“Titanic. The Exhibition” Arrives in Seattle Offering Never-Before-Seen Artifacts, Life-Sized Recreations of Ship Interiors, and Personal Stories

Exhibit to open July 25 with more than 200 unique artifacts on display

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June 13, 2024 (Seattle, Wash.) – Ever since the fateful morning of April 15th, 1912, when the Titanic sank in the icy waters of the North Atlantic and claimed the lives of 1,496 people, the world has remained captivated by this heart-breaking tragedy. More than a century later, “Titanic. The Exhibition,” developed by award-winning creator and producer Musealia and presented in partnership with Fever, is set to arrive in Seattle following successful runs in London, Washington DC and New York City. Tickets are on sale now

Step back in time

“Titanic. The Exhibition” offers a unique 90-minute narrative journey that allows visitors to experience the human side of the Titanic story. Featuring over 200 objects, including personal artifacts from both passengers and crew members, visitors will experience a captivating journey through the life and legacy of this transatlantic. 

From photographs and handwritten letters to keepsakes and other personal effects, as well as life-size recreations of some of the ship’s interiors, visitors will have the opportunity to connect with the past and learn more about the history of the ship through the dynamic audio guides which also feature music and sound effects. A unique narrative experience, recreating the lives and stories of those aboard history’s most legendary ship on its maiden and final journey. 

Boasting never-before-seen objects, visitors will feel connected to the Titanic’s passengers, as they listen to their testimonies and by experiencing detailed recreations of the ship’s interior, including a First-Class Hallway, First-Class Suite, a Third-Class Cabin and the “Marconi Room” (navigation cabin). 

The exhibition is the result of years of work and research led by the Musealia team, the Spanish company that created some of the most successful historical exhibitions in Europe and the USA, and the collaboration with noted Swedish historian Claes-Göran Wetterholm, one of the world's foremost experts on the Titanic and author of several books on the ship, most notably “Titanic” (1988).

Opening on Thursday, July 25, 2024, “Titanic. The Exhibition” will be hosted at the historic Maritime Building, located in downtown Seattle’s waterfront district. Tickets are now available with pricing starting at $34 for adults and $29 for children (ages 4-12, under 4 are free). For those looking to enhance their experience,  special VIP tickets are available, offering fast-track entry and a souvenir pint glass. Tickets can be purchased online at https://titanicexhibition.com/seattle/


Location: Maritime Building - 906 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98104

Dates & Times: Opening Thursday, July 25, 2024, hours vary

Tickets: Available for purchase now at https://titanicexhibition.com/seattle/ 

Visuals: High-res images are available here.

Press Contact: press-titanicexhibition@feverup.com 

About Musealia:

Musealia is an independent Spanish company dedicated to creating and managing touring exhibitions that explore powerful stories from our past to illuminate the present and inspire new ways of thinking about our future. With more than 20 years of international experience, our exhibitions are characterized by their strong narrative character, their historical rigor, educational value and emotional impact. Over four million people have visited one of Musealia’s creations in one of more than 70 museums and institutions in countries such as the United States, Mexico, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Denmark, Portugal, Estonia, Poland or Spain.

About Fever

Fever is the leading global live-entertainment discovery platform which has helped millions of people discover the best experiences in their cities since 2014. With a mission to democratize access to culture and entertainment in real life through its platform, Fever inspires users to enjoy unique local experiences and events, from immersive exhibitions, interactive theatrical experiences, and festivals to molecular cocktail pop-ups, while empowering creators with data and technology to create and expand experiences across the world.

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