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Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition: Tickets and Tours
Travel back in time to the golden age of seafaring, where luxury liners introduced ballrooms and chandeliers to the open ocean. Everyone knows about the tragic 1912 sinking of the Titanic, but not everyone has clapped eyes on the artifacts salvaged from the wreck.
Your Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition tickets give you privileged access to the haunting memories kept alive by the survivors, and you can explore replica rooms to discover more about life on board.
How much do Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition tickets cost?
The Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition tickets price varies according to age and whether you are a local or visiting from elsewhere.
Here is the breakdown for the Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition entrance fee:
Senior (Over 65): $33
Child (4 - 12 years): $27
Child (0 - 3 years): Free
Locals (with valid ID) $31
This gives you entry to all of the exhibition galleries inside the museum. Audio guides are not included in the Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition rate and are available for $5 each.
Combo tickets can be purchased for $45 and include entry to Bodies: The Exhibition as well as the Titanic museum. Both are located in the Luxor Las Vegas and can be visited on the same day.
Who is eligible for discounts?
Members of the military receive $7 off their Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition ticket, while senior citizens are offered a $2 discount on adult prices.
Should you book Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition tickets in advance?
Yes! We highly recommend booking your Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition tickets before you even arrive in Las Vegas as this is one of the city’s most popular attractions and places fill up fast. Booking ahead also means you can compare prices for the cheapest deals.
What will you see inside the Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition?
Your Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition tickets give you unprecedented access to some of the world’s most famous objects, retrieved from the wreck that lies 2.5 miles below the Atlantic Ocean surface. Owned by the prestigious White Star Line, the Titanic was on her maiden voyage from Belfast to America in April 1912 when she hit an iceberg and sank. The incident remains one of the most famous sea tragedies in history.
There are over 250 artifacts to take in, including luggage, porcelain dinnerware, and some tarnished ship’s whistles. Together with items of clothing and even a bottle of unopened 1900 vintage Champagne, these surprising finds give an intriguing insight into the lives of those who were on board that fateful day. There’s also a piece of the ship’s hull on display.
Meanwhile, replica rooms of some of the most prominent areas of the ship bring history to life. There’s a full-scale recreation of the Grand Staircase, as well as bedrooms furnished by the original manufacturers, and a section of the Promenade Deck. You can walk along the passageways, peek into the cabins, and even meet a few of the passengers during your visit!
How to get there?
For Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition entry, just head to the atrium level of the Luxor Las Vegas Resort, which is conveniently located on The Strip. If you are driving there is parking on site, but if you prefer to take public transport, the number 119 bus stops nearby.
When is the best time to visit the Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition?
If you want to avoid the busiest times, book your Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition tickets for the early morning or late afternoon when the crowds have eased. Weekends are popular so plan your visit during the week if you can.
The museum is open daily between 11 AM and 6 PM (or 8 PM in summer). Last admission is one hour before closing time.
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Make sure you book your Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition tickets in good time so you can secure your preferred date. Check prices online to find the best deals.
The museum is suitable for all ages and can be a powerful experience for children wanting to learn more about history.
You can’t take photographs inside the museum, but souvenirs are available in the gift shop.
Allow around two hours for a self-guided Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition visit, although feel free to linger longer.
Food and drink are not permitted in the galleries, and large bags should be left at your hotel.