‘Titanic The Experience’ Set To Mark 100th Anniversary

By  //  March 19, 2012

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA – With the world preparing to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Titanic’s sole voyage in the spring, it is the ideal time for people of all ages and all over America and across the globe to experience the wonders of the most famous Ship ever to set sail.

"Jack and Rose" look-alikes. (Titanic: The Experience images)

At “Titanic: The Experience” in Orlando, a Jack and Rose look-alike contest was last month to promote the characters in the 1997 hit movie, which is returning in 3-D format to theaters for the anniversary of the ship’s sinking.

Featured at “Titanic: The Experience” in Orlando, the second largest piece ever recovered of the legendary ship’s hull.  Also, 100 new artifacts, including dozens that have never before been displayed, highlight the newly expanded and enhanced “Titanic: The Experience” exhibition that reopened in Orlando on International Drive last January.

With these never before seen artifacts, and the massive hull piece, “Titanic The Experience” is more authentic, interesting and awe-inspiring than ever before. Please let me know if you need more details on the attraction, photos or would like to attend the attraction.

Blockbuster Orlando Attraction

Redesigned in January 2012 by RMS Titanic, Inc., “Titanic The Experience” is a blockbuster Orlando attraction located on 7324 International Drive near Universal Studios, Sea World and Walt Disney World.

You can become a passenger and travel back in time to 100 years ago, where authentic artifacts and interactive storytellers in period costume allow you to visit the unforgettable sights, sounds, and emotions of most famous ship ever to set sail.

The 17 gallery tour includes full scale room re-creations where you visit Titanic’s Grand Staircase, First Class Parlor Suite, Boilers, Captain’s Bridge and Promenade Deck offering a haunting, emotional connection to lives abruptly ended or forever altered.

In addition, you cannow view more than 400 unique pieces of memorabilia and 100 artifacts recovered from the wreck site of Titanic- 21 of which have recently completed conservation and on display for the first time.

These celebrated pieces include a 3-ton portion of the ship’s hull, the Captain’s wheel and personal belongings from Titanic’s passengers and crew.

The story of the sinking is legendary – now you can experience the wonder and tragedy of this ill-fated ship on a journey through history.


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