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The Titanic, Southampton - pub details

Address: Simnel Street, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 2BE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 42906) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Southampton Central (0.7 miles), Woolston (1.4 miles), Millbrook - Hants (1.5 miles)

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user reviews of the Titanic, Southampton

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Traditional pub in a downtown part of Southampton, strong on the 'Titanic' theme. It attracts its own crowd of 'locals' - but they're all friendly/chatty to visitors. 2 ales - one being Titanic of course - and karaoke if you want it (but easily avoided if you don't). The refurbishment has helped, but isn't quite finished yet.
Trev - 6 Dec 2016 08:52
The Titanic is in an area of Southampton where I haven't previously drunk, near the Docks. It's a fairly old-fashioned local where you're assumed of a warm welcome. But it was fairly quiet on my Sunday evening visit. Titanic Lifeboat & Morland Old Speckled Hen were the 2 ales. The Lifeboat wasn't really to my liking. Plenty of Titanic memorabilia, as you'd expect. This place feels a little off the beaten track. But it's actually fairly close to the centre of Southampton and I may well be back as there are some other decent pubs in this area that can be combined with this one.
blue_scrumpy - 28 Nov 2016 18:48
Undergoing refurbishment during my visit, yet still open for drinks. Kitchen is closed. Just out of sight of the city centre shoppers, but right on the tourist trail. Used to be called The Queen, but changed name to attract the tourists. Two casks, and one is always by the Titanic brewery, of course.
SilkTork - 28 Oct 2016 15:04

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