Experience the legend like never before
On April 1912, a ship carrying over 2,200 people on board set off on its maiden voyage. Four days later, the passenger liner struck an iceberg and tragically sank in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean. Only 700 over survived.
Now, nearly 100 years later, the ArtScience Museum Singapore will bring to life the timeless story of the largest passenger steamship in the world at that time – the RMS Titanic.
Located at the Marina Bay Sands Singapore, the Southeast Asian exhibition debut – Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition – will feature over 275 artifacts, fourteen of which have never been seen before.
Occupying 2,500 square metres of the ArtScience Museum’s gallery space, this exhibition is designed to show the full magnitude of Titanic and the poignant tales of her passengers and crew.
A total of nine galleries will take visitors chronologically through the ship’s conception, construction, sailing day, life on board, the famous iceberg, Titanic’s sinking and the discovery of the wreck.
With a Discovery Gallery showing videos of the artifact recovery expedition from the wreckage site, a Memorial Gallery commemorating lives lost and an interactive Iceberg Gallery for adults and kids alike, this is an interesting exhibition not to be missed. Images of Singapore in 1912 – the year that the ship sunk – will also be showcased for a nostalgic trip down memory lane.
So come on down and mark the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s tragic voyage – right in the heart of the ArtScience Museum at the Marina Bay Sands.
Date & Time :
From 29 Oct 2011, Sat To 29 Apr 2012, Sun
10am – 10pm (Daily)
Adults: SGD $15-$28
Senior Citizens (65 years and above): SGD $14-$27
Children (2 - 12 years): SGD $9-$16
School Groups: SGD $10 Group Sales*: SGD $12-$23
*Minimum purchase of 25 tickets
CC4 Promenade (An approximate 10 minutes’ walk away) or NS27 Marina Bay (An approximate 15 minutes’ walk away)
Alight at pick-up/drop-off point near the Casino and the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, along Bayfront Avenue via Raffles Boulevard or Marina Boulevard. CONTACT PERSON / EVENT ORGANIZER MuseumEnquiries@marinabaysands.com