One of my favorite parts of this exhibit was walking the hallway of the 3rd class passengers and seeing the big piece of the ship at the end of the tour. I do feel they missed the explanation of how the titanic went down. I felt they brushed over that fact really quickly. There was a video at the end but no explanation. The photo lady at the staircase told me that the ship split at the staircase and they didnt have a photo of it. I definitely feel that fact was lacking. I was felt that the exhibit lacked information on each passenger and what their fate was. You see this long list at the end, but all throughout the exhibit they have information on different passengers and who they were but not if they made it. I wish they did. Overall, great artifacts to view and a humbling experience of its vast size. I would recommend the bodies museum over this exhibit. You can get admission to both for about $45, I would recommend that for the most bang for your buck.
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 !
Pros - really informative, something good to do inside away from the heat, convenient location, really helps you understand what happened on the ship and how they could have done things differently... educate the next generation. Cons - tickets were overpriced for the amount of museum there is to walk through. Taking photos by the staircase is kind of a scam to get you to pay for the photo (but I did it anyways since I didn't know if I would be back in Vegas).
This exhibit has some unique artefacts from Titanic, as well as main stairwell and the deck (which you aren’t allowed to film). It’s relatively small (but not too small), so plan to spend from 45 minutes to an hour. It’s a great option to spend the time for Titanic fans like me. However, $35 for such exhibition is too much, in my opinion. I lowered one star due to a very exhausting process of buying tickets at the booth - I didn’t have my ID which was required for the purchase with credit card. Overall, the experience was positive.
This was an exhibit myself and my 15 year old daughter was really excited to go and see. Having grown up in the 90's the Titanic movie was a huge love of mine which lead to a fascination with the true story behind the infamous ship. The exhibition was really well put together, you are given a boarding pass at the start of the tour and by the end you can find out if your passenger survived or perished and there is an interactive computer which tells you more information about how their lives continued after the Titanic sank, luckily both of ours both survived! The recreation of the first class staircase was amazing, the tour guide told us that it was true to scale and we were surprised as to how small it was, the exhibits and the recreation of the cabins were breathtaking. Most of all, we were in awe at the size of the section of hull that had been pulled to the surface, it gave a great idea of the scale of the ship as a whole. I would recommend this to anyone who has any interest in the Titanic history, it was a little expensive but worth every penny for the once in a lifetime experience.