Redesigned in 2012, Titanic: The Experience immerses visitors in the more than 100 year story like never before. Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, exclusively features:
During seven research and recovery expeditions conducted between 1987 and 2004, RMS Titanic, Inc., (RMST) recovered over 5,500 artifacts. One hundred of these artifacts are now featured at Titanic: The Experience!
In summer 2010, RMS Titanic, Inc. completed its eighth and most ambitious mission to the wreck site of Titanic. These artifacts range from a massive 15-ton portion of the Ship's hull on display at the Luxor in Las Vegas, to a delicate child's marble measuring only one-half inch in diameter. "Little Big Piece," the second largest piece of Titanic ever recovered, is now on display at Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition.
The bottom of the deep ocean is a hostile environment. Over time, human-made objects will be consumed by bacteria, abraded by sediments, and corroded by salt and acids. Even the Ship itself is slowly being destroyed by iron-eating microorganisms; and will one day collapse on the ocean floor. Artifacts that are not recovered from the wreck site will eventually be lost.
RMS Titanic, Inc. is committed to recovering, conserving, and exhibiting artifacts from Titanic's wreck site to help preserve the physical memory of the Ship and the people who perished in the disaster.
Exceptionally trained actors in period costume portray famous Titanic notables such as Captain Smith and Margaret Brown, sharing stories of her passengers and crew during an hour-long guided journey on board the most famous Ship in history.
The following are prohibited inside the galleries: