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Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

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Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

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James Mc wrote a review Nov 2020
48 contributions1 helpful vote
Great artifacts from the Titanic recovery team. It feels like you stepping back in time. The artifacts are pretty cool to take pictures of. They will not allow you to take a picture on the grand staircase unless you use their camera and buy a photo for $20 at the end of the tour. You are able to buy a combo with the Titanic Museum and the Bodies exhibit in the Luxor together they were $45. You can rent a tour device for $5 each exhibit the Titanic or and the Bodies exhibit. They do have actors on the TV screens for each class describing what it felt like on each class. at the end of the tour you are able to scan your ticket they give you a pass your ticket and see if you lived or died also they have a wall of names of people who survived by class and by crew and people who died.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Robyn S wrote a review Oct 2020
29 contributions13 helpful votes
Not sure why I waited so long to visit this exhibit! It’s really fascinating and has some fun aspects of it. You are given a boarding pass of one of the guests and at the end you will see if you are a survivor or victim and learn more about their history. When you think about the then and now very humbling.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Amanda R wrote a review Oct 2020
Charlotte, North Carolina48 contributions32 helpful votes
So happy this was open while we were visiting last week. They have a ton of wonderful pieces and their displays and tour is very well put together. We've now seen both sections of the "big piece" having visited the Florida location years ago. The Exhibition director was there while we visited and told us all about the plan to go and explore more areas of the Titanic as it's starting to vanish from erosion.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Daniel A wrote a review Oct 2020
Columbus, Ohio279 contributions119 helpful votes
I enjoyed this experience, In my opinion it is more costly then it should be but it is fun. My favorite parts where getting to see actual pieces of the ship recovered and pretending to be a passenger and finding out if you lived or died. Its a walkthrough of what the cabins looked like for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd class passengers plus artifacts from some and a beautiful replica of the grand staircase. Followed by the ship it self. It kills about an hour if you really stop and read or get the audio guide. I would say definitely get the audio guide! (If you find my reviews helpful please mark it as so and follow me for more)
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Bryan Y wrote a review Aug 2020
Trowbridge, United Kingdom8 contributions5 helpful votes
Covid stopped us going as our flight's were cancelled, every hotel, even those that said no refunds gave us our money back. Titanic experience was the only one that didn't refund even with 7 weeks notice. So lost holiday and they made it worse....
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