It is very interesting and sad at the same time. You see lots of objects that belonged to some of the Titanic passengers. The promenade deck was very atmospheric, dark with what looked like stars shining through on a clear night and the sound of water lapping on the side of the ship. You get to touch a real iceberg. You can learn about the first and third class accommodations, read stories of passengers and crew who survived. We wish we had taken advantage of the audio tour to enhance the visit. You can have your photo taken on the grand staircase and purchase it at the end of the tour. Part of the Titanic known as the 'big piece' is on display and a film shows how it was recovered. It certainly was a very enjoyable and interesting visit.
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