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Special Event with the Riverside Museum!
Mission: help your shipmate in the race to draw a picture.
Challenge: you can only communicate instructions using maritime semaphore flags!
The Lusitania was built at John Brown shipyard in Clydebank in 1906 . On May 7th In 1915 she was torpedoed off the south coast of Ireland with the loss of 1,195 lives, and led to the United States of America entering the First World War.
Join us for our exhibition, in conjunction with Glen Art, to mark the centenary anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania featuring objects, information about those on board as well as detailing The Tall Ship’s connection to the famous ship.
Funding via Glen Art thanks to the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Join us for a series of exciting sessions led by our Learning Team in our onboard cafe at The Tall Ship- grab a coffee and cake while the little ones enjoy the fun! Click link above for dates and more details!
Join us on Wednesdays at 11.30am for a volunteer-led guided tour. No need to pre-book, just turn up and join in! (Large groups over 8 people must call ahead to pre-book their own tour outwith these times and some charges may apply)