On that fateful morning of 15 April 1912, the Titanic—the biggest ship ever built—sunk in the icy waters of the North Atlantic after hitting an iceberg. The disaster claimed 1,495 lives and the world was shocked by the news of the tragedy.
More than a century later, Titanic the Exhibition, with around 200 original objects from the Titanic and numerous life-size replicas of its inner spaces, has docked in Spain at Kinépolis in Heron City, Valencia.
This emotional exhibition strong>designed for all age groups will submerge visitors in an unforgettable journey to the past. It will allow you to experience the short life of the transatlantic liner, from its conception and construction through to the current state of the wreck, which lies on the seabed at a depth of four kilometres.
The eight rooms of the world’s most popular travelling exhibition also provide, like never before, personal accounts of the countless acts of heroism that took place on board, such as the story of Molly Brown, showing the more human dimension of the tragedy.
Tickets for Titanic the Exhibition include free use of an audio guide, with information, music and sound effects to accompany your visit, submerging you even deeper in the real story of the Titanic.