Titanic The Experience – Orlando, FL
Redesigned in January 2012 by RMS Titanic, Inc., Titanic The Experience is a blockbuster Orlando attraction located on 7324 International Drive near Universal Studios, Sea World and Walt Disney World. Become a passenger and travel back in time to 100 years ago, where authentic artifacts and interactive storytellers in period costume allow you to visit the unforgettable sights, sounds, and emotions of most famous Ship ever to set sail, Titanic.
This 17 gallery tour includes full scale room re-creations where you visit Titanic’s Grand Staircase, First Class Parlor Suite, Boilers, Captain’s Bridge and Promenade Deck offering a haunting, emotional connection to lives abruptly ended or forever altered.
In addition, you will now view more than 400 unique pieces of memorabilia and 100 artifacts recovered from the wreck site of Titanic- 21 of which have recently completed conservation and our on display for the first time. These celebrated pieces include a 3-ton portion of the Ship’s hull, the Captain’s wheel and personal belongings from Titanic’s passengers and crew.
The story of the sinking is legendary; now experience the wonder and tragedy of this ill-fated Ship on a journey through Titanic history at Titanic The Experience.
Recently redesigned in 2012, Titanic The Experience immerses visitors in the 100 year story as never experienced before. Titanic The Experience, exclusively features…
17 gallery, 20,000 sq ft Interactive Museum
Guided tours led by trained actors in period dress portraying actual Titanic notables
Over 100 newly added artifacts recovered from the wreck site of Titanic
“Little Big Piece,” 3-ton section of the Ship’s hull and the second largest piece of Titanic ever recovered
Located near Walt Disney World, Sea World, and Universal Studios on International Drive Orlando Florida.
Join us each Saturday, for the celebrated “Titanic Dinner Show”
Hundreds of thousands of visitors each year come to stroll through full-scale recreations of famous Titanic rooms, including her Grand Staircase, First Class Parlor Suite, Boilers, and Promenade Deck, where you can walk out and feel the chill of the cold Atlantic air as you gaze at the stars.
Exceptionally trained actors in period costume portray famous Titanic notables such as Capt. Smith and Molly Brown, sharing stories of her passengers and crew during an hour-long guided journey aboard the most famous ship in history. The exhibit showcases an extensive Underwater Room, displaying an 8-foot replica of Titanic as she appears on the bottom of the Atlantic today as well as over 400 artifact and historical treasures, including the second largest piece of Titanic ever recovered.
The first Titanic tourist attraction to open after the 1997 movie blockbuster, Titanic: Ship of Dreams — which was then renamed Titanic: The Experience and then renamed again Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition — stresses the majestic, first class side of the maiden voyage, the gruesome aspects downplayed. This makes for a marketable attraction in this family-friendly mecca and puts visitors in a more agreeable mood when they get to the gift shop.
The attraction, built into a strip mall, ushers visitors through a series of rooms. The first two feature actors in period costume (chambermaids and shipbuilders) who give you background about the Titanic and lay on the irony thick with dismissive comments about the lack of lifeboats. “Don’t worry about it; this ship is virtually unsinkable!”
During seven research and recovery expeditions conducted between 1987 and 2004, RMS Titanic, Inc., (RMST) recovered over 5,500 artifacts. One hundred of these artifacts are now featured at Titanic The Experience. During the summer of 2010, RMS Titanic, Inc. completed Expedition Titanic, its eighth and most ambitious mission to the wreck site of Titanic. These artifacts range from a massive 15-ton portion of the Ship’s hull on display at , to a delicate child’s marble measuring only one-half inch in diameter. “Little Big Piece,” the second largest piece of Titanic ever recovered, is now on display at Titanic the Experience. RMST maintains a comprehensive digital archive of these recovered and conserved artifacts, as well as photographic data from the site.