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Titanic The Artifact Exhibition, Orlando

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Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition is an unprecedented opportunity to travel back in time and experience the wonder and tragedy of the world’s most famous ocean-liner, Titanic. Viewed by more than 25 million people worldwide, the Exhibition is one of the highest attended in history.

Over 250 authentic artifacts recovered from the wreck site of Titanic, as well as extensive recreations of some of the most famous rooms from the Ship, make this an educational and entertaining experience perfect for all ages.
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  • The best way to enjoy this museum is by joining the guided tour that they offer. It was a great experience and a lot of new things you will learn more than what the movie has offered. It is reasonably...  more »
  • The exhibits were all very well presented to appeal to all ages. The individual stories that are told by the exhibits are brought to life as if we were there. The only drawback was caused by the authe...  more »
  • For all fans of Titanic ... a unique gem not to be missed! Museum organized and super interesting. I highly recommend it
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  • What an awesome place to check out if you're in the Orlando area. Our favorite part was the mock up of the boat deck overlooking actual water. The room was very cold, and it really gave you the sense of being on the deck of the Titanic the night it hit an iceburg. Very great value for the price. Interesting museum if you're into Titanic history!
  • It was ok. My Husband and I just came here on our last day of our holiday to put in a bit of spare time. It turned out to be rather interesting. We started off with a tour guide but he didn't allow us enough time to read about all of the facts and look at the artifacts properly before taking everyone into the next part of the museum, so we just decided to go at our own pace and take our time without being rushed. If you're into history and are fascinated with Titanic then you will enjoy it. The replica of the Grand Staircase is beautiful and you will learn a lot about some of the people who boarded the Titanic, and some of it is very sad because a lot of passengers tragically lost their lives that day. Take a cardigan or jumper with you for the purposely very cold part of the museum. I'm very disappointed that they tell you that you can't take photos, what a shame.
  • I've lived in Orlando for six years, and this is the first time I've been to Titanic. I can't believe it took me so long! My family and I did the dinner show, and it was a night to remember. The food was pretty good, the actors were excellent, and the experience was fantastic! In the museum itself, they have many artifacts that were recovered from the ship. They also have a room with an iceberg that you can touch, and – even better – you can touch a real piece of the Titanic ship!
  • It was a very interesting experience to go on this tour. I've lived in Orlando pretty much all my life and I never even knew this place existed. I drive isn't a frequent place I drive through. The tour itself was enveloping, they give you a card that's like your boarding pass and has a name and background of one of the passengers aboard the Titanic on the fateful trip, and at the end of the tour there are glass placards of the crew as well as the different passenger classes of who survived and who passed. I apparently didn't survive but it was a neat inclusive experience at the end. I don't want to spoil the tour experience so you'll need to see yourself. I highly recommend it on vacation or if you live in Orlando.
  • Amazing. A very good experience for those interested in learning about the titanic. They own one for the only 2 peices of the ship that were ever brought up. The little big piece.