From 2 October 2015 to 6 March 2016
Discover the most famous ship to sail the open ocean. Learn more about the infamous ship and the people onboard with a trip to the Titanic Exhibition.
In the fatal early hours of April 15th 1912, the Titanic sank in the freezing waters of the North Atlantic after colliding with an iceberg. The biggest ship ever built by man claimed the lives of 1495 people. The whole world was stunned when the terrible news was heard.
100 years later, Titanic the Exhibition, comprising nearly 200 original objects from the Titanic and numerous life-size reproductions of the inside rooms, takes place in the Fernán Gómez. Centro Cultural de la Villa, Madrid.
Moving and suitable for all ages, the exhibition will submerge you in an unforgettable journey to the past by means of which you will get to know what the ephemeral life on board the ill-fated transatlantic was like; from its inception and construction through to the current state of the remains, lying nearly 4 kilometres down on the seabed.
By visiting the eight halls comprising the most visited travelling exhibition in the world, you will get to know the uncountable stories of heroism that took place on board first-hand, like Molly Brown’s story, and the most human side to the tragedy, as never seen before.
Come and make the glory yours, and the most famous tragedy of shipping history too.
Titanic The Exhibition also features an individual sound system included in the entrance fee, which, with voices, music and sound effects, guides visitors around the exhibition, submerging them further still, if possible, in the true history of the Titanic.
Until 6 March 2016
Where: Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa
Address: Plaza Colón , 4 28001