"TITANIC" Exhibit at Foxporation
to their request we decided to open the Titanic exhibit where you can see
some of the props and sets that were originally built and used for
Titanic. The first thing you will see is a replica of the White Star
Southampton Pier; inside you can enjoy a behind the scenes
video-documentary about Titanic's construction and shooting. A
representation of the sets and props used in the film are now on exhibit,
Class Smoking Room: after dinner, this was a very common place to have a
cigar and brandy.
Cafe: The cafe was also used as a play room by the first class children.
Candelabrum: a magnificent 21 light candelabrum originally situated in
the newel post at the base of the Grand Staircase.
Class Dinning Salon: here you can see a table set up for dinner.
Room: this set was built and filmed on this stage.
Class Corridor : this hallway was used for the scenes that show the
corridor. A perspective extends the length of the hallway depth into
are also replicas of the furniture, suitcases, teacups, mailbags, signs,
posters, toys, the handcuffs that Jack (Leo) had while he was prisoner,
the ax that Rose used to cut them and help Jack escape, the whistle that
she used when officer Lowe returned in a lifeboat after the sinking, to
search for survivors. Lifeboats, life savers and lifejacket, oars and some
parts of the ship including the bell that the sailors used to let the
passengers know about the iceberg are elements that contribute to create
the perfect environment of this place .
SHIP... The 95% scale of the original Titanic was disassembled and
converted into scrap (metal and wood). At the museum you can see some of
the parts of the ship, such as the bow (where the sailors were standing
when they saw the iceberg), the poop deck or stern, the capstan winch and
some of the access bridges. You can also see the unopened safe were Rose's
drawing was found.
Monday, Thursday and
Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, from
10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Adults $12.00 Dlls.
Seniors $ 9.00 Dlls.
Children 3 to 11 $9.00 Dlls.
Children under 3 FREE