The South Florida Science Center and Museum will be featuring ‘Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition’ until April 20th, 2014. The exhibit contains artifacts from the tragic sinking of the Titanic in 1912. Upon arrival, visitors are given a ‘boarding pass’ with the name of a real passenger and what class they were in.
Guests travel through a chronological journey of the ship’s sinking, seeing recreations of first and third class rooms, can get their picture taken by the Grand Staircase, touch an iceberg, and find out whether or not their passenger survived or perished.
As one of the largest exhibitions the South Florida Science Center and Museum has ever hosted, this exhibit is definitely a must-see for anyone in the neighborhood. Admission is free for members, $15.00 for adults, $11.50 for children under 12, and $13.50 for seniors (62+).
Also, the museum is currently looking for Volunteers to dress up as historical impersonators and talk to visitors who are ‘aboard the ship.’ If you are interested in experiencing the titanic exhibit in this very personal way or know anyone else who is you can apply to volunteer here.