The fate of Titanic’s maiden voyage has long captured imaginations in the century since she struck an iceberg and foundered in the frigid North Atlantic. From the bottom of the deep blue sea to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, the once-thought-unsinkable ship is pulling into port for Titanic: The Artifact Exhibit, opening this Saturday.
A ship full of artifacts recovered from the ocean floor will be on display in Fort Worth starting this Saturday. You can see all 250 of these items as well as tour replicas of some of Titanic’s rooms. You can get a sneak peak into the lives of people aboard Titanic as she steamed her way across the Atlantic. You can also pop in to the Omni Theater to see Titanica which has been playing for audiences as a sort of advance celebration of the opening of Titanic: The Artifact Exhibit, and it will play daily throughout the length of the exhibit.
This fantastic exhibit opens Saturday, October 13th and runs through March 24th, 2013. Tickets for museum members are $6; non-member tickets are $26 for adults, $19 for seniors 65+, $18 for kids 4-12, and $10 for kids 2-3. The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is located at 1600 Gendy Street. The FWMoSaH is open daily from 10AM to 5PM Monday through Saturday and from noon to 5PM on Sundays. They will be closed on major holidays such as Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. To buy your tickets or find more informations, visit www.fortworthmuseum.org