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Thoroughly enjoyed our night aboard the titanic! All the cast were excellent and the food was delicious. Made me feel part of it. Did feel that we were rushed through the meal though - needed to eat pretty quick! It was nice to be given...More
We visited the attraction a reckon about 9 years ago, wow it has changed - for the worse !!!! Clearly a lot of savings to be made.
We had a $4 saving voucher so I think for 2 of us was $38. Aimto take about...More
We celebrated our 25th anniversary here and couldn't have wished for a better way to finish off our day. The staff was amazing and full of character and charm! I do think there should be an age limit for young children as they really don't...More
I was hoping the Titanic Experience would be on the same level as the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge, TN but it was had more of an amateur feel. The ticket price is in line with the level of the exhibit. Don't waste your money...More
Not just some artifacts in museum cases! A time travel back into an era. Photos and setting involving and showcasing many actual items raised from the ocean's floor were emotionally moving. COuldn't believe I could actually touch a prt of the hull!!!!!!
Had a lovely visit at the titanic Experience. Had an informative chat with the manager Jessica while we were there; she didn't hesitate to answer our questions and taught us a few things we didn't already know. Definitely worth a visit while you are in...More
Overpriced at $23.00 plus $ 5.00 for an audio phone. This just a self walk through exhibit. No narration. No interactivity, no narration, no live docent to accompany the group and explain thevexhibits, just pieces of authentic and non authentic relics with written descriptions. In...More
Myself and my husband visited we entered the building and were greeted by the captain who was in character all the way though made the experience more special the artifacs are fascinating very worth while
As we entered, we were welcomed and handed two boarding passes. These passes listed individuals who actually boarded the Titantic. The whole museum is lied out like how the ship would have been designed room-by-room. Seeing the items retrieved from the shipwreck and walking into...More
It took us about two hours to go through the whole exhibit. I don't remember any seating areas in the exhibit for a rest unfortunately. That doesn't mean there weren't any, I just can't recall seeing them.