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Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition Dinner Gala

  • 3-course meal served at Titanic: The Artifact Exhibit dinner gala
  • Interactive show recreates events on the eve of the Titanic's sinking
  • Admission, as well as a guided tour of the exhibits, is included 
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition Dinner Gala
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Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition Dinner Gala
From $58.99
You can explore the Titanic: The Artifact Exhibit on your own, but this Orlando dinner gala takes your experience one step further. Along with a guided tour of the 17 exhibits, enjoy a 3-course meal as you watch an interactive show that recreates the events from the night the Titanic sank in 1912. This experience also includes a cocktail party before dinner with signature drinks offered (own expense).
What to Expect
Meet at the Titanic: The Artifact Exhibit on International Drive in Orlando for your gala dinner experience.
This experience includes a guided tour. Your guide leads the way through the exhibits and tells you stories about what life was like on board the ship before it sank in 1912. Along your way through the museum, see 400 unique pieces of memorabilia, 300 artifacts recovered from the wreck site, and full-scale recreations of three parts of the ship, including the Grand Staircase.
Take part in a cocktail party before your dinner where you can purchase signature cocktails.
During your 3-course dinner, watch and join in on an interactive show put on by actors dressed in costume and playing the former passengers of the Titanic.
The tour ends at Titanic: The Artifact Exhibit.
Reviews (33)
1 - 5 of 21 reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
2nd time there ~ always enjoyable

We decided to go to this dinner gala again, after being there 2 years ago. It doesn't disappoint. The staff and cast were great. Very informative and entertaining. They have fun, but also give meaning and respect to the tragedy of Titanic and the passengers...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Dawn C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Nice different setup for a Dinner

We felt the whole Dinner which included also the afternoon before entry for the Museum is fair priced compared to other activities around Orlando worth the money. It is interesting setup with actors playing during the last supper of the Titanic. Dinner with 3 course...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank AndreasZillig
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Nice effort to bring Titanic as a real life experience as a passenger on board. Registration includes a “boarding pass” complete with name, country, reason for being onboard and some other information. Crackers, cheese etc before “boarding.” Interaction with a characters throughout the show. Meal...More

1  Thank jsauka
Reviewed January 29, 2019
Total Disappointment

They start you off with salty crackers and dip before the show only to discover a $2.00 charge for a can of soda "they describe as being at room temp and a glass of ice to put it on for additional fee. Really??? The show...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank learningtreedc
Reviewed December 17, 2018
Six-year-old Enthralled

I was worried if my 6yo granddaughter Serenity would enjoy the event. I needn't have worried! From the moment we got there, the actors, especially Violet, reached out to her and pulled her in to the scene. She enjoyed every minute of it. Thanks so...More

Date of experience: December 2018
2  Thank Vicki R
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December 25, 2018|
Response from MTLotts | Reviewed this property |
Most were dressed casual, some wore suits and gowns. Whatever you are comfortable with. I would avoid shorts and t-shirt. From their site: What is the dress code? We do not have a dress code, but this is Titanic, and you... More
November 27, 2018|
Response from MTLotts | Reviewed this property |
Salad, soup, main course, and dessert. The exact menu is on the Premier Exhibition website. Since this won't let me place a link, Google "Titanic dinner show".
July 26, 2018|
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Response from MTLotts | Reviewed this property |
There is no dress code. Some people were dressed in their Sunday best, while others were much more casual. The majority of the people, myself included, were dressed very casually. From the website : What is the dress... More