Due to its great success, Titanic The Exhibition has extended its stay in KINÉPOLIS in Heron City in Paterna, Valencia (Spain), until April 20, 2020. Tickets to visit the exhibition can now be purchased at the box office and online.
KINÉPOLIS – HERON CITY
Avda. Francisco Tomás y Valiente s/n
From April 10th to 20th, ppen from 11 am to 9:30 pm uninterruptedly.
All tickets include free use of an audio guide, available in Valencian, Spanish, English, French, German and Portuguese. Please check for the availability of other languages.
Children under seven years of age accompanied by an adult with a ticket can enter for free. A ticket is required for the audio guide.
Tickets purchased online are subject to a €1.10 processing fee.
Special offer for Paterna residents
All residents of Paterna can enjoy a reduced price of up to €7 on Tuesdays (excluding public holidays). Promotion available at both the ticket desk and for tickets purchased online.
ID or proof of residence required.
Tuesday to Friday
Weekends and public holidays
* The reduced fare is available for children 7–14 years of age, students, jubilees or pensioners, people with disabilities, large family members and youth cardholders. Eligibility must be accredited with the corresponding card or document.
** Promotion valid for visits by groups of schoolchildren and adults of at least 15 people booked in advance. Reservations must be made at least two days in advance of the desired date of the visit. Group bookings are normally only permitted in the afternoon although morning bookings may be possible. Check availability at email@example.com.
The following conditions apply to visits to Titanic the Exhibition:
Failure to comply with any of these conditions or any requests by exhibition staff may result in admission being denied or expulsion from the exhibition.
Absolutely. In fact, many of our visitors are children. During the exhibition, visitors will enjoy life inside the Titanic, learning the real story. You can even touch a real iceberg.
We can provide you with a transcript of the audio guide (available in Spanish, Valencian and English). This will allow you to experience Titanic the Exhibition with the same intensity as the other visitors. If you need a copy of the transcript, please let us know in advance to ensure one is available.
No. Reservations are only allowed for groups of 15 or more. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket desk and online.
Email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your preferred day and time and the number of people in your group to allow us to process your request.
Yes. Tickets can be purchased at the desk for any day the exhibition is open.
We recommend visiting during the week, if possible, when Titanic the Exhibition is not as busy. During the weekends, mornings are usually quieter.
You can print your tickets out or, if you prefer, you can show the PDF on your mobile phone or tablet.
Email us at email@example.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Yes, but there are some restrictions. The use of mobile phones and non-professional cameras is allowed, provided you don’t use a flash, tripod, selfie stick or any other device that could obstruct the movement and view of the other visitors. If we deem it necessary, we may temporarily prohibit taking photographs to ensure the exhibition runs as smoothly as possible and for optimal conservation of the collection. Remember to share your experience on social networks, tagging us and using the official hashtag for the exhibition #TitanicValencia to allow us to see your photos.
Visits last around 80–90 minutes, although you can stay inside the exhibition for longer if you want. Remember that the exhibition closes and all visitors must leave by 22.30.