Orlando, Florida: Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

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Address:
7324 International Drive, Orlando, FL
Directions:
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 large painting of the vessel on the upper facade.
Hours:
Daily 10-6 (Call to verify)
Phone:
407-248-1166
Admission:
Adults $22.
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Titanic: The Experience.

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
Orlando's tourist attraction tribute to the doomed ocean liner. 17 galleries; guided tours led by actors; and "Little Big Piece," a three-ton section of the ship's hull. Roadsideamerica.com Report...

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Titanic: The Experience

Lee Everett, notable for his discovery of the "missing" pieces of the Titanic, is a curator here, and has a plethora of knowledge about the Titanic. This is a dynamic and growing exhibit that is well researched and contains some lesser known facts. This is not just a movie exhibit. Definitely a must for any history buff! For you active duty military there is a 20% discount.

[Slumlord, 10/16/2011]
Titanic: The Experience

The original Titanic Museum and re-creation is open again on International Drive in Orlando, but about a mile north of where it used to be. It has most of the same rooms and contents as the first one but they have added a Captain's Bridge and an interactive dive area. Costumed guides still lead you around and tell all about the one and only voyage.

[Rich Braham, 01/07/2009]
Titanic the Experience

Just went to Titanic the Experience. They are preparing to move once again to a new permanent space on International Drive. The new place will be 20,000 feet and have more interactive things, as well as the Bridge of Titanic. The tour guide told us the lease has been signed and it will close at the Science Center on October 12th and open in the Winter of 2008 at the new location on International Drive.

[Hugh McElroy, 09/11/2008]
Titanic: The Experience

The Titanic exhibit formerly at the now-half demolished Mercado complex has reopened in the local Orlando Science Center. It still has the same owner -- he just made an unusual arrangement to keep the exhibit there until the end of 2008 while they continue to search for a permanent home. They still have the tour guide/actors dressed in clothing from 1912 showing everyone around.

[Rich Braham, 12/24/2007]

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