The Henry Ford Titanic Exhibit to set sail soon
Exhibition will continue through end of September.
BY LAURA CLARK, News Editor
Get your tickets now, because The Titanic Exhibit at Henry Ford Museum will be sailing out of town next weekend.
The exhibit came to Henry Ford Museum to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic on April 15, 1912. It is the largest existing exhibition of Titanic artifacts. Henry Ford Museum began showing the exhibition in April, along with a 3D version of James Cameron’s “Titanic.”
Did you visit the Titanic exhibit at The Henry Ford this year?
- No (53%, 9 Votes)
- Yes (47%, 8 Votes)
Total Voters: 17
So far, the exhibit has had more than 240,000 visitors, who have been able to view preserved artifacts from the sunken ship such as plates, cups, papers, shoes, photographs, and more. In addition, visitors are also able to see a replica of the Grand Staircase, hear about the discovery of the sunken Titanic, and feel how cold an iceberg is.
The exhibition is still on through the end of September, and tickets can be purchased through September 30 at $27 for adult non-members, $22.50 for youth, and $25 for seniors. Children under age 4 are admitted for free and members pay $10.
People are encouraged to buy their tickets in advance, as they are selling out quickly.
The price of a ticket includes admission to the Henry Ford Museum.