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The RMS Titanic exhibit to be recreated with virtual experience

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Posted at 2:26 PM, Apr 15, 2020

To commemorate the 108th anniversary of the RMS Titanic’s tragic sinking on April 15, 1912, TITANIC: The Artifact Exhibition, which has permanent installations in Las Vegas and Orlando, is now available to experience virtually for the first time ever through TITANIC: The Virtual Experience.

Sprawling the entire 25,000 square feet exhibition, users will get an up-close view of living history, including nearly 400 artifacts recovered directly from the Titanic’s wreck site, dramatic recreations and to-scale replicas of the ship’s cabins and common areas, never-before-seen video content of the ship today and artifact recovery processes, and more.

The virtual experience is available at two price levels; the Light Version for $5 and the Full Version for $15. Each price level is accessible for one week and can be renewed at the point of purchase.

The virtual tour features more than 400 items from Titanic that are now on display at TITANIC: The Artifact Exhibition, all recovered from two and a half miles below the surface of the North Atlantic.

Items on display include personal belonging of the ship’s passengers and crew including luggage, whistles, eyeglasses, and more. In addition, floor tiles from the first-class smoking room, a window frame from the Verandah Café, and an unopened bottle of champagne with a 1900 vintage are featured.

The Full Version also offers users an exclusive look at never-before-seen video footage of ship and artifact recovery.

TITANIC: The Virtual Experience is available exclusively at http://titanic.live/. The first 108 individuals to download will receive the Full Version for free using code 109anniversary.