Titanic - The Artifact Exhibition in Orlando, FL

7324 International DriveOrlando, FL 32819
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This popular Orlando attraction is a true tribute to the world-renowned Titanic, featuring a full tour with realistic recreations of the ship’s most iconic features and spaces, such as the Grand Staircase, a First-Class Parlor Suite, the Verdana Cafe, and the Promenade Deck. Visitors can even see a real iceberg up close, as well as take on roles of actual passengers on the ship during the tour.

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from Ashley, one of our Orlando Travel Experts
  • Explore detailed recreations of the Grand Staircase, First Class Parlor Suite, Veranda Cafe and Promenade Deck.
  • View a real iceburg.
  • Actors in costume portray notable characters throughout the exhibit.
  • Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your tour time.
  • No food or drinks allowed inside.
  • Cameras are allowed inside the exhibit, but no videos.


from Titanic ~ The Artifact Exhibition
Titanic - The Artifact Exhibition has opened their new permanent home at 7324 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819, ½ mile North of Sand Lake Road.

Explore full scale recreations of Titanic’s most famous locales, including her Grand Staircase, First Class Parlor Suite, Veranda Cafe and Promenade Deck.

Exceptionally trained historians in period costume portray famous Titanic notables such as Captain Smith and Molly Brown, sharing stories of her passengers and crew during a guided journey. The multi-room exhibit also showcases an Iceberg which guests can touch to experience the cold of that fateful night.

An extensive Underwater/Expedition area displays an 8-foot replica of Titanic as she appears on the bottom of the Atlantic today as well multiple screens showing never before seen HD footage of the wreck shot during the most recent expedition, led by exhibit owner, G. Michael Harris.

Visitors can explore the ships interiors, learn about expeditions to the Titanic and discover answers to what happened the night of the sinking.

This attraction ticket does not include the Dinner Event.

Reserve Orlando Customer Reviews

Della Layton
Circleville, OH
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"titanic today"
July, 2015
Found the cast to be knowledgeable and friendly. Enjoyed the experience of pretending to be a Titanic passenger. We choose to come for my son who wants to know everything about history esp the Titanic. Very enjoyable
Tip: don't bring a camera no photography is allowed

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Warrington, United Kingdom
"Changed, but not for the better."
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed May 22, 2017 NEW
So disappointed with this. We went last year and enjoyed it so much decided to go back and really wish we hadn't. I'm sad to say I couldn't recommend this any longer. It's turned into a money grabbing waste of time. Instead of the guide explaining everything as you go, they now want you to pay extra for headsets to do the same. It's not the same! We were also asked to rush through so they could bring round a group who had paid extra for a guided tour!!! In fact the only time they want you to linger is in the gift shop. Families save your money & don't bother.
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Cathy V
Goldsboro, North Carolina
"I've seen better..."
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed May 22, 2017 NEW
I am a Titanic enthusiast and have visited the Titanic exhibit in Pigeon Forge, TN. I was expecting this to be very similar to that one. It wasn't. Don't get me wrong, it DID have its interesting parts, my favorite being the actual Titanic hull piece. (Very cool!) But I'd say that around 75% of the artifacts are replicas, we were not offered an opportunity to have an actual person as a guide, and my biggest issue...there were employees constantly going in and out of the exhibit rooms! (Using their "employee only" doors) It's kinda hard to get into the feeling of "actually being on the Titanic" when that kept occuring. It's not just my opinion about the replicas, they freely admit it, with white placards indicating replicas and black ones indicating original items. On the passenger card I received at the beginning (to indicate which "passenger" you were), when I compared it to the "living or died" wall, there was a typo in the name! Really?! I'd say if you are a genuine Titanic fanatic and are able to, visit the Titanic exhibit in TN. It's the actual form of the ship, the workers are in costume, ALL the artifacts are real, and they do a much better job of giving you the total "feeling" of actually being onboard. The Titanic exhibit in Orlando isn't bad, just don't have high expectations.
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martin n
Kilmarnock, United Kingdom
"Worth a visit"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed May 18, 2017 NEW
Another of the experiences to visit which is a bit different to the usual theme parks. There is some lovely artifacts to see and mock up areas of the ship. The shop also has some nice things to buy. There was a tour guide when we visited which makes it even better. Well worth a visit.
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Holly C
"Soooo awesome!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed May 14, 2017 NEW
We did the dinner experience. Several folks were dressed in cocktail attire. Cocktail hour getting to talk with the actors while eating cheese and crackers was cool. Actors stayed in character and answered questions well. Dinner was pretty good ... I'd say a step above wedding food. Cash bar during cocktail hour and dinner - $2 cokes and $1 bottles water. Only tap water on tables. Many other reviews mention how you go into rooms that are colder - no jacket needed. Really awesome and authentic experience. Enjoyed looking at the artifacts and touching a piece of the hull.
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jennifer s
Fort Myers, Florida
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed May 08, 2017 NEW
The only 2 things I would have changed was there needs to be another tour guide in character. We had one in the beginning for 5 minutes then he disappeared. There was another by the staircase which was amazing and was so psyched to be able to take a pic there until we were told the pics would have to be paid for. So don't expect to be able to take one with your cell phone. That was a let down. Being a huge Titanic buff I was very touched by the experience. The temperature dropping in the rooms made an impact. I recommend it highly.

Frequently Asked Questions about Titanic ~ The Artifact Exhibition

What are the hours of operation?
Open every day at 10 a.m. and general admission tickets are available anytime during operating hours. Due to seasonality, closing time is at various times throughout the year. Please find the closing time of the period you will be in the area.

  • 6:00 p.m. (Last tour at 5 PM) - January to Mid-March, Mid-April to May, and September to December.
  • 8:00 p.m. (Last tour at 7 PM) - Mid-March - Mid-April and August
  • 9:00 p.m. (Last tour at 8 PM) - June - July

*Last tickets are sold one hour before close.

*Holiday exceptions:
  • Thanksgiving Week — 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  • Thanksgiving Day — 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Christmas and New Year’s weeks — 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
When are tours available?
Guided tours are available beginning at 11:00 a.m. at the top of every hour. The last tickets are sold one hour before close.

When should I arrive for the guided tour?
Please arrive 30 minutes prior to the hour you would like to attend the guided tour. You are also able to tour the museum on your own at any time. Titanic The Experience staff will make every effort to accommodate late arrivals.

Will we have to leave at a specific time?
No, you are welcome to enjoy the Exhibition for as long as you like, during operation hours.

What can I not bring into the museum?
The following are prohibited inside the galleries:
  • Food or beverages
  • Pets - Guide dogs and other service animals only.
  • Photography - cameras, video camera phones.
  • Large packages, shopping bags or backpacks.
  • Cellular phones must be turned off in the Exhibition.
  • Smoking is not permitted in any area of the Exhibition Center.

Approximately how long does it take to tour the Titanic Museum?
It takes about an hour and 15 minutes.

Is the museum handicap accessible?

What does the tour consist of?
Exceptionally trained historians in period costume portray famous Titanic notables such as Capt. Smith and Molly Brown, sharing stories of her passengers and crew during a guided journey. The multi-room exhibit also showcases an ‘Iceberg’ which guests can touch to experience the cold of that fateful night.

Are cameras/video allowed at the Titanic Museum?
Cameras are allowed, but video is prohibited.

Are guided tours available?
Yes. Guided tours are available at the start of every hour.

Can I bring food or drink on the tour?
No. Food or beverages are not permitted inside the attraction.