LONG BEACH - ‘Titanic in Photographs – The Exhibition’ is now on display at the Queen Mary in Long Beach.
Almost 100 period photographs are displayed, guiding the visitor through the immersive story of Titanic; from conception to her tragic demise.
The exhibit offers a comprehensive, educational view of one of the most memorable moments in history; a story that continues to captivate the public’s imagination over 100 years later.
Based on the best-selling book of the same name by world-renowned maritime historians, Daniel Klistorner & Steve Hall, ‘Titanic in Photographs – The Exhibition’ takes the visitor on a journey back in time, through the eyes of those who were there, including Harland & Wolff’s professional photographer, Robert Welch, period press photographers & passengers on board Titanic and the rescue ship, Carpathia.
Alongside many of the images are display cabinets, containing over 150 genuine artifacts from Titanic, her identical twin sister, Olympic and even the rescue ship, Carpathia.
A Memorial Wall lists the crew & passengers of Titanic, driving home the cold truth of just how many survived and perished on that fateful night of 15th April 1912.
The exhibit is now open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. General admission pricing: $27/adult, $17.50/child (4-11).
For tickets and more Information, visit: http://www.queenmary.com/tours-exhibits/titanic-in-photographs/