Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition in Orlando is an amazing look at never-before-seen Titanic artifacts. The exhibition also features recreations of certain parts of the world-famous ship! This experience is a must do for history lovers, as well as those interested in the famous ship. There are many different activities to do here that will make you feel as if you’ve stepped back in time to April, 1912. Read more about each tour below, or you can find the whole list of tours here.
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The Ship of Dreams Guided Tour
During this tour, guests will discover all things “Titanic”. You’ll learn everything from the construction of the Titanic to the many luxuries in the “unsinkable” ship to the technological advances that helped Titanic be ahead of its time. You’ll also hear stories about the passengers and crew that were aboard the grandest ship in the world. Also, during this tour, you’ll learn in depth about artifact recovery and the conservation of the items in the museum. The Ship of Dreams tour runs Monday-Friday at 11:30am and 2pm.
Titanic Adventure for Kids Guided Tour
In this tour, kids eight years and older will be able to explore the Titanic with a fun scavenger hunt. The Titanic adventure map will take you through the exhibition room by room as you search for the listed artifacts. This tour is great for a school trip, or those looking to learn about the history of the Titanic, and runs Saturdays and Sundays at 11:30am.
Heroes of Titanic Guided Tour
With this tour, you can learn about famous passengers that were aboard the Titanic. Heroes like Thomas Andrews Jr, Margaret “Molly” Brown, Ella White, Frederick Fleet and more showed bravery and valor by risking (and even sacrificing) their own lives to help others. This tour tells the story of their strength and courage. The Heroes of Titanic tour runs Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm.
Tales from Titanic Guided Tour
This spooky tour will tell the tales of myths, mysteries, and omens about the Titanic. You will also hear stories about premonitions that were reported by the ship’s crew and passengers. The tour begins by taking a stroll through the exhibition by costumed experts who are portraying passengers of the Titanic. They’ll tell haunting stories and conspiracies that took place before, during, and after the ship’s maiden voyage. The Tales from Titanic tour only takes place on select days in October and November.
Titanic First-Class Dinner Gala
One of the most exciting and immersive experiences from the Titanic exhibition is the Titanic First-Class Dinner Gala. You and your party will have a chance to recreate a part of history for one night! You will be a guest at one of the most famous dinner parties on the Titanic along with Captain Smith, Margaret “Molly” Brown and other famous first-class passengers. The Gala includes a Captain’s cocktail party, a tour of the Titanic exhibition, a first-class dinner, and exciting reenactments of the fateful night of April 14, 1912.
- First Course- Garden Salad & Rolls with Butter
- Second Course- Fresh Soup of the Day
- Main Course- Dual Entrée Plated Meal featuring:
- Chicken Versailles
- Sirloin (6 oz.) with Bearnaise Sauce
- Twice Baked Potatoes
- Green Beans
- Children’s Main Course- Chicken Fingers with Mac & Cheese
- Dessert Course- Chocolate Mousse with Brownie
Did you know that there are nearly 200 artifacts to view at the Titanic exhibition? All of these have been recovered from the actual wreck site of the Titanic by the RMS Titanic, Inc. The RMS Titanic, Inc is affiliated with this company, and it has conducted eight research and recovery expeditions to the Titanic. These historic items and artifacts have been carefully conserved and are continuously monitored and maintained. Although there are 200 artifacts from the Titanic on display in Orlando, the RMS has recovered over 5,500 artifacts from the site. Please note that in order to preserve and protect the artifacts, flash photography is not allowed in the Titanic exhibition.
If you are looking for an immersive experience that will make you feel as if you are on board the actual Titanic, look no further than Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition! You can even take pictures on a near identical recreation of the famous Titanic staircase. This experience is great to walk around and just take in the importance of the amazing artifacts. You can also try one of the tours and learn the many interesting facts about the “Ship of Dreams”. I highly recommend coming here to spend an afternoon. I guarantee you will walk away with brand new knowledge of this incredible ship.
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