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WORLD CLASS EXHIBITION FINALLY IN POLAND

Discover Titanic's true story, learn about technological revolution of ships and cultural changes in the late 19th century society. See over 200 artifacts - treasures saved from the bottom of the ocean. Get a real ticket - will you survive the crash?

SEE THE EXHIBITION

Over 200

AUTENTIC ARTIFACTS

2 000

m2 OF THE EXHIBITION

100

REAL STORIES

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

 

Who were the people on the ship?

Who were the people on the ship?

There was a real cross-section of society on the ship. From lords and recognized engineers, through marriages and families with children, to workers fleeing from the poverty and the spectres of WWI. Even on the verge of disaster, social divisions were very visible. You will find here the comforting stories of those who survived, but also many dramatic ones with no happy endings.

 

What were the Titanic interiors like?

What were the Titanic interiors like?

The interiors of the Titanic are the subject of many master's and doctoral theses. First-class decor, dishes served there, or armchairs bought specially for expensive cabins acontinue to inspire the creators of porcelain and interior architects. At the exhibition you will see not only numerous artifacts, but also fully reconstructed interiors - such as dining room, bedrooms and finally the people-favourite corridor.

 

What was the menu like?

What was the menu like?

The menu on the Titanic is a whole separate story. Each of the three classes ate something completely different. The eleven dishes served in the first class are the most impressive. Among the delicacies you will find, among others, beef sirloin, roasted pigeons, or goose liver pate. While travelers from the highest class were eating dishes with French-sounding names, while in the second grade it was quite good, the third-class travelers could hardly count on an extensive menu. It was definitely more modest - a few dishes, vegetable soup and chicken. Both the menu and the 1: 1 reproduced dining room can be seen at the exhibition.

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TICKETS & PRICES

You can buy tickets both online and at the exhibition.
MON –  FRIDAY SAT  –  SUN  –  HOLIDAY 
Standard 50 zł 60 zł
Students 40 zł 50 zł
Seniors over 65 40 zł 50 zł
Disabled 40 zł 50 zł
Kids (6-14 y.o.) 35 zł 40 zł
Family ticket (2 grownups+ 2-3 children ages 6-14 125 zł 145 zł
School tickets (10+ people) 30 zł 40 zł
Children under 6 l. Free entrance

* group reservations should be submitted to info@wystawatitanic.pl

Tickets can also be purchased at www.ebilet.pl and at the box office from 9:00 to 18:30 every day.

The exhibition is open from 9:00 to 20:00.

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