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Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition at the Luxor Hotel and Casino
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Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition at the Luxor Hotel and Casino

By Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
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Ages 4-99
Duration: 2h
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  • Admission Ticket
  • Entry/Admission - Casino at Luxor Las Vegas
  • Entry/Admission - Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
What's not included
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Parking/Valet fees


Return details
  • Returns to original departure point

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
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  • Last entry 1 hour prior to closing
  • Most travellers can participate

  • All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

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What you can expect during your visit
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
  • Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.

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Itinerary
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    Casino at Luxor Las Vegas
    Stop: 60 minutes - Admission included
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    Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
    Stop: 60 minutes - Admission included
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  • You'll return to the starting point
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Goriders99
Goriders99
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Great Titanic Exhibit
First I am a big Titanic aficionado I have been to the museum in Halifax that has a great Titanic exhibition with a
vanessa_pmiranda
vanessa_pmiranda
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Something about the Titanic
There's something about being face to face with artifacts from the titanic. At the beginning of the "tour" they giv
boymomdfw
boymomdfw
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Lots of artifacts!
This is a good exhibit. When you start they give you a passenger's profile and then you can check if you lived at
Mary G
Mary G
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It was ok
Not too sure if the artifacts here are real but, very interesting "facts". They give you a "Titanic boarding pass"
X9241TNrickb
X9241TNrickb
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A Titanic Experience
Actual recovered artifacts from the Titanic on display. Once in a lifetime chance to see remnants of this historic
kimbella19
kimbella19
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Enjoyed The Titanic Exhibition at The Luxor
What a well done exhibit , the artifacts, the stories and quotes from real passengers was heart wrenching but amazi
jadee-louise92
jadee-louise92
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Great artifact museum
We had a great experience and thoroughly enjoyed it. You learn so much in here and see things you would never think
estherbolmanski
estherbolmanski
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Checked Off of Bucket List.
So many artifacts and so much historical value. You get to walk through and see information on some of the passenge
194larryg
194larryg
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Another one off the bucket list
We have been wanting to see this exhibit for years. We finally planned it and did it. It was not a disappointment
Jydeoo
Jydeoo
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Nice little piece
Situated in the Central courtyard of Luxor hotel, it was a bit of an expected extra for me, while in Las Vegas. Co
letsgetaway4
letsgetaway4
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Meh
I love learning about our history, but this was very basic and small. Most of the facts and pictures you could goo
tonya w
tonya w
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Got a free ticket
Do this if you have a few minutes and get a discounted ticket. It is iteresting to see all the artifacts.
jeffmC7306JE
jeffmC7306JE
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Was good, not over the top, buy good
Enjoyed the exhibition. But there are many things I really enjoyed. I considered this a 'filler' excursion. Somethi
montalvosandoval2020
montalvosandoval2020
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The tour of Titanic Exhibit
This is a very interesting and entertaining historical tour of the actual Titanic history with real facts and items
The_Wanderer1992
The_Wanderer1992
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Neat Titanic Artifacts
My husband and I went here to see the Titanic exhibition while visiting Las Vegas. It's located on the second floor
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Rod
Fresno, CA1,195 contributions
Feb 2022
Always like to read and see information on the Titanic, as it is one of the great historic disasters, with many interesting people and stories from all walks of life. Was not sure what to expect with this exhibit, but was hoping that it would have background stories of actual people on the ship and associated with the ship, besides just artifacts from the ship. Was not disappointed with the exhibit at all, it was very nicely laid out and gave you a real feel for the whole disaster. They have about 400 items that were raised from the Titanic, including one of the massive steel pieces from the hull of the ship. They also have mock ups of what a Third Class hallway and rooms would look like as well as Second Class, the Grand Staircase and the outdoor promenade. They also had many background stories on people that were on the ship, that told you a bit about their life and how the ended up on the Titanic. Overall was very impressed with the exhibit and we all thought it was well worth the cost and time to visit, you are also allowed to take non flash photo's inside the exhibit as well, and they also have a couple places where they will take photo's (on the bow and grand staircase) which can be purchased at the end of the tour.
Written 18 February 2022
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Katie
Durham, UK146 contributions
This was on the bucket list to visit as my son is titanic obsessed. The exhibition is located inside the Luxor hotel (the pyramid shaped one), south of the strip. If you’re located north just hop on the reasonably priced bus (Deuce).

On entry you receive a boarding pass with a random name of a person was was onboard the titanic. It will tell you their name, board class and a little back story. Your then proceed to have two photos taken.

Inside you start the story of the titanic. The layouts of the cabins for third and first class. There are video stories throughout. The artefacts range from white star line owners property to personal possessions.

In the middle is a replica staircase where you can have your photos taken. You cannot take personal photos of the staircase itself - lots of signage and cameras around.

As you progress through you reach a lovely example of the deck displayed against the starlit sky. The temperature descends here and you then see the iceberg. You need to read the scripts on the walls as you are walking around.

The big piece is displayed here and this is probably the room where that little lump in your throat really forms. To see this piece makes you appreciate just how big this ship really was. Photos do not do this any justice you need see it with your own eyes to truly appreciate the construction.

