Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition at The Luxor

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition is located at the Luxor, the striking pyramid-shaped hotel and casino situated near the southern tip of the Las Vegas Strip. This highly popular exhibit has been seen by tens of millions of visitors. Here you’ll pass through astonishingly accurate reproductions of several of the Titanic’s most famous rooms while coming face to face with roughly 350 artifacts hauled up from the floor of the ocean near where the legendary ship went down all those years ago.

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Titanic: The Artifact ExhibitionHistory

The story of the Titanic has long since become the stuff of legend. World’s greatest ship strikes iceberg on its maiden voyage . . . we all know the story (or have seen the movie!) by now. That’s where Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition comes into the picture. Near the end of the twentieth century, scores of deep-sea dives were undertaken in order to explore the wreckage of the Titanic. Over time, these efforts yielded tremendous results, and thousands of items were salvaged from the ocean floor near where the Titanic met its demise.

Eventually, these artifacts were organized into a permanent show owned and operated by Premier Exhibitions, the same organization responsible for bringing us BODIES . . . The Exhibition. To this day, over 25 million people have seen their show Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, making it one of the most popular exhibitions in history.

Titanic: The Artifact ExhibitionThe Main Attraction

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition is brilliantly designed. When you arrive at the exhibit, your ticket takes the form of a boarding pass, and you set forth in the role of a passenger who was actually on the ship. From there, the exhibit is laid out chronologically so as to mimic what life would have been like on the vessel.

You’ll pass through some 25,000 square feet of gallery space constructed to function as replicas of portions of the ship. Prominent examples of spaces that have been recreated here include a first-class cabin, a third-class cabin, and of course, the Grand Staircase, which has built fully to scale. Throughout these remarkable spaces you’ll see room furnishings created by the same companies who manufactured some of the Titanic’s original goods.

And the real-life artifacts scattered throughout the exhibit are sure to give you goosebumps. Highlights include such haunting pieces as various pieces of luggage, one of the window frames that once adorned the Verandah Café, and floor tiles from the first-class smoking lounge.

Why You Should Go to Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

Where else will you be able to stand face to face with a genuine piece of the Titanic’s ruined hull? That’s right, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition (at The Luxor) is home to the largest segment of the Titanic’s hull that has yet been recovered from the ship’s watery grave. This 15-ton piece is an absolute show stopper, and is not to be missed by anyone with a passion for all things Titanic-related.

Why Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition is a Must-See

In addition to all the fabulous and fascinating features described above, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition also includes a replica of the Titanic’s outer Promenade Deck. What’s more, this incredible space is kept frigid at all times, so as to recreate the bitterly cold conditions of that fateful April night in 1912. Go see the exhibit, enter the Promenade Deck, close your eyes, and let your imagination run wild!