Sloan Museum Hosts “Titanic” Exhibition


Go back to 1912 by visiting Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, showing at Sloan Museum from January 21 until May 21, 2017.


Upon entrance, guests will receive a replica boarding pass of an actual passenger from the Titanic. Guests will experience a chronological journey through the construction of the “unsinkable” ship, life on-board, and the terrible sinking of the ship thanks to artifact rescue efforts.

Guests will be able to walk through re-created rooms and even be able to touch an iceberg, all the while hearing stories of this tragic event many years ago. In the Memorial Gallery, guests will use their boarding passes to find out whether their passenger survived that disastrous evening on April 14, 1912.


This exhibit has been traveling for 25 years, entrancing more than 40 million people in major museums worldwide, like Chicago, Los Angeles, Paris, and London. RMS Titanic, Inc. is the only company permitted by law to recover objects from the wreck site of Titanic. The company was granted Salvor-in-Possession rights to the wreck site of Titanic by a United States federal court in 1994 and has conducted nine research and recovery expeditions to the Titanic, rescuing more than 5,500 artifacts.

Don’t miss the boat! Tickets to the exhibition are timed and advance purchase is recommended. Click here to reserve your tickets, or call 810.237.3450.


Sloan Museum will be open Monday through Saturday, 10am to 5pm, and Sunday, noon to 5pm. Tickets for the exhibition are $14 for adults, $12 for seniors (60+), and $11 youth age 2-11, $10 ASTC, $5 for members, and free for children age 1 and younger. Veterans, military families and teachers, tickets are $7 for adults, $6 for seniors (60+), $6 for youth (age 1 to 11).


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