Although it has lost floor space in order to generate income as a result of "austerity" cuts, this is still a great place to visit and absorb the history of this historic town. Many a great liner has departed these Barrow docks and ventured all over the world. The Oriana, Orcades and Orama to mention just three are all mentioned. Some superb models form the centre piece together with historic footage tell the story. The Cafe is also a superb drop in destination within the museum. The majority of fare is made on the premises including delicious "homemade soup", which has become something of a talking point over the years and never disappoints.
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