Titanic, The Artifact Exhibition takes you back in time to April 1912, when Titanic set sail.
Titanic Museum in Orlando features more than 300 artifacts and historical items as well as full-scale room recreations.
The exhibition includes the second largest piece of Titanic ever recovered – a three-ton section of the original ship’s hull, interestingly named the ‘Little Big Piece.’
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What to expect at Titanic Exhibit Orlando
When you reach the Museum, you receive a replica boarding pass and assume the role of a passenger who was on the ship when it hit the iceberg.
As you walk through the exhibits, you will learn about the ship and its passengers.
Some of the highlights of the Titanic Experience in Orlando are the Grand Staircase, First Class Parlor Suite, Verandah Café, and the Promenade Deck, where you can feel the chill of the cold Atlantic air.
During your visit, you can also touch an iceberg that is the same temperature as the water on the day the massive ship sank.
Titanic Museum hours
The Titanic Artifact Exhibition in Orlando opens at 10 am all through the week.
From Sunday to Thursday, it closes at 8 pm, and on Friday and Saturday, it closes at 5 pm.
The last entry is always one hour before closure.
How to reach Titanic Exhibit Orlando
Titanic, The Artifact Exhibition, is located at 7324 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819. Get Directions
If you plan to drive, take I-4 exit 74A.
Turn east onto Sand Lake Rd, then make the first left (north) onto International Drive.
One block north, on the left, at the Carrier Rd. intersection.
You can’t miss the massive ‘Titanic – The Artifact Exhibition’ written on the upper facade of the building.
Is Orlando’s Titanic Museum worth it?
The Titanic Artifact Exhibition in Florida has a sad side because you know so many people died on board RMS Titanic after it hit an iceberg.
Yet, it is worth your time and money to experience Titanic Orlando.
During your tour of the replica of the ship, you will come across passenger stories that make you feel connected with the vessel and its destiny.
Buy Titanic Artifact Exhibition tickets in advance to avoid last-minute disappointment.
Best time to visit Titanic Artifact Exhibition
The best time to visit Titanic Artifacts Museum is as soon as they open at 10 am.
As the day progresses, the crowd increases.
Weekends tend to be more crowded than weekdays.
How long does Titanic Experience take?
On average, guests spend two hours exploring Titanic Artifact Exhibition in Orlando.
However, since it is a self-guided tour, you can take your time going through all the exhibits.
Depending on your pace, it can go an hour in either direction.
Visitors who opt for the audio devices tend to take longer listening to the narration for every exhibit.
Titanic Orlando tickets
These tickets for Titanic Museum in Orlando get you access to all the artifacts on display.
You can buy tickets at the door or online, but online tickets are cheaper because you get the ‘advance purchase discount.’
When you buy them in advance, you can also avoid the lines at the ticket counters.
Immediately after purchase, the voucher gets emailed to you, and on the day of your visit, you must swap the voucher for a paper ticket at the ticket window.
You can cancel this ticket up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund.
Audio guides in English are available on-site for an additional fee.
Adult ticket (12+ years): $24.70
Child ticket (5 to 11 years): $17.77
Infant ticket (up to 4 years): Free entry
Guided tours at Titanic Museum
Throughout the week, trained guides at Titanic The Artifact Exhibition Orlando conduct thematic guided tours.
During these tours, artifact specialists lead groups of 25 through the exhibition providing a personalized experience.
Tours cost $5 per person over and above the regular entry tickets.
Guests can choose from four different guided tours –
|The Ship of Dreams||Monday to Friday at 11.30 am and 2 pm|
|Titanic Adventure for Kids||Saturdays and Sundays at 11.30 am|
|Heroes of Titanic||Saturdays and Sundays at 2 pm|
|Tales from Titanic||October and November only|
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