A 10-day experience at Bristol's Paintworks, February half-term 2024.
This exhibition offers an incredible insight into life aboard the Titanic – the majestic passenger liner which sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on 15 April 1912 after hitting an iceberg, often regarded as one of the 20th century’s greatest disasters.
Through remarkable footage of the wreckage, along with real objects and interesting artefacts recovered from the seabed, the exhibition at Bristol’s Paintworks offers a rare chance to discover about the crew, engineers and passengers that set sail on the ship that was known as the ‘unsinkable’. Also on display are artefacts from the Titanic’s sister ship, the Olympic.
Experience the Titanic using large-scale imagery, audio, and artefacts.
Visitors will be able to see items and read stories about first, second and third class passengers from both ships, as well as discovering items such as silverware and chinaware, a photographic collection from on-board passenger and survivor, Father Browne, plus many more of the Titanic’s interior and exterior artefacts that have been recovered from the wreckage site.
A free audio guide is available, with beautiful music and sounds effects, to help bring the story of the Titanic to life.
Take a sneak peak at the exhibition…