OUR EXHIBITIONS

The grand story of the “Ship of Dreams” is revived through Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition. Take a journey back in time to April 1912, when the Ship embarked on its maiden voyage. Guests receive a replica boarding pass, assume the role of a passenger and follow a chronological journey through life on Titanic. Hear stories about passengers and crew, while strolling through galleries featuring the Grand Staircase, First Class Parlor Suite, Verandah Cafe and more. Walk out onto the Promenade Deck and feel the chill of the cold Atlantic air. Touch an iceberg that is the same temperature as the water on that fateful night. Travel back in time and experience the wonder and tragedy of the world’s most famous ocean-liner.

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Titanic: The Virtual Exhibition houses an unrivaled collection of nearly 400 artifacts recovered directly from the wreck site of the RMS Titanic.

This marks the only experience where you can see artifacts directly from the wreck site and is curated utilizing the largest global and historical partnerships to bring the most recent and comprehensive legacy of Titanic.

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Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition has been viewed by more than 35 million individuals and is currently on display worldwide. Its two main permanent locations are in Las Vegas, Nevada and Orlando, Florida. 

The Las Vegas exhibition is located on the Vegas strip inside the Luxor Hotel and Casino. More than 400 artifacts and full-scale room re-creations are on display along with a 15-ton section of Titanic’s starboard hull, appropriately called the ‘Big Piece.’ 

The Orlando exhibition is located on the world-famous International Drive. The exhibition features more than 300 artifacts and historical items as well as full-scale room recreations. Also on display is the second largest piece of Titanic ever recovered, the "Little Big Piece," a 3-ton section of the original ship's hull. 

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