At the end you scan your boarding pass to see if your passenger was a victim or a survivor. Everyone’s ‘known’ names are displayed on the wall and once again that lump is in your throat.

At the very end is the typical overpriced merchandise shop with the option to purchase your photos.

This is a must visit to see and warning it is emotional.

Tip: If you have over 10 year olds combine your ticket entry with the adjoining exhibition bodies to save money. Basically makes it feel like 2 for 1.
Written 20 August 2022
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ifif
Whitby, Canada292 contributions
Sep 2022
We found this exhibit very interesting. You do not need to spend the extra $5 pp for the audio as there is little of it! The stories of the people on board was especially significant as was the lay out. It took just over an hour to go through. Would recommend and return. If going to tics4tonight keep in mind you can't get tickets for the same day nor do they take cash.
Written 29 September 2022
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travelerfromsj
San Jose, CA1,765 contributions
Dec 2021
This exhibit only took about an hour and half for us to walk through. It’s well put together, with actual artifacts from the Titanic, and examples of the state rooms in first, second, and third class. The center attraction is called the “Big Piece”, a chunk of the hull which is the largest piece recovered from the Titanic site, and it’s definitely worth seeing.

What’s disappointing is that the organizers tack on an extra $3 surprise service fee just for buying a ticket, whether you buy it on-line or at the hotel. They also tried to get my cell phone number to “send me the ticket”. Add in the $12 for parking and you just feel nickel-and-dimed. I highly recommend seeing the Titanic exhibit in Pigeon Forge instead; its three times larger, and costs about the same.
Written 19 December 2021
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triceei
Southfield, MI18 contributions
Sep 2022 • Couples
Very good and detailed information of the different classes (third, second and first). How they were treated and imagines of their sleeping quarters, eating utensils, etc. You can even take pics on the stairs which come out nice...only issue is $45 for them. The cost to get into exhibit is steep...if you're a military person you may get a discount. It's best to purchase both exhibits (Bodies) as a group price.
Written 12 September 2022
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SharonB231
Toledo, OH1,137 contributions
This exhibit has numerous artifacts from the Titanic. At the end there is a large piece from the ship. Exhibit explains the timeline for the ill fated Titanic and what the experience was like onboard. They have recreated staterooms as well as the grand staircase. You may take pictures throughout the exhibit but cannot take pictures of the grand staircase as they have reserved that for their photographer and they will take your photos here for a charge . Plan 1-2 hours for this incredibly well done exhibit.
Written 11 March 2022
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James Mc
50 contributions
Nov 2020 • Solo
Great artifacts from the Titanic recovery team. It feels like you stepping back in time. The artifacts are pretty cool to take pictures of. They will not allow you to take a picture on the grand staircase unless you use their camera and buy a photo for $20 at the end of the tour. You are able to buy a combo with the Titanic Museum and the Bodies exhibit in the Luxor together they were $45. You can rent a tour device for $5 each exhibit the Titanic or and the Bodies exhibit. They do have actors on the TV screens for each class describing what it felt like on each class. at the end of the tour you are able to scan your ticket they give you a pass your ticket and see if you lived or died also they have a wall of names of people who survived by class and by crew and people who died.
Written 19 November 2020
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vala4384
42 contributions
Feb 2022
On holiday from tbe UK, Decided to visit this exhibition at tbe Luxor.
Well laid out, documenting the story from initial beginnings to the sinking, highlighting several passengers and their stories along the way. Many interesting artefacts from the wreck site, including a large section of the hull.
Shame that only official photos were allowed to be taken of the staircase.
I personally preferred the exhibition in Belfast.
Written 13 February 2022
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Martyn B
London, UK116 contributions
For anyone intrigued by the titanic, this a really good thing to do whilst in vegas.

It’s a massive exhibit, not just a 15/20 minute pass through like so many other things in vegas.

There are recovered artefacts, pieces of the boat itself, text explaining the back stories and lives of those who’s possessions were recovered, videos to help you through the exhibit etc.

Overall, really good, comprehensive in telling not only the story of the titanic, but also of the people who boarded her for her maiden voyage and what they would have experienced before she met her untimely end.

We spend a solid 1.5 hours here so was well worth it.
Written 2 March 2022
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Vic P
17 contributions
Feb 2020
I went through the entire exhibit without headphones. It’s very interesting to history buffs and is filled with stories of passengers and Titanic artifacts, including a huge piece of the ship. You aren’t allowed to photograph the Grand Staircase. The exhibitors will take your photos there and also a green screen one at the very front rail of the ship like the movie. You can purchase them for around $20-25 at the gift shop at the end. I didn’t buy them. They should charge $5 to take 3 pictures with your cellphone if they want to make more money. I bought some postcards instead. Wander around the Luxor to view gigantic Egyptian art replicas for free. Mandalay Bay aquarium and the Excalibur Hotel jousting are next door to the Luxor. You’re a couple of bus stops away from the iconic Vegas sign and a Harley-Davidson shop across the street. Airport is also nearby. If you ride local bus south passed the airport, you will stop at one of the Fashion Place malls which is good for shopping.
Written 4 March 2020
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