take exit 14 from M3 > Take A33 to A3024 in Southampton > At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Bassett Ave/A33 > Continue to follow A33
Go through 1 roundabout > At the roundabout, take the 4th exit onto Brunswick Pl/A3024 > Continue to follow A3024 > SeaCity Museum is on your left, on Havelock Road. The Civic Centre Clock Tower is a good reference point as the museum entrance is directly below it.
Directions from M27
Take exit 5 from M27 > Take A335 to A3024 in Southampton > At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Stoneham Way/A335 > Continue to follow A335 > Continue onto Dorset St/A33 > At the roundabout, take the 4th exit onto Brunswick Pl/A3024 > Continue to follow A3024 > The Civic Centre Clock Tower is a good reference point as the museum entrance is directly below it.
There are a number of city car parks within easy walking distance, the closest three being West Park Multi Storey, Civic Centre Forecourt and Marlands Multi Storey. Find more information on local parking.
Southampton Airport is nearby, approximately 10 minutes by train or 20 minutes by taxi.
Southampton has a wide range of hotel options. Search HotelsCombined to find hotels nearby.
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