Free Admission to Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition with the Las Vegas Power Pass
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
Visit Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, free with the Las Vegas Power Pass
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition is a 25,000-square-foot exhibit featuring numerous items that were salvaged from the Titanic, including luggage, the ship's whistles, floor tiles from the first-class smoking room, a window frame from the Verandah Cafe and an unopened bottle of champagne with a 1900 vintage. In addition, the exhibit features a piece of Titanic’s hull, a full-scale re-creation of the Grand Staircase as well as a newly expanded outer Promenade Deck, complete with the frigid temperatures felt on that fateful April night.
These real artifacts, recovered from two and a half miles below the surface of the North Atlantic, tell the story behind the legendary Titanic’s fateful journey from construction and destruction to eventual recovery. Walk her decks, peer into her cabins and discover her passengers and crew.
Described as a floating palace, the incomparable Titanic was deemed "practically unsinkable" by the White Star Line and its builders. However, on a calm April night in 1912, the massive luxury liner struck an iceberg and slowly sank into the North Atlantic. Since then, many items from the wreckage have been recovered and added to Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition.
The personal artifacts on display offer haunting and emotional connections to the forever-altered lives of those on board the Titanic. Visitors even have a chance to walk through authentically re-created first and third-class rooms with furnishings by original manufacturers.
Please note: Valid for 3 and 5 Day Las Vegas Power Pass holders only.
Las Vegas Power Pass holders can only visit the Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition and The Bodies Exhibition on separate days. The Las Vegas Power Pass offers free entry to one exhibition per day.
Did you know...
- The Titanic was 882 feet 8 inches long and 92 feet 6 inches in breadth. Her designed waterline was 34 feet, 7 inches above the keel. At that waterline, Titanic weighed 52,310 tons or 117,174,400 pounds. The Ship's hull and superstructure contained 4,632,800 cubic feet (46,328 gross tons) of space. Of that, 2,183,100 cubic feet (21,831 net tons) were used to make money by carrying passengers or cargo.
- The Ship was built for several reasons. It was intended to be a cargo ship as much as a luxury ocean liner. The “RMS” in RMS Titanic stands for “Royal Mail Ship.” Titanic carried British mail to the United States. Besides mail, it also carried general cargo and frozen meat from America since at the time Europe could not produce enough livestock to meet its own needs.
- Titanic's wreck site is located 963 miles northeast of New York and 453 miles southeast of the Newfoundland coastline. Titanic lies 2.5 miles beneath the ocean surface, where the pressure is 6,000 pounds per square inch.
Please note: Your Pass must be presented at the Customer Service Booth (open daily 10.00 - 18.00). Children 3 and under are FREE.
|Monday||10.00 - 22.00|
|Tuesday||10.00 - 22.00|
|Wednesday||10.00 - 22.00|
|Thursday||10.00 - 22.00|
|Friday||10.00 - 22.00|
|Saturday||10.00 - 22.00|
|Sunday||10.00 - 22.00|
|Last Admission: 21.00|
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