What can I expect from Titanic. The Exhibition?
Explore the real story of the RMS Titanic through recreations and personal objects that will allow you to connect with the passengers and the crew in a narrative, emotional visit.
What is the estimated duration of the visit?
The visit has an estimated duration of 80-90 minutes, however please note that if you are booking the last session of the day the doors will close 15 minutes after the start time and the venue closes 90 minutes after the start time to allow you sufficient time to complete the audio tour.
Will there be merchandise for sale?
Yes, we will have an assortment of merchandise available for sale.
Will there be guided tours?
No. The visit to the exhibition includes an audio guide which explains the exhibition room by room. Physical audioguides are available, subject to the availability, and you can also enjoy it by bringing your headphones and downloading the audioguide from your mobile phone. Make sure to charge your phone ahead of time.
Do I have to pay extra for the audio guide?
The Exhibition includes physical audio guides for your visit. Also the visitor can download it to their smartphone in this case bringing your own headphones is recommended. The audio guide is available in English and Spanish. If you would like to check availability for other languages, please contact us
in advance. As an alternative or if you don’t bring your own headphones,
I have a hearing impairment: how can I still enjoy the guide?
In this case you can request the transcription of the audio guide (available in English and Spanish), which will allow you to experience Titanic The Exhibition to the fullest just like any other visitor. In these cases it is advisable to contact us
in advance so that we can ensure the availability of the transcript.
Can I take photos or record the exhibition?
Feel free to take photos and share them with the hashtag #titanicexhibitionnyc. When taking photos, please make sure not to disturb other customers. Professional equipment, selfie sticks and tripods are not permitted. If deemed appropriate, the possibility of taking photographs may be temporarily prohibited for the proper functioning of the exhibition and optimal conservation of the pieces.
Do you offer Press Passes?
Covid safety on site
Any regulations in place at the time of the experience will be observed.
Can I bring animals? Are service dogs allowed?
No animals are allowed, except for service dogs. Emotional support dogs that fit on a handheld bag can access the exhibition as well.
Is there parking available?
There are many paid parking options around the venue, though there is no free parking option offered with the ticket.
What accessibility options are there for visually impaired guests?
An audio guide, free to access by downloading it to your smartphone and using your headphones, is available in English and Spanish. The audio guide tells the stories behind the objects, rooms and areas of the exhibition, taking you on a journey from one exhibit to the next. Physical audio guides can also be requested, subject to availability.
Are there chairs available? Can I be seated during the exhibition?
There will be benches throughout the exhibition.
Is the exhibition suitable for children?
Absolutely. In fact, many of our visitors are children. In the exhibition you will enjoy touring the interior rooms of the Titanic and learning about its true history, and you will even be able to touch a real iceberg.
Do I need to arrive at the start of my scheduled session?
It is recommended that you arrive as close as possible to the time stated on your ticket.
Is eating or drinking allowed during the exhibition?
What happens if I arrive late?
Your ticket will still be valid but conditioned to the available space in subsequent time slots which means you will not be guaranteed a time slot and may miss your opportunity to attend. Please be punctual to avoid this.
Will there be a coat check?
Yes, at a fee of $2.00 per person. Free of charge for Senior, Military, Student, Child and VIP guests as well as Carers.
What are the prohibited items at the exhibition?
Flash photography, alcohol, water, food and any kind of weapon including knives and guns. Anything which may disturb the other patrons is prohibited.
Will restrooms be available on site?
Can I smoke or vape?
Is the exhibition wheelchair accessible?
Yes. Please contact us
if you would like more information or require further assistance.
Do carers have to pay a ticket?
Carers are welcomed at the exhibition with free admission upon showing the appropriate documentation at the entrance.