Posted 27 Jan 2011
Titanic: The Artefact Exhibition, held in London from November 5th to May 1st 2011, is sure to delight both history buffs and casual museum-goers. The ill-fated and tragic ocean liner has fascinated people all around the world and has been the subject of countless primetime movies and local television specials.

Titanic: The Artefact Exhibition - What You'll Get to See:

The focus of the exhibit centres on the heroic people that actually experienced Titanic, but their stories are told using actual and historic artefacts rescued from the ship.

Each exhibit showcases various items by recreating the interiors of the ship in exquisite detail. Viewers will be able to see actual china with the White Star logo, tiny bottles of perfume, and many others.Finally, guests will end the exhibition by learning about the discovery of the Titanic 73 years after it sank, as well as the innovative recovery efforts that have been made to extract as much as possible from the bottom of the ocean.

Titanic: The Artefact Exhibition Details:

Titanic: The Artefact Exhibition is being held at the O2 Bubble, which is a state-of-the-art concert arena in the North Greenwich area of Southeast London. The average cost of tickets will be about £15-20 for the ticket. If you have questions about tickets, be sure to call +44 (0) 0844 277 4321. For general inquiries about the exhibition or the venue, contact +44 (0) 208 463 2000.Exhibition hours are Sunday through Wednesday from 11 am to 7:30 pm and Thursday through Saturday from 11 am to 9 pm. Keep in mind that tickets can be purchased up to an hour before the exhibition closes for the night.

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