The Titanic is a story that has been told many times. You can get up close and personal with some of its artifacts during your visit to The Artifact Exhibition in Orlando, Florida. You know that sinking feeling you get when someone tells a story about the Titanic? Well, it’s time to forget all those bad memories because now there’s an exhibit where people around Orlando can see some pieces of history from one of the maritime tragedies.
Located at International Drive, Orlando, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition is an immersive, educational tour of the doomed ship that will have you on edge. Watch as actors dressed in period costumes act out scenes from Titanic’s final hours for your viewing pleasure. First, take a guided tour through 17 galleries while listening to the story of what happened on April 15th, 1912. Then, watch as actors dressed in period costumes act out scenes that bring this tragedy alive for you.
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition in Orlando has a wide variety of artifacts to explore, including full-scale and underwater replicas. The exhibit brings the Titanic to life in a whole new way. With recreations of some of its most notable features, visitors can see how it would have been for those aboard on that fateful evening 100 years ago when they were going about their daily lives until disaster struck and everything changed forever.
Discover the artifacts of the Titanic like never before in this self-guided tour. See re-creations of the Grand Staircase, Promenade, and more while you learn about how they were used by passengers on board ships or hear stories from people who lost their lives when it sank to see why these spaces are so important. This is an interactive, self-guided tour of the museum’s collection.
For those who are interested in learning more about the Titanic but are not willing or able to take a guided tour of the museum’s exhibits, you’ll be happy with this self-guided audio walk. You can hear stories from famous people aboard that ship like Captains Smith and Brown and Molly things she said during her stay on board before it sank into a watery grave for good.
As you walk onto the Promenade Deck, it is hard to believe this was once a death sentence. The wind blows hard as if demanding an answer from those who would live on Titanic. However, their journey has just begun. Now there are two of them left standing side by side gazing out at all they’ve lost and yet still managed to save themselves, first among fellow passengers then ultimately even more than life itself through survival alone without hope.
One highlight of Titanic, The Artifact Exhibition, is the underwater replica. This 8-foot model rests on its seabed just as it would be if you found yourself underneath a shipwreck and look up at this beautiful sight, unsure what might lie ahead in your journey to survival with all those unknown risks around every turn. Alongside their newest discovery are more than 400 artifacts from wrecks like RMS Titanic herself; some even date back centuries ago when people had no choice but to rove across oceans by foot (or boat).
Other Nearby Attractions
Lake Eola Park is a fantastic place and the perfect spot to take a break from all of life’s pressures. The park has an architecture that will make you feel like you’ve been transported back in time, with winding paths and lush green trees surrounding beautifully carved out ponds dotting its landscape. Whether picnicking or sitting by the lake, there are plenty of places around the parks where people can get lost in nature… Read More