On the fateful morning of 15th April 1912, the Titanic sank in the icy waters of the North Atlantic and claimed the lives of 1,496 people. More than a century after the 1912 tragedy, Titanic: The Exhibition – created by award-winning exhibitions creator and producer Musealia – arrives in London this December, after touring various cities across Europe.
Bringing with it a selection of never-before-seen personal artifacts that tell touching stories of the ship’s passengers, Titanic: The Exhibition will display around 200 objects from passengers, retelling a very human side to the story of the ship’s sinking. Visitors will be able to experience life-size recreations of some of the ship’s interiors and learn more about the history of the ship through dynamic audio guides, which also feature music and sound effects.
The exhibition is far more than a display of historic items: it is a unique narrative experience, a tale of the people aboard history’s most legendary ship on its maiden and final journey. Travel back to 1912 through photographs, handwritten letters, wayward keepsakes, and other personal belongings telling countless stories about fates and heroic deeds on board. As you listen to survivor testimonies on your audio guide, you’ll walk through recreated interiors of natural size, witnessing the stark contrast between a lavish first-class suite and a humble third-class cabin. Past and present come together in this emotional journey.
– Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays: 10:00am–7:00pm
– Fridays: 10:00am–8:00pm
– Saturdays: 9:00am–8:30pm
– Sundays: 9:00am–8:00pm