This is a unique attraction in Orlando that recreates the world of Titanic from inside. Here, you can stroll through the famous Titanic rooms, including the Grand Staircase, First Class Parlor Suite, Boilers, and Promenade Deck. To keep you entertained as well as informed, there are trained actors in period costume portray famous Titanic notables such as Capt. Smith and Margaret Brown, sharing stories of Titanic’s passengers and crew during an hour-long guided journey on board the most famous Ship in history. For a more detailed exhibition, there are over 400 artefact and historical treasures, including the second largest piece of Titanic ever recovered. Do visit this attraction to go back into the yester age of Titanic.
The following are prohibited inside the galleries:
- Food or beverages
- Pets - Guide dogs and other service animals only.
- Photography - cameras, video camera phones.
- Large packages, shopping bags or back packs.
- Cellular phones must be turned off in the Exhibition.
- Smoking is not permitted in any area of the Exhibition Center.
- Child: $15.95
- Adult: $ 21.95
- 2 & Under: Free
- Senior: $19.75
- Online prices come at discounted prices, check the website for details.
- Group discounts are available for parties of 10 or more.
- Last tickets are sold one hour before close.
- Holiday exceptions: Thanksgiving Week - 10:00 am - 9:00 pm, Thanksgiving Day 10:00 am -3:00 pm, Christmas and New Year’s weeks - 10:00 am - 9:00pm.
- Guided tours are available beginning at 11 a.m. at the top of every hour.
- Rent a car.
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3.36% of people who visit Orlando include Titanic The Artifact Exhibition in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
42.31% of people start their Titanic The Artifact Exhibition visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Titanic The Artifact Exhibition
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Those who love museums and those who have a strong appreciation for history will have an amazing time at this exhibition. This place transports you to Ireland and whisks you off along a journey that is historic. So much has been recovered from the doomed ship that there is enough to keep you entertained and engaged. My girlfriend and I were the last in our group to make it through the exhibition because we wanted to absorb all there was to offer. The room on the ship that opens up to the waters is remarkable and we didn't want to leave. History has so much to offer. I'm happy for experiences like this one.
After procrastinating for a month, I finally decided today is the day to tour this exhibit since it relocated. I was greeted warmly by the pleasant cashier. I had a couple of folks in my "group". Our guide was Captain Smith. He did an awesome job portraying him, answered all our questions with confidence. He then let us be to tour. He checked on us a few times before he had to "tend to the bridge". The artifacts were splendid. No words can express the feeling what those poor souls had to go through. I'm not going to tell any more of the details in the museum, you have to see it for yourself. There's one thing that did irk me a little bit. This has nothing to do with the museum itself. People would think, in an exhibit where there's other people looking at or reading about the artifacts, they'd have their kids on their "library behavior". There was a kid who excessively jumped up and down on the floor. If there was carpet, it wouldn't have been that bad, however, on a regular floor, the sound just echoes. Enough about that. I felt since the museum relocated, it was smaller than the previous place. Maybe it was just me. The tour is pretty much self pace, which I really do like. Take as much time as needed. No cell phones/No photos, totally understandable. I give the Titanic exhibit 4.5 stars, as previously stated, it seems smaller. P.S. If you tell the cashier when you buy tickets, you're a FL resident (with ID), you may get a discount :) P.P.S. On my boarding pass, I was a First Class passenger....and survived.
Well, we have been coming to Orlando for nearly 20 years now and always find something to do we haven't done before, visited here in August 2017 and so glad we did, this place is for everyone it is a part of history that everyone can relate to, you start off with your boarding pass and a card with the name of a person who was on board on that fateful voyage, it tells you all about them, why they were travelling, who with etc, at the end you can look that person up on these big charts with all the passengers and discover what happened to them, did they survive or not. The gift shop, that I think you can access without seeing the exhibit, has some really great stuff, we bought a piece of coal in a case with verification that was aboard the Titanic, and a White Star Line reproduction bowl that would of been used on board, we will definitely go back and buy some more stuff on our next trip.
We used the go City card pass so we didn't have to pay $20 bucks each. They don't allow pictures or videos which is pretty lame since they don't have anything that pictures or videos would hurt. They have 15-18 rooms but it only seems like 10-12 rooms due to the size of the rooms. Maybe that includes the hallways? Unless you survived the Titanic I wouldn't waste your time or money. Plus the tourist stuff they sell at the end is way over priced, like going to Disney Land.
We loved this place! I learned so many new things about the Titanic through this exhibit. You get boarding tickets (as your ticket to the exhibit) that have personal info from real passengers on the Titanic which was really neat.