The cost of living and doing things in St. John's is pretty high and this is one of the few attractions that you get more than your money's worth of entertainment for the cost. There are three different short "movies" offered that are generally pretty informative and entertaining. The Titanic exhibit is okay if you're into staring and reading over 40 different huge displays with quite a bit of written content. It takes a lot of focus to stick with it and it becomes quite apparent early on that whoever is responsible for this content is presenting the information from a very slanted point of view. I found it to be anti-capitalist and over the top with a personal vendetta against J.P. Morgan.
I found the oil and gas gallery to be pretty informative and educational and answered some of the questions I had about all of the ships coming in and out of the harbor in St. John's and just the industry in general. However, I had a difficult time getting into the main exhibits of the planet, province and people. I honestly think it's information overload to watch three movies, do the Titanic exhibit, the oil and gas exhibit and then all three of those exhibits as well. I guess if you wanted to devote your entire day and eat lunch there then you could certainly take it all in.
Overall, you definitely get your money's worth, in my opinion.
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