The “must-see” showcase ‘Titanic in Photographs – The Exhibition’ is now on display at the Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA and will run through July 2018. Almost 100 period photographs are displayed, guiding the visitor through the immersive story of Titanic; from conception to her tragic demise. The exhibit offers a comprehensive, educational view of one of the most memorable moments in history; a story that continues to captivate the public’s imagination over 100 years later.
The synergy between Titanic and the Queen Mary is obvious; the latter being the most famous surviving ocean liner in history and built for the Cunard/White Star Line after their merger in 1934. Queen Mary would have been Titanic’s successor, as indeed she was for her near-identical twin sister ship, Olympic. RMS Titanic continues to be one of the most popular culture topics in the world. The touring Titanic exhibit feels at home on the Queen Mary whose legacy, historical worth and cultural influences continue to impress over a million on-board visitors each year.
Exhibit is now open daily from 11AM-6PM. General Admission Pricing: $27/Adult, $17.50/Child (4-11). The Titanic Exhibit Passport includes access to Titanic in Photographs: The Exhibition, Queen Mary Historic Exhibits, including the Ship Model Gallery AND One showing of “Sponge Bob Square Pants 4D: The Great Jelly Rescue” or BBC Planet Earth’s “Shallow Seas 4D” in the new immersive, special effects Theater. Titanic in Photographs: The Exhibition is fully accessible but due to the historic nature of the vessel, not all other areas are easily accessible by guests with mobility issues..
For Tickets and More Information, Visit: http://www.queenmary.com/tours-exhibits/titanic-in-photographs/