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Titanic, Las Vegas

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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4.5/5 based on 3,000+ reviews on the web
An unopened bottle of vintage 1900 champagne is on display at Titanic, as are hundreds of other artifacts salvaged from the wreckage of the ship. The interactive exhibits tell the personal stories of the people on board the ill-fated vessel. Tour the recreated first- and third-class rooms, then marvel at the luxury of the recreated grand staircase. You'll save money on the exhibition by purchasing a joint pass to the attraction along with the Bodies: The Exhibition exhibit next door. See Titanic and all Las Vegas has to offer by arranging your trip with our Las Vegas itinerary maker.
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  • If you are really interested in this kind of thing, the exhibit in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is much bigger, with more items, displays and more reasonably priced. 
  • Everyone has learned about the tragedy of the Titanic in some way. Found in Luxor Las Vegas, "Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition" showcases what life was like inside the "Ship of Dreams" in the first, s...  read more »
  • They've done an exceptional job of curating this exhibit (due to leave in 2018). You get a boarding pass of a passenger and get to find out at the end if they survived. The exhibit walks you through s...  read more »
  • Great exhibit, I would go through it again and take more time. This is a self guided tour to take at your leisure. There is a lot of information I learned that I had not yet read about in books. After going through the exhibit viewing all the items recovered from the wreckage of the Titanic, you are dropped out into the gift shop with various items which have a Titanic or White Star Lines theme. Be prepared to put away your camera, video camera or cell phone camera as pictures/video are not allowed in this exhibit. It is best to get the 3-exhibit deal from the ticket counter.
  • Amazing museum experience. It not only describes the ship's story and final voyage in detail, but gives a thrilling insight into the start of the 20th century and the lives of some of the people involved.
  • The family and I were VERY surprised by the number and variation of artifacts recovered from the wreck. I imagined a few plates and cups, the odd shoe and maybe a door knob but I was in amazement at this display. The " big" piece was very impressive. I would highly recommend this to anyone who is even slightly curious about the Titanic.
  • This is exhibit was incredible. It was packed with tons of incredible artifacts like 26x8 foot piece of the Titanic's hull which was absolutely breathtaking. As well as the Ship's compass, an uncorked bottle of champagne (still filled with champagne) which sat in the seafloor for over 100 years, and tons of other things. there were also several replicas of rooms on the titanic including the Grand Staircase, A first class state room, a third class room, the first class promenade deck, and an iceberg made of ice. I would not bring in children under 5 years old, they would not find it very interesting, but other than that, it's amazing for anyone.
  • Liked to see actual artifacts brought up from the Titanic. Good exhibit. Worth doing if into history.
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