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This was pretty interesting to me and most folks I was with. But, to a non-Titanic fan it might not keep your attention.
The good: The employees were super nice. They had a guy dressed up as the Captain, and a lady dressed up in...More
This place does not look like much from the outside, it is in a non-descript strip mall on International Drive, where there are hundreds of hotels, restaurants, stores, and attractions all competing for the tourist dollar. However, despite outward appearances, it is well worth the...More
My son (age 6) has quite an interest in the Titanic. We’ve read several books etc, so know a bit about Titanic already. This exhibition made parts of his knowledge come to life. Seeing the real artefacts and lifelike recreations of rooms on board was...More
I really enjoyed my visit, greeted by the captain and given a few minute tour by him then left to browse at our own pace. We spent nearly 2 hours here but I'm interested in the history of the ship and read the majority of...More
it was very nice and educational experience. we had dinner, the food was good. then we did a tour and reacted part of what the passengers were experiencing bf the titanic sank.
the actors were excellent. we also took pictures in the titanic, looks realistic.
We went on a day bus trip from the community we live in (OTOW) to this awesome event. First there was time spent in the lobby eating appetizers, optional drinks from the bar and staff dressed in 'period costumes' mingling with the crowd.
We came here as we cruised over on the QM2 to get to the USA from Southampton and went over near to where the Titanic sank. It was pretty pricey to get in as I only had one coupon booklet so could only get a...More
We visited the exhibit at opening time on a Thursday morning. Upon purchasing tickets we were given an information card about a passenger or crew member. Toward the end of the tour you can find out the fate of your passenger. The replica of the...More
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When I was there, a couple had 2 younger children and I was noticing that they didn't understand the exhibit and were bored, they were running around and not interested in it. I don't know if your child understands anything... More
When I was there, a couple had 2 younger children and I was noticing that they didn't understand the exhibit and were bored, they were running around and not interested in it. I don't know if your child understands anything about the Titanic, there are a few other places to go right around there they might be more interested in.
The tix prices are supposed to be about $20 if bought at the door or online. But we did not pay that. Don't remember exactly what deal we got but was probably on LivingSocial or TravelZoo. I think we paid much less. You can... More
The tix prices are supposed to be about $20 if bought at the door or online. But we did not pay that. Don't remember exactly what deal we got but was probably on LivingSocial or TravelZoo. I think we paid much less. You can get discounts just by looking online.