Although living in the Netherlands, it was my first time visiting this Amsterdam EXPO. I like very much the premisses, whit a good space for exhibitions, a comfortable auditorium and a cozy cafeteria. the shop is the same as many exhibition places and museums, I mean, right at the entrance you can find this great deal of merchandising at your hand.
But coming to the Titanic exhibition. I like it, although I think that the display of items could be done in a more creative/interactive way. But in some parts of the place, a reproduction of the environment of the ship was done beautifully, like for instance a corridor made like one corridor of first class, just after the first room exhibition. And after the corridor, a reproduction of one veranda, also well done.
The items tell histories themselves. Also the money asked for the different classes of passengers and the reproduction of a room from first class and a room from third class, tells a lot of the difference of classes on British society at that time.
Tickets are reasonable, and a bit cheaper if bought by internet., although you have then to choose a specific time for your visit.
All in all a good learning opportunity.
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