1. Analee Young

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    The experience of it was amazing. Initially walking in you felt like you were in steerage. Then you moved along and felt like you were on the actual promenade deck. The kids loved being able to touch the iceberg. Seeing “The Big Piece”, we were in awe. Seeing the size of it, 15 tons, only being such a small piece of the ship was incredible. The stories that went along with the artifacts really made it seem more than “just a plate”. We give it a 4 star because we had to pay $83 for us and our 5 year old. $27 for a 5 year old seemed like we were taken advantage of. He didn’t really care to see the exhibit, but had to because we wanted to.

  2. Jeff Schreiner

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    This was so cool. I’m just sad I couldn’t get pictures of it, it kinda left a black hole in my scrapbook. But it was my favorite exhibit in Vegas this trip. Definitely worth the price and it was very immersive. I love how everything about the attraction is styled just like the White Star Liner ships. Very cool!The big piece was so eerie to see. An actual hulk of the ship, complete with history about who stayed on the inside of this section of wall. Be fast because it’s only going to be there for a few more years!

  3. Meredith Moseley

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    If you’re interested in the story of the Titanic, definitely go to this exhibit. There are so many interesting artifacts with nice interpretives explaining each one, from china and dinnerware to personal effects to pieces of the ship. The exhibit has a subtly climaxing layout where you almost forget that you are exploring a ship about to sink–until you get to the dark room with illuminated iceberg warnings and then walk out onto the frigid Promenade Deck. I have to admit, I was surprised how effective this interlude was; the deck is meant to simulate the conditions of that fateful night with pitch a pitch black sky studded with bright stars, and the clever use of mirrors makes it feel like the deck extends the several hundred feet that it did on the real ship. Then you enter “the iceberg room.” Yes, there is an actual “iceberg”–a huge mountain of ice that you can touch as you watch a video rendering of how the ship sank. The real show stopper, though, was The Big Piece, a 15-ton section of the Titanic’s hull. I actually gasped as I entered the room.Tip: Get tickets from Tix4Tonight on the strip for a $12 discount.Also: There is an audio tour available for $5, but I didn’t purchase it; there seemed to be ample interpretives to go through the exhibit without it.Last tip: I spent about 1.5 hours going through the exhibit. This was enough time to read just about everything, watch all the videos, and get my picture taken on the Grand Staircase.

  4. David Johnson

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    Excellent. A must see. So many artefacts that were recovered and an amazing layout. The staircase recreation and the deck layout is excellent. They even have a large piece of the titanic in one of the display rooms. Would recommend.

  5. Ashlee Payne

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    Incredible!!! A must see for all Titanic lovers! A full replica of the grand staircase, perfumes that still smell and a gigantic 1500 ton piece of the ship itself! Audi (hope it’s spelled right) was a wonderful unofficial guide! He could tell we were fanatics thirsty for information. He entertained us throughout the exhibit with extra incredible facts and stories! I plan to never miss whenever I go to Vegas.

  6. bubblelisa

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    Really loved it here – the exhibits are really well put together, and fascinating. You can really feel the story of the Titanic and amazing just to see some artifacts that were actually on board! Definitely worth a visit