There is a Titanic Exhibition coming to Los Angeles this fall where you can see hundreds of artifacts from the Titanic, its sister ships and the classic Titanic film itself.
Imagine Exhibitions and Fever have teamed up to bring Titanic: The Exhibition to life and it will be the "largest and most immersive touring Titanic exhibition" where people can experience a "narrative journey that brings to light the fates of the passengers and crew aboard the sinking ship." The exhibition will be coming to L.A. on Thursday, November 17th at the Beverly Event Venue and you can purchase tickets through Fever; which start at $29.50 for adults.
The exhibition will be interactive and will tell the "chronological and dramatic tale of the design, creation, launch, maiden voyage and tragedy of the largest and most luxurious ship in the world at that time." Guests will be able to see the hundreds of artifacts that survived the sinking of the Titanic and her sister ships along with props and costumes from the 1997 film, Titanic. Once aboard the fully immersive re-creation of the Titanic's interior, guests will get a boarding pass that corresponds to a passenger from the ship and will be able to follow that person's story as they go through the exhibition.
This seems like an amazing experience and the story of the Titanic is so historic. As guests walk around the exhibition, they will hear music from that time as they walk through the "two-story full-scale recreation of the ship's famous Grand Staircase, the first class hallway and millionaires suite, the third class hallway and cabin, the boiler room, and the ship exterior promenade deck complete with a starry night sky." For more information, click here.