The Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
The Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition is a traveling exhibition that showcases the history, artifacts, and relics of the legendary vessel. It is located at 3900 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119. It has been traveling around the world since its inception in Seattle back in 2013. You can see it at various museums, but it’s only now that it’s making its debut in Las Vegas. Visitors to this immersive attraction can learn about the ship firsthand through interactive exhibits, hands-on activities, and there are plenty of opportunities for pictures and selfies with the infamous passengers. The exhibit is housed in several buildings spread out around Lake Mead Resort and Casino, which makes it both big enough to feel like one long experience but small enough to make you feel like you’re visiting an iceberg-filled ship with a dozen%-sized storage compartments.
The main exhibit at the Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition is called “The Artifact Exposition.” This is a vast gallery that takes you through a variety of exhibits and attractions. While you’re walking around this gallery you’ll see everything from movie stills and posters from the ship to model boats and a life-sized model of the ship. At the end of each exhibit is a “world-class finale” where guests are taken through a rotating door and into the casino where they can experience an authentic voyage through time as they play games like Blackjack, Rummy, or Deal or No Deal. The show is called “World’s Fastest Boat” and is actually pretty slow-paced.
While you’re waiting for your turn to see the exhibit, you can take part in various hands-on activities. There are a variety of activities such as guest trains, model boats, a kids’ activity area, and a rides-and-landmarks tour. You can also go on a scavenger hunt based around the exhibit. You can also go on a scavenger hunt based around the exhibit. There are clues hidden around the hotel and city and a players guide is available for those who want to search for the clues on their own.
If you’d like to take pictures with the famous people from the Titanic, you can. These include the ship’s engineer, the chief designer, the officers, and the crew. You can also take pictures with Leonardo DiCaprio, who is one of the auctioneers at the exhibit. If you’re lucky enough to score a photo with DiCaprio, he will sign a portrait of your little one!
Since the Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition is free, you don’t need to pay for admission. However, you do need to book in advance. You can get advance tickets at the Atlantis Resort Experience in the Caribbean or the Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. There are two types of tickets available for the exhibit at Lake Mead Resort and Casino. These are the general admission tickets and the themed party tickets. You can choose from the “Titanic” or “The Great Gildersleeve” tickets. The “Titanic” ticket is valid for general admission and costs $95 for adults and $75 for teens (13-17). The “Gildersleeve” ticket is for during the “Gildersleeve” show, which is a party-like atmosphere where everyone dresses up and the tickets cost $85 for adults and $60 for kids (5-12).
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