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Exhibits

Titanic Jewelry – Recovered Jewelry Gets Its Own Exhibit

April 9, 2014

On April 10, 1912, the 319 First Class passengers that went on board the RMS Titanic took a lot of things with them when they decided to go across the big ocean on the Titanic. Among the things they packed, like their clothing, shoes, and person toiletry items, many of them had very expensive jewelry […]

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Are Titanic Exhibits Around The Country Haunted By The Spirits Of 1500 People?

February 3, 2014

On April 15, 1912, the biggest ship in the world named the RMS Titanic sank below the frigid waters of the North Atlantic. On her decks, and within her interiors, were over 1500 people that were about to die in one of the most horrible ways possible, trapped with nowhere to escape with no help […]

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Titanic Quarter

March 2, 2013

The Titanic Quarter (TQ) in Belfast, Northern Ireland, has been labeled one of the world’s largest urban-waterfront regeneration projects.  Created on the site where the “unsinkable ship” was designed and built, TQ will eventually cover 185 acres.  A 30-year project, it combines residential, commercial, retail, educational and tourism space.  The first phase opened in March, […]

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Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

November 30, 2012

At the official website for Titanic:  The Artifact Exhibition  I found all the information needed to know what is offered at each exhibition, where they are located as well as opening and closing dates.  The site also contains information for Students and Educators including Teacher’s Guides for Elementary, Middle and High School.  These guides include […]

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