Exhibit recreates what it was like to be a passenger on the Titanic

The world-class exhibition, running from June 23, 2018 through to January 11, 2019, will explore the Titanic’s compelling human stories, which are told through more than 120 authentic artifacts and extensive room re-creations.

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Third class cabin

Visitors will travel back 106 years and will be issued with replica boarding passes – the same that were issued to passengers aboard the Titanic. Visitors’ chronological voyage through the Titanic will chart the ship’s construction, life on-board, the ill-fated sinking and recent artifact rescue efforts.

People will also be able to marvel at the re-created accommodations and to press their palms against an iceberg while learning about countless stories from the maiden voyage.

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Iceberg

Toni McAfee, executive director of Lipont Centre, told the Richmond News that the gallery in Lipont was selected for the international exhibition because of its spaciousness and convenient location.

“At Lipont Place the Titanic exhibition will find a natural home allowing both the venue and the exhibition to make their debut in Metro Vancouver,” says McAfee.

“We look forward to welcoming all visitors, local and international, to the magnificent space and this world-class exhibition.”

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Titanic boarding pass

The Artifact Exhibition is produced by Premier Exhibitions, Inc., an Atlanta-based company that is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Titanic, its wreck site and all her passengers and crew through programs and exhibitions.

Before coming to Richmond, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition had already visited cities such as Paris, Las Vegas, Dublin, Stockholm, London, Cape Town, Guangzhou, Orlando and Melbourne.

Lipont Place
Lipont Place across the street from Aberdeen station is free and open to the public daily.

“Titanic is one of the most legendary tales of our time and we are thrilled to bring this remarkable exhibition to our hometown in Vancouver,” said Daoping Bao, executive chairman, president and CEO of Premier Exhibitions.

“Educational, emotional and appropriate for all ages, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibitiontakes visitors on a journey through the life of the Titanic. Along the way visitors will learn countless stories of heroism and humanity that pay homage to the indomitable force of the human spirit in the face of tragedy.”

More information about The Artifact Exhibition can be found at titanicvancouver.com or by calling 604-285-9975. Tickets are available for purchase at $17.95 for adults, $15.95 for seniors and $13.95 for students. Children under the age of 5 are free. Group pricing is available.

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