The Titanic, deemed “practically unsinkable” by its builders, met its historic fate on a calm April night. Now you can see that ship’s whistle, guest luggage, personal artifacts of passengers, and more in this amazing exhibit.
In the early morning hours of April 15, 1912, before the sun’s first light, the RMS Titanic collided with an iceberg and caused one of the deadliest disasters peacetime waters have ever seen. The legendary Titanic now rests 12,415 feet (3,784 m) below the Atlantic Ocean’s surface. The ship carried some of the world's wealthiest people as well as emigrants from Great Britain and Europe seeking a new life in North America.
Since the discovery of her remains in 1985, artifacts have been recovered and put on display. In this 25,000 square-foot (2,322.5-sq m) exhibit, walk through authentic likenesses of first- and third-class rooms with furnishings by the original manufacturers.
See personal items of the passengers, a full-scale recreation of the Grand Staircase, a felt bowler hat, and glassware. Hear the engine sounds echoing and feel the bite of the cold, crisp air that the passengers felt on their tragic voyage.