Titanic ship model.
Collection of Musealia.
The true story of a legend.
An exhibition by Musealia’s
expert team in collaboration
with leading historians.
Take an unforgettable journey with the passengers and crew of the RMS Titanic, on its first and final voyage.
Visitors explore the short but epic life of this legendary transatlantic liner, from its hubristic conception, through the shock of unexpected disaster, to the state of the present day wreck, which lies on the seabed, four kilometres down.
The true human stories behind the myth.
One of the largest Titanic collections in the world.
The exhibition paints a compelling portrait of the Titanic’s world through more more than 200 original objects, which provide 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.
Documents, images and significant fragments of the ship itself, including part of the grand staircase, letters written by the First Officer William Murdoch, the engagement ring of young lovers lost at sea, and the jewel that inspired James Cameron’s film, all connect us to the human tragedy and the lives that were lost.
Life size replicas of the interior of the legendary ship.
More than 3 million visitors worldwide.
Picture of Carl Robert Carlsson, 3rd class passenger.
New York, NY, United Stated
11.11.2022 – For a limited time
To be confirmed