Most people know the basic details of the historical event that was The Titanic. The first ship of its kind said to be “unsinkable” tragically struck an iceberg causing it to sink. When you visit Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition at The Luxor, you’ll experience the historical story like never before.
The display has over 250 artifacts that were on the actual ship. You’ll be able to explore intricate replicas of the beautiful Grand Staircase, the deck, as well as first and third-class passenger cabins.
Upon entry, you will be given a boarding pass with the information of an actual passenger of the ship. You’ll feel as if you’ve been transported back to 1912.
The exhibit showcases everything from how the Titanic was built, to that fateful night, and when it was rediscovered at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. The ship’s history is told through personal stories of passengers and crew members as well as the items, like luggage, that have been recovered over the years. The interactive sections like the outdoor deck allow you to feel how cold the temperature was the night of the crash.
The exhibit tells, and shows, the luxurious ocean liner’s history in an engaging way. It’s a great attraction for history buffs, kids, or just anyone looking for something different to do on The Strip.
This visually stunning exhibit is open Wednesday through Sunday from 11am to 6pm.
General Admission is $32
LV Locals $29
Seniors (those over 65) & Military $30
Children (ages 4 through 12) $24
Children 3 & under are admitted for free