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Titanic Exhibition until 6th March

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Dirmu G wrote a review May 2016
Eversdal, South Africa2347 contributions69 helpful votes
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I went twice - January with teenagers & February with my cousin. From the beginning where you see the piano and hear the music, right through the exhibition, you are introduced to the marvels & tragedy of the Titanic. They exhibit everything from the planning, building, how the ship looked & operated, to the tragedy. I like the personal touches where they give info on various well known & unknown passengers. Lovely souvenirs on sale at the exit.
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Date of experience: February 2016
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Globalgypsymike wrote a review Apr 2016
Strand, South Africa103 contributions25 helpful votes
We loved the whole experience and it was well done. We did notice that some of the overseas exhibitions were much larger so we wondered why that was. but overall a nice experience and some good moments in the gift shop to
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Date of experience: March 2016
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Niel S wrote a review Mar 2016
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I always had an interest in Titanic and what happened but to see items from the ship was simply amazing. The personal items were interesting but the decanter with the chip out of it, was the highlight. That missing piece, for me, was the summary of the whole the tragedy. One cannot be sure when exactly it got chipped but it surely happened as part of the sinking. When it visits SA again, go and see it!
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Date of experience: December 2015
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logiman2016 wrote a review Mar 2016
Frankfurt, Germany4 contributions
The exhibition was hugely disappointing due to the limited amount of artifacts on display. Considering the vast amount of 'treasures' salvaged from the wreck, all they had on display were a mere handful of the almost 6,000 items recovered from the ocean floor. Why was the general public not made aware of the actual limited amount that would be displayed compared to what was actually recovered? This could only be described as a very minor exhibition and at the price of R135 per person it was not cheap. If this is the norm in terms of Titanic Artifact exhibitions around the world people need to check what they can expect to see, and if they are prepared to pay the sort of entrance charge this roadshow deems justified for what they will actually see.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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Dancingthroughchaos1 wrote a review Feb 2016
Cape Town, South Africa636 contributions44 helpful votes
We were keen to see this exhibition before it ends in a couple of weeks. Turns out that you can buy tickets on the door though the website doesn't divulge this. Some fascinating artifacts hough not as imaginatively displayed as I'd anticipated.. Thank you Gino Hart for a thorough explanation - well worth the R50 extra to be talked through the whole thing. Absolutely knows his stuff; a little less disdain for 3rd Class/steerage passengers wouldn't go amiss. Some poor lighting should be easy to fix - especially the final montage - I couldn't read this from 3" away... Great idea to have entry tickets as boarding passes with actual passenger details and discover at the end if you 'made it'. The two room sets were very evocative; shame there weren't more. Poignant, tragic but compelling. And no, Rose's door will not be on display...ever!
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Date of experience: February 2016
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