Who hasn’t heard of HMS Titanic? Who isn’t blown away by the pure majesty, spectacle & insanity of this story? Well now you can learn more at Luxor Las Vegas…
Featuring more than 300 authentic artifacts, as well as breathtaking replicas from the famous ship, the Titanic exhibit truly brings history to life.
You can take fun pictures too..
The exhibition is truly enchanting with magical moments including an ice wall where you can fee the temperature of the water. An inspired installation.
I love that the roof and walls are identical to a cruise ship – you entirely lose yourself in the experience.
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We must remember this was a tragedy that became ‘entertainment’ via the films and re-makes. The exhibit is very respectful of the 1503 people who perished when the ‘unsinkable’ Titanic sank.
The romance of this ship and its passengers is moving & enchanting. Some wives chose to stay behind with their husbands instead of climbing onto the lifeboats. It’s an incredibly moving experience.
It’s incredibly moving to see real life items recovered from the sea bed.
The museum / exhibit is a wonderful way to spend an hour escaping the campery of Vegas to experience the unbelievable reality of the worlds most famous cruiseliner.
They’ve done an incredibly classy job putting this attraction together. The artifacts are fascinating and the information is palitable but thorough.
Most amazing is a piece of the actual Titanic which was recovered from the seabed. This literally blows your mind. This is worth the entry fee alone.
It’s an enormous 15-ton section of the Titanic’s starboard hull, appropriately called the ‘Big Piece.’
At the beginning of the exhibit, you receive a boarding pass of an actual passenger on Titanic. I found this a little crass – this is not Disney btw, you must consider many people died through this tragedy.
I guess it’s ‘for the kids’ to keep them entertained. As you leave you find your name on the board of 1500+ who perished. I have to believe ever card is a survivor – surely?
Take photos to remember the Titanic forever. Celine would be proud…
Kids should visit this museum as it is pure history in front of your eyes, however, I’m sure those 35+ will get the most insight from it.
This exhibition isn’t trying to be cool or interactive, it’s simple giving you the rare and privileged access to one of the most famous, unbelievable and shocking tragedies in history.
The exhibition includes dramatic recreations of first and third class cabins, a replica of the Grand Staircase. Most impressive is the attention to detail.
As you walk through the exhibit you really do feel like you’re on a cruise ship – amazing atmosphere.
Travel back in time and experience the wonder and tragedy of the world’s most famous ocean-liner.
No photography is allowed. You need about an hour to do the tour.
I just loved it. Incredibly moving and well worth a visit.
Review by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 21st May 2019.