My husband and I had visited the very 1st exhibit when it came to Vegas so many years ago. Wall to wall exhibits! So much to see! It was amazing! When this exhibit moved into this casino, the quality of artifacts dropped! If you haven't seen this exhibit, you're going to enjoy it. But like us, if you've seen what it was like before and see it now, it's going to be upsetting! We even saw the primary exhibit in MO. Beautiful and stunning. That's the mother ship right there! We weren't happy with the major changes here. This will be the last visit for us.
I come here every trip to Vegas to support this exhibit. Huge Titanic enthusiast. The guys who walk through the exhibit to answer questions are great. Only two things as constructive criticism, offer better prices or do weekly deals and allow people to take pictures of the stairwell. If people want to take professional pictures with your photographer , they are going to take them regardless. Give people a chance to fully enjoy it. I remember there was a time when “the big piece” couldn’t be filmed, so maybe you all will look into changing the rules at the grand staircase. Overall, I love it !
I love all things Titanic, and was excited to see there was an exhibit in Vegas. I'd recommend getting the 2 exhibit deal (you get admission for Titanic and the Bodies exhibit they have there). When you get in, they give you a "boarding pass" with the name and information of an actual Titanic passenger, and at the end of the tour you can see if "you" survived or perished. They have some really amazing things there: coins, clothes, suitcases, dishes, and more. My favorite was the actual piece of hull they have from the Titanic- pulled from the bottom of the North Atlantic. Overall, it was a really neat exhibit, and I'd probably go back again the next time I'm in Vegas.
We had recently watched a few Titanic documentaries on TV when I saw this exhibit was in Vegas. Really enjoyed it. A nice collection of artifacts and personalized stories of various passengers. Displays of first and third class rooms, as well as the grand staircase (spectacular) were fascinating! Like everything in Vegas they look to up-sell you (pictures, gift shop etc...) but that's no real surprise and it doesn't detract from the exhibit. The most astounding artifact is a huge piece of the Titanic's hull that was salvaged. I think I recall that it weighs some 25 ton's! It's some 15 feet tall and around 25 or more feet long. Most amazing is a plaque showing which part of the ships bull it came from (as huge as it is its a tiny piece of the actual size of the ship). We really enjoyed the exhibit. Recommended
Very respectful and informative. When you go in you are given a boarding pass for an actual passenger with what is known about them and who they were travelling with and at the end you can look to see if you survived or not. There are hundreds of artefacts but the personal effects and stories of individuals are very humbling. We were keen to see the piece of Hull which has been recovered and this doesn't disappoint as you can see both front and back. There is a board which shows which part of the ship it came from for perspective - that is mind blowing. Very beautifully done. I'm glad we visited.