Sail back in time as you travel through a 17-gallery interactive museum full of artifacts and recreations of the Titanic. Guided by trained actors in period dress, dive deep into 100 years of history, from the shores of England to the depths of the Atlantic.
Step into a 20,000-square-foot (1,850-sq-m) facility comprised of exhibits, artifacts, and full-scale reproductions of ship locations like the Grand Staircase, a First Class Cabin, the Verandah Cafe, and the boilers. Next, step out onto the Promenade Deck where you can walk beneath the stars as you are enveloped by the chill of the Atlantic Ocean air.
Entertaining actors in authentic period costumes serve as your tour guides as they portray Titanic passengers and deliver firsthand accounts of their experience on her maiden—and final—voyage. With guides such as Captain Smith and Margaret Brown, hear stories straight from the mouths of passengers aboard the most infamous ship in history.
Tour exhibits that showcase well over 400 artifacts and historical treasures, including the so-called Little Big Piece, a section of the ship's hull weighing in at 3 tons, the second largest piece of the Titanic ever recovered. As you tour the museum, experience all the allure and spectacle of this doomed ship that still lies in the depths of the Atlantic.