My wife and I went last there last Thursday, we arrived there about 2:30PM, and that was the last
opportunity to see the exhibition that day. We are both Seniors, not that seniors, but seniors. We both would have to pay $36.00, plus the $5.00 parkng fee. We instead bought a basic membershio, which allowed us to paid only $6.00 each, plus the $60.00 for membership, total $72.00 which I still considered expensive, but you other discounts for a year, make up a little bit for that. Later, of course, I saw in the back of our tickets, that if we got the membership those 6.00 each should have been deducted from the membership, so we found ourselves short of $12.00, since the agent that sold us that membership did not advice us of that.
The exhibit itself, like somebody else said, was good, kind of dark, and one of the important touch tablets with video on the sinking information was not working. I also would suggest, since that is the
longest part of the exhibit information, and videos, it should have a seat for the public to rest
a bit while watching the video of the sinking of the Titanic, since by then you would have walked and stand a good 90 minutes non stop.
It is I should say very informative, and interesting enough, among those who survived in the First Class deck, was a gentlemen whose second last name is the same as my father's second last name, the passenger was from Spain. There very intriguing facts, and learn a lot about the people in the Vessel, and some of their eccentricies and wealth.
Over all we were glad we went, but I would not do it again.
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