Titanic - The Artifact Exhibition in Orlando, FL

7324 International DriveOrlando, FL 32819
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Overview

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.

Good To Know

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.

Description

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

2 Reviews
Edward Murphy
1 Review
"Fantastic step back in time"
October, 2017
Wonderful detail, excellent presentation and The interaction with live actors dressed in the era provided a realistic connection to the tragic event. Well work the money spent. I would return again with friends on my next trip to the area.
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Della Layton
Circleville, OH
3 Reviews
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"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
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Ndaniels85
Derby
"A journey back in time that is worth the taking."
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 21, 2017 NEW
I first came across this attraction during my last trip to Orlando Florida. Prior to this I have visited 1 other Titanic Exhibition at the Marytime museum in Liverpool, which was good, though was only a tempory exhibition. The Titanic Experience in Orlando certainly blows this 1 out of the water. The people who operates this experience obviously put their hart and soul in to making this experience as realistic as possible. The moment you step through the doors, you feel like your back in 1912, as you wander through various recreations of parts of the great ship, including the Grand Stair Case, 1 of the State rooms, The bridge, the Prominade Deck etc. The event is even spiced up by members of staff dressed as titanic survivors who are more than happy to help you in what ever bits of factual information that you may want about the titanic and her sister ships. All in all, this is an attraction that is defenately worth a visit if you are in the area. it is a fascinating and an amazing experience to travel back through time to experience the ship as she use to be. I would defenately recommend a visit If your in the area.
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consumeradvocateUsa
usa
"very nice-enjoyable"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed October 26, 2017 NEW
we thought it was very good and enjoyed it very much. we loved going into each separate room throughout the tour, it got us feeling more like we were there. thank you for this place. staff is a little tough around the edges.
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Jamie D
"Informative and Interesting"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 18, 2017
We used a groupon for this attraction! If you're interested in history and even more specifically, Titanic, you will enjoy this exhibit. It includes many artifacts on display that have been brought up from the wreckage. There is even a piece of the ship that you can touch! There is lots of information to read on the walls and around the artifacts. It is long for young children.
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TTzz
Mesa, AZ
"If you’re into this kind of thing, it’s very much worth it."
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 14, 2017
I have been to a couple Titanic exhibits, I’ve actually probably seen most or all of this one before. But they have done a very good job on layout, decor, actors and displays. A good amount of real artifacts supported by closely related pieces to the Titanic, White Star and others. We bought our tickets on Groupon while standing outside the front door. Then walked in and used them. Saved a TON of money. Well worth the money and the time.
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60SUED60
New Freedom, Pennsylvania
"Excellent exhibit"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 13, 2017
Another must visit in Orlando....very interesting, many artifacts, some hands on exhibits (you can even touch an actual piece of the ship) narrators are dressed in the time period & offer a lot of facts, known & unknown....well worth the entrance fee, but check GROUPON for a savings....I wouldn't recommend small children, but maybe 8-9 on up....we were there almost 2 1/2 hours----well worth the time spent!!! 👍
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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?
Yes

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.