The exhibition, which has already toured more than 30 cities, opened its doors on October 18th at 254 Mariner Passage of the National Harbor in Washington, where it will stay for a limited time.
In this short period, the traveling exhibit has already attracted the attention of more than 40,000 visitors. With its more than 200 original objects, including documents, images, and significant frames of the ship itself, the exhibition explores the short but epic life of this legendary transatlantic liner, peeling back the myths and misconceptions that surround the famous ship.
This is the second stop on a North American tour that landed in New York a year ago, with a selection of personal items never shown to the public before, revealing touching stories of the ship’s passengers and crew.
The unique narrative of the exhibition, accompanied by a carefully curated free audio-guide included in all tickets, provides an authentic encounter with the hopes and dreams of passengers and crew, many of whom made the journey as immigrants, seeking a new life in the New World. An immersive and unforgettable experience, suitable for all ages.
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