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Titanic Exhibit Opens Today at Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

RMS Titanic, 1912

RMS Titanic, 1912

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
October 13, 2013 through March 24, 2013

On April 15, 1912, Titanic, the world’s largest Ship, sank after colliding with an iceberg claiming more than 1,500 lives and subsequently altering the world’s confidence in modern technology. 100 years later, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is paying tribute to the tragedy which continues to resonate through Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, where more than 250 legendary artifacts conserved from the Ship’s debris field are showcased offering visitors a poignant look at this iconic Ship and its passengers.

Tickets to this exciting Exhibition at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History are on sale to the public at www.fortworthmuseum.org or by calling (817) 255-9540. There is no more poignant way to experience the Centennial Anniversary of the maiden voyage of Titanic than through the authentic artifacts that have been recovered from the wreck site that can only be seen in Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition.

When

October 13, 2012 – March 24, 2013
Monday-Saturday 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Sunday 12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

Where

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
1600 Gendy Street
Fort Worth, TX 76107

Tickets

$26 for Adults (ages 13 – 65); $18 for Children (ages 4-12)
$19 for Seniors (age 66 and over)
$6 for museum members

*Prices include general admission to museum

Become a member today for First-Class Access and discounted tickets!

For tickets call: (817) 255-9540 or visit www.fortworthmuseum.org.

Museum phone: (817) 255-9300

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