A major exhibition on the doomed liner Titanic is coming to the Fylde coast.
The extensive display, entitled Titanic Honour and Glory, has already wowed crowds in Southampton, Hull and Cornwall and even on the Queen Mary – and was recently voted by The Times as one of the top five exhibitions in the country.
Featuring a host of artefacts from the liner which sank in the North Atlantic in April 1912, the exhibition will be at Lowther Pavilion in Lytham daily from June 8 to July 18.
It will be open from 10am to 6pm and will fill the studio bar area as well as the auditorium itself.
Roger McCann, Lowther Pavilion’s general manager, said: “Titanic is a name that resonates across the years and our fascination with the disaster is boundless.
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