Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition officially opened its doors at Luxor Hotel and Casino almost a year ago and since that time has amazed young and old alike, welcomed a few hundred thousand guests and been explored by celebrities such as Renee Zellweger, Michael Buble and Jennifer Hudson. Available only during anniversary weekend, the Exhibition invites everyone in Las Vegas to celebrate the success of its first year with live classical music, complimentary tours, Titanic inspired tea and special discounts on authentic coal recovered from the wreck.
“The story of Titanic and her maiden voyage is one that continues to resonate with audiences around the world,” states Cheryl Mure, Vice President of Education, Premier Exhibitions, Inc. “We’ve been thrilled with our partnership with Luxor and love working with their exceptional staff and management as we present this blockbuster experience.”
Come be a part of the infamous story heard round the world and the Exhibition that is dedicated to its memory. Beginning December 18 and continuing through December 20, the Exhibition offers complimentary tea and fills the Atrium Level at Luxor with classical music, transporting guests back in time. As an added bonus, Lee Meredith, Titanic historian and author, gives complimentary tours each day at 5:30 and 7 p.m. with paid admission. Guests can also take home a keepsake that was part of the 5,892 tons of coal loaded onboard the Titanic when it left England almost a century ago. Each piece of commemorative coal comes with a certificate of authenticity and guests who mention the code word “holiday coal” during the anniversary weekend can receive up to 25 percent off.
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition at Luxor provides visitors with the opportunity to become a passenger and feel the excitement of that April day as they move through expanded Exhibition galleries; view more than 20 never-before-seen authentic artifacts including gaming chips, passenger personal papers and decorative sections from Titanic’s famed Grand Staircase; and experience the Ship’s historical journey in chronological order: from the construction yards, to her maiden voyage, first and third class room re-creations, the Promenade Deck, the Grand Staircase, the fated sinking, to modern day recovery efforts.
Tickets for Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition are $27 for adults, $20 for children, $25 for seniors and $24 with a Nevada ID. Guests must purchase a ticket before lining up for the complimentary tour with Lee Meredith. There is a limited number of people allowed on each tour, so buy early and be ready to start promptly at 5:30 or 7 p.m. Regular hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. with the last tickets being sold at 9 p.m. Please call 702-262-4400 for more information
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
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