Let's Travel - - U.S.A. | ANAHEIM/ORANGE COUNTY -

Do you want in­ter­ac­tive and to par­tic­i­pate in an ex­hi­bi­tion? Then this is a must. Take an ad­ven­ture back in time…an ad­ven­ture you might never re­turn from.

You are greeted “at the gang plank” by a host(ess) dressed in the style of the day, and given your board­ing pass. Yes…that is cor­rect. Each “pas­sen­ger” who en­ters the ex­hibit is treated like he/she was a real pas­sen­ger on the ill-fated ship when it de­parted on its maiden (and fi­nal) voy­age.

Your board­ing pass con­tains the name and iden­ti­fi­ca­tion of a real per­son who was on the Ti­tanic back in April 1912, show­ing you their oc­cu­pa­tion, cabin class, and a syn­op­sis on what he/she did. At the end of the ex­hi­bi­tion there is a Me­mo­rial Gallery with the names of ev­ery sin­gle per­son who was on the Ti­tanic... telling you whether they sur­vived or not.

I don’t care how old you are, ev­ery­one knows the story of the Ti­tanic and it is hard not to get even slightly emo­tional as you are brought in to the ex­hi­bi­tion. You will ex­pe­ri­ence the ship’s con­struc­tion and what life on board was like – in all cabin classes. What the sky looked like that night, be­fore she hit the ice­berg and, what it was like to evac­u­ate in to a lifeboat and watch the ves­sel sink be­fore your very eyes.


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