Who has not come across the many forms taken by the famous and fateful story of the Titanic? Movies, plays, series, etc., have staged history´s most famous ocean liner story . If you would like to know more, go to the Navigation Pavilion of Seville to see the traveling exhibition “Titanic the Exhibition”.
No one can forget the work done in the romantic setting of the James Cameron film, with Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet, which became one of the most watched films in history in recent decades.
The Royal Mail Steamship Titanic, known simply as Titanic, was built between 1909 and 1912 by the White Star Line shipping company and was destined to be the world´s largest cruiser, with a capacity to transport 3547 people, including passengers and crew.
At dawn on April 15, 1912, during its maiden voyage, the Titanic sank after colliding with an iceberg, killing 1,495 people of 2223 aboard.
The great expectation, mystery and drama of the story, now can be visited at the traveling exhibition “Titanic the Exhibition”, located on the Navigation Pavilion of Seville until April 7, 2013.
This shows, 100 years after the appearance of the Titanic, it gathers some 200 objects from the original boat and several pieces of real-size replicas of the interior of this luxury yacht.
Among the items you can find pictures, documents and letters written by William Murdoch, who was the first officer and a gem that served as the inspiration for the film from Cameron.
With eight rooms to visit, this traveling exhibition seeks to dive into the atmosphere that took place on board so that the visitor feels like he was therein the recreation rooms of the Titanic, based on all reliable available information from this relic resting 4 km deep in the Atlantic.
For the story to be as authentic as possible, “Titanic The Exhibition” featured the work of historian and CG Wetterholm, who for 40 years has specialized in it and who was part of the expeditions to check the wreck in 90 ´.
The admission price to this magical adventure is € 10 for adults and € 8 for children 7-18, students, pensioners, unemployed, large family member and youth card holders. If you plan to come in a group prices are 6 € and 3 € per person and € 5 on discount day which is Monday or when there is a holiday.
“Titanic The Exhibition” features within the ticket price, with an individual sound system as a guide to inform and accompany the visitor on the route of the exhibit.
For more information: http://www.titanic.eu/eng
Winter is also a great time to take a break and go down south, and nothing is better than renting apartments in Seville , enjoy the weather and countless entertainments at this tour of “Titanic the Exhibition”.