Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
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11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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goldendiv
Auburn, AL517 contributions
The Titanic Exhibit is fairly well done. I was expecting, from the advertisements, that it would give a better idea of what the ship was like. The construction phase was just briefly addressed in the first room, but it could have been covered more thoroughly. Wall placards were interesting and gave an idea of who stayed in each of the 3 travel levels and what it would cost in today's amount. An amazing amount of items have been recovered from the ocean - traveler items, ship parts and inventory. Some appear new, some were damaged but collectively it is very interesting.

The centerpiece of this exhibit is the large piece of ship hull that was recovered and is on display. A very touching display is at the end where it gives the name of each passenger and crewmember on the ship, and whether or not they survived. At the beginning of the tour, you get a ticket with a person's name and identity on it. At the end, you scan the ticket and learn if your person survived or not.

I enjoyed my tour but it only took slightly over an hour (not the 2-3 suggested). I was hoping for more displays of the ship interior. Overall I am glad I went to this exhibit.
Written November 7, 2021
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jessica p
Westlake, OH118 contributions
I have seen the visiting Titanic exhibit at the local science museum in past and this seems to have many of these artifacts. It is well done but a iittle cramped and if the people in front of you are moving slow you worry about social distancing. The piece of the hull is impressive and the way they make it colder as the night evolves was neat. They, of course, charge for photos at the grand staircase (Vegas style) Some question as to why these pieces are not in museum and the ethics. Worth the $39.
To get to the entrance go to 2nd floor--there are not signs to advise you and Luxor is crowded.
Written November 2, 2021
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arisha-hamzah
Montreal57 contributions
Inside Lexor hotel, they have two exhibitions, one of them is Titanic. I bought GO city card that allowed me to go to this exhibition as well. Or else i think the ticket for this activity was 20$. You need one hour to go through this exhibition. However if you are a keen knowledge seeker of the Titanic accident, you may take 90 minutes.
I recommend all tourist of the strip to visit this exhibition. You will experience a lot of things that you see in movies, documentaries etc.
One thing i found out, third class passenger was paying 40$ while first class passenger was paying 2500$. The gap was large i.e. social differences were wider in early 20th century than today.Perhaps we are more civilized today then earlier.
Written January 5, 2020
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Larry G
Auburn, CA207 contributions
We have been wanting to see this exhibit for years. We finally planned it and did it. It was not a disappointment. Hundreds of artifacts and a very good job of presenting the story made this a highlight of our trip to Vegas. When you start your visit, they hand you a card with an individual's name on it and a few facts. As you go through the exhibit, the human drama of the event hits you, as you see very personal items like eye glasses, jewelry and shoes people wore. At the end of the exhibit, they reveal the fate of your person. I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in the historical event.
Written August 24, 2022
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The_Wanderer1992
Columbia, MD1,655 contributions
My husband and I went here to see the Titanic exhibition while visiting Las Vegas. It's located on the second floor of the Luxor Hotel. It's expensive, but worth it if you're interested in the Titanic. This museum explores different lives of those who were on the ship from each class and has several artifacts on display. They have the largest piece ever taken off the Titanic on display.
Written November 27, 2021
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jehenson81
Washington DC, DC22,128 contributions
Solo
So this was the second stop of my three tickets for $57 and it was the best of the three. The normal price is $32 and it is worth the money. They have a huge collection of items recovered from the Titanic and strokes to go with each them. At the start they give you a replica ticket of an actual passenger and you find out at the end if you survived (my person didn’t). I was a little irked about no pictures of the grand staircase, but I snapped a quick photo from the doorway (they do this so you pay to have your photo taken. The story about the stacked China was cool (can’t tell you more as it would ruin it). Go if you have time, you won’t regret it.
Written March 6, 2020
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RetroGirl_Rita
London, UK59 contributions
This exhibition features a lot of human interest stories & on entering everyone is given the name & details of a passenger who boarded the ship, at the end you can discover what happened to you, whether you survived or not. Some fascinating memorabilia & the reconstruction of the staircase & the section of ship gives a real sense of reality.
I have seen other Titanic exhibitions which I think were better but this is still well worth seeing. Not over long, we loitered & read the detail on almost every board & it took about 1.5 hours.
Written February 6, 2020
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Daniel A
Columbus, OH314 contributions
I enjoyed this experience, In my opinion it is more costly then it should be but it is fun. My favorite parts where getting to see actual pieces of the ship recovered and pretending to be a passenger and finding out if you lived or died. Its a walkthrough of what the cabins looked like for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd class passengers plus artifacts from some and a beautiful replica of the grand staircase. Followed by the ship it self. It kills about an hour if you really stop and read or get the audio guide. I would say definitely get the audio guide! (If you find my reviews helpful please mark it as so and follow me for more)
Written October 14, 2020
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johnnnita
Napa, CA2,221 contributions
I actually stumbled (walked) upon this display while trying to get to M&M's World without going outside in the heat. You actually can do that for most of the way.

I've done something like this before when I lived here. So, I knew it was possible to actually walk from one casino to the other using the connecting walkways and passages from one casino to the other.

As I was doing this and entering the Luxor area, I came across this huge TITANIC exhibition and display. It truly was eye catching, even in Las Vegas (where everything is eye catching). However, I did not realize there was an actual exhibit related to it. Besides, I was on a mission to M&M's World.

Next time, I would stop and take in the Exhibit. I didn't walk back but took the tram. It was easier to return to the Mandalay that way. It's a long walk, but quite interesting.
Written January 1, 2020
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RescuedVegan
Hertfordshire, UK1,073 contributions
Couples
This exhibit and tour was both interesting and educational for us. We’ve been to Orlando and visited that exhibit there, and this LV one was just as visually and emotionally impacting.

The large part of the starboard side was amazing to see. I felt shivers when I walked around it.

It is quite eerie at times doing these visits but it’s important not to forget how arrogance can be so detrimental to so many, if not questioned. If you are interested in Titanic this is worth a visit.
Written January 18, 2020
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