March 23 through October 27, 2013
On April 15, 1912, the world's largest ship sank 963 miles northeast of New York City after colliding with an iceberg. Most people, young and old, know of this Ship—Titanic, the Ship of Dreams, the Ship that came to a tragic end.
However, from this tragedy emerged heartfelt stories of the passengers that were onboard that fateful morning when the Titanic sank. Details of the Ship's demise became worldwide news and still, to this day, the history of Titanic lives on.
Now, visitors to the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science will have the opportunity to learn of the compelling human stories of those passengers on board through viewing Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, featuring authentic artifacts recovered from the wreck site of the world's most famous sunken ocean liner. Visitors can experience accurate recreations of the Ship's interior and can even experience the true nature of an iceberg.
On March 23, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition will make its New Mexico debut. The blockbuster exhibition, from Premier Exhibitions out of Atlanta, GA, has been seen by more than 25 million people worldwide. It will be on exhibit at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science through October 27, 2013.
Admission to Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition is $18 for adults, $15 for seniors and $11 for children. A special discount is offered for museum members at $6 per person. These prices include general museum admission.
Click here to purchase advance online tickets. Additional service fees may be charged for tickets purchased online.
Education Resources for Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition are available here.