April marks the 100th Anniverary of when the Titanic set sail and sank.
As the world looks back on the years since the launch and sinking of the ship, The Titanic Artifact brings the luxurious liner to life with a glimpse into its Rare collection.
The exhibitions, currently on display in Orlando, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Detroit, Lansas City, San Diego and Houston offer a peek into life aboard the ill-fated vessel through artifacts retrieved over several dives- 2.5 miles down to Titanic’s final resting plAace on the Atlantic ocean floor. The Items include currency, passengers’ personal items, and more.
Alex Klingelhofer, Permier Exhibitions And RMS Titanic, Inc:
“Conservation of the wreck site and its artifacts is so important so that people can see and experience the majesty and tragedy of Titanic. Preservation will enable people to really understand Titanic, to become a part of its history and to carry that legacy forward to future generations.”
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