Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition At The Luxor Hotel And Casino - Las Vegas

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Journey back in time through this riveting, family-friendly exhibition of artifacts from the 'Titanic' on display at the Luxor Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. See more than 250 authentic items from the sunken ship, including a large piece of its hull, passenger luggage and an unopened bottle of Champagne. Also, explore meticulous replicas of the ship's cabins and its Grand Staircase. Through the historical displays, you'll get a feel for the opulence of the ship and learn what led to its sad fate.


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Head to the Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, and use your admission ticket anytime during the long open hours of Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition. Then immerse yourself in the dramatic, poignant history of the doomed luxury ocean liner, once thought to be unsinkable. Viewed by millions of people all over the world, this moving exhibition contains 250 authentic artifacts recovered from the wreckage of the ship after it struck an iceberg in the North Atlantic Ocean and sunk during its 1912 maiden voyage.

See recovered items including luggage, jewelry, china, ship's whistles, floor tiles, an unopened bottle of Champagne and a huge section of the ship's hull. Explore replicas of the first- and third-class cabins — complete with furnishings from the original manufacturers — and the ship's Grand Staircase.

Through educational displays, learn about the construction of the luxury ship; the series of events that led to its destruction; and the personal stories of the men, women and children who were aboard. Less than half of them survived when the Titanic sank.

Explore this fascinating, memorable exhibit at your own pace, and learn the true story of what happened to this most famous of ships that long-ago spring night.

Inclusions for Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition At The Luxor Hotel And Casino

  • Admission ticket

Exclusions for Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition At The Luxor Hotel And Casino

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Parking/Valet fees

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  • Loved this exhibit. Great insight into the building of the ship and the events surrounding the unfortunate tragedy. Actual artifacts on display. You even get a chance to see whether you survived from the card given to you at the start!

  • Really good

  • Loved this experience.

  • Didnt see why we couldnt take photos without a flash yet let young children in who were allowed to run about and shout and ruin any ambience there was. Maybe says on ticket that you arent allowed to take photos but I wasnt aware of it and as I wanted to show my daughter who bought me my ticket I was a bit disappointed.
    That ruined it a little for me but still managed to spend over an hour there looking at all the exhibits and despite that I would recommend to others.

  • The Titanic exhibition was amazing would recommend this tour

  • Interesting and well thought out exhibition, worth a look if you are interested in the history of the Titanic. The stories of how people did or didn't end up on the ship surprised me, very much, sliding doors moments.

  • I was so glad I took the time to see this amazing exhibition. Well laid out and respectfully presented. My children were enthralled and we all were amazed at the sheer number of artefacts that had been recovered and painstakingly restored. There are a couple of mock ups, which truly add to the experience. This is tour is highly recommended.

  • If your a Titanic fan, this is an exhibition that can't be missed. GREAT!!!

  • very good

  • Well worth a visit if you are interested in Titanic

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