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Titanic: The Exhibition

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Titanic: The Exhibition is an amazing interactive exhibition showcasing over 300 artifacts from Titanic and her sister ships. In partnership with the Western Australian Museum and Curtin University the exhibition will also showcase some of the incredible work happening with the historic World War II wrecks of HMAS Sydney (II) and HSK Kormoran as well as the stories of the historic Dutch wrecks off the Western Australian coast. Purchase your tickets today.

Event details

Journey into the heart of the Titanic with the world’s largest, most comprehensive exhibition about the iconic ship.

Date
12 Dec 2015 to 20 March 2016
Venue
Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
Cost
Ticket price varies, see website for details

 

More about the exhibition

Titanic: The Exhibition is an amazing new interactive exhibition sponsored by National Geographic, showcasing over 300 artifacts from Titanic and her sister ships and from famous films to tell the chronological, dramatic tale of the design, creation, launch, maiden voyage and tragedy of the largest and most luxurious ship in the world at the time. The artifacts are set inside beautiful fully immersive recreations of the ships interior and tell the latest details of her sinking and discovery. The artifacts are a combination of those that survived the sinking of the Titanic, her sister ships as well as items from the James Cameron blockbuster film Titanic. In partnership with the Western Australian Museum and Curtin University the exhibition will also showcase some of the incredible work happening with the historic World War II wrecks of HMAS Sydney (II) and HSK Kormoran as well as the stories of the historic Dutch wrecks off the Western Australian coast.

Titanic The Exhibition is an interactive experience, where visitors receive a boarding pass corresponding with a passenger on the ship. This allows the visitors to relate to the individual story of their passenger as they explore the first, second and third class galleries and the artifacts from each. They will hear the music of the era as they examine exact recreations of the ship’s interiors, stroll the promenade deck, and marvel at the famous Grand Staircase, the social gathering place of the ship.