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Past Exhibition

Titanic

100 Year Obsession

This exhibition is no longer viewable to the public.

To see a list of what is currently available for booking, visit the Traveling Exhibitions main page.

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About this Exhibition

National Geographic was the first to unveil images of the wreck discovered by National Geographic explorer Robert Ballard in 1985. Take a new look, from its historic beginnings to the latest research, at the ship that has captured the world’s imagination since it sank on April 15, 1912.

Explore an intricately detailed 18-foot model of the ship, a floor interactive and touch table, props from the 1997 film, including a full size lifeboat, historical photographs of the ship and passengers, and the latest imagery by National Geographic explorer James Cameron of the wreck on the ocean floor.

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