Titanic: The Exhibition has traveled around the world in places like Macau, Moscow, Latvia, and Sydney. Now, it has extended its LA run due to high demand as it sails Angelenos into the past.
But what exactly should you expect at Titanic: The Exhibition, and what’s made it such a beloved experience? Below are our top five reasons why this moving exhibit is worth exploring!
1. Feel like you’ve stepped on board the RMS Titanic
Titanic: The Exhibition has meticulously recreated parts of the ship made famous by James Cameron’s film. Feel like a king or queen of the world as you walk past the ship’s dock, the Grand Staircase, and parts of the ship’s interior. The exhibit has even created a starry night sky overhead!
2. With new special group bundles for teachers and seniors, now is the perfect time to visit
If you are attending Titanic: The Exhibition as part of an educational group, school trip, or as a group of senior citizens, be on the lookout for discounted rates!
Youth Educational Groups/School Trip Bundle (minimum 16 passengers)*:
- Students: $20
- Adults: $28
*Please note that, for the educational groups, every 15 students you will get one chaperone ticket for free, and any additional adults will be $28. Educators will receive a guide for teachers about the exhibition, including detailed explanations of the exhibit and educational exercises for the students.
Senior Citizen Group Bundle (minimum 20 passengers):
- $25 per person
- Wednesdays – Fridays (10am – 7pm)
- Saturdays (9am – 8pm)
- Sundays (9am – 6:30pm)
3. Follow the Titanic’s entire lifespan—from design to recovery—with 300+ real artifacts from Titanic and its sister ships
One of Titanic: The Exhibitions most incredible aspects are the hundreds of artifacts on display. From the silverware actually used by passengers to recovered pieces of the ship itself, there’s no better way to learn about the Titanic than these historic objects.
And with so many lives tragically lost, it can be easy to get caught up on just the sinking of the Titanic. But this exhibition paints the full picture of the liner, including its design by Thomas Andrews, construction from 1909-1912, all the way through to its 1985 re-discovery.
In fact, at Titanic: The Exhibition you can even see what discovery teams saw during their diving trips. In the Discovery Gallery, artifacts emerge from sand beneath a raised glass floor, making it feel like you’re walking on the bottom of the ocean.
4. Learn about the current state of the Titanic’s recovery with a cutting-edge VR experience
As an optional add-on, you can dive even deeper into Titanic with a state-of-the-art virtual reality experience. It provides an in-depth look at the most recent forensic research related to the ship’s sinking.
5. See movie props from James Cameron’s Titanic
What Titanic exhibition would be complete without touching on one of the most successful movies of all time based on the historic event? The love story at the center of Titanic may be a work of fiction, but the props and costumes featured at Titanic: The Exhibition are very real.
Grab your boarding pass and prepare to set sail
Titanic: The Exhibition is now open at the Beverly Event Venue (4327 Beverly Blvd). Reviews have been glowing, with guests raving that the experience was “incredible” and “one of the most memorable exhibitions [they’ve] attended.” Tickets to this one-of-a-kind experience are available below!
Titanic: The Exhibition - Los Angeles