An unopened bottle of vintage 1900 champagne is on display at Titanic, as are hundreds of other artifacts salvaged from the wreckage of the ship. The interactive exhibits tell the personal stories of the people on board the ill-fated vessel. Tour the recreated first- and third-class rooms, then marvel at the luxury of the recreated grand staircase. You'll save money on the exhibition by purchasing a joint pass to the attraction along with the Bodies: The Exhibition exhibit next door. With our custom trip planner, Las Vegas attractions like Titanic can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Do this if you have a few minutes and get a discounted ticket. It is iteresting to see all the artifacts.
Do this if you have a few minutes and get a discounted ticket. It is iteresting to see all the artifacts. more »
This is a very interesting and entertaining historical tour of the actual Titanic history with real facts and items to view that were found from the actual titanic ship this is a fun tour I truly...
This is a very interesting and entertaining historical tour of the actual Titanic history with real facts and items to view that were found from the actual titanic ship this is a fun tour I truly... more »
I love all things Titanic, and was excited to see there was an exhibit in Vegas. I'd recommend getting the 2 exhibit deal (you get admission for Titanic and the Bodies exhibit they have there). When you get in, they give you a "boarding pass" with the name and information of an actual Titanic passenger, and at the end of the tour you can see if "you" survived or perished. They have some really amazing things there: coins, clothes, suitcases, dishes, and more. My favorite was the actual piece of hull they have from the Titanic- pulled from the bottom of the North Atlantic. Overall, it was a really neat exhibit, and I'd probably go back again the next time I'm in Vegas.
We had recently watched a few Titanic documentaries on TV when I saw this exhibit was in Vegas. Really enjoyed it. A nice collection of artifacts and personalized stories of various passengers. Displays of first and third class rooms, as well as the grand staircase (spectacular) were fascinating! Like everything in Vegas they look to up-sell you (pictures, gift shop etc...) but that's no real surprise and it doesn't detract from the exhibit. The most astounding artifact is a huge piece of the Titanic's hull that was salvaged. I think I recall that it weighs some 25 ton's! It's some 15 feet tall and around 25 or more feet long. Most amazing is a plaque showing which part of the ships bull it came from (as huge as it is its a tiny piece of the actual size of the ship). We really enjoyed the exhibit. Recommended
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