Titanic - the Artifact Exhibition
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Location of Event:Saskatchewan Science Centre
Address of Event:
2903 Powerhouse Dr
Telephone Number:(306) 522-4629 or 1-800-667-6300
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This exhibit tells the story of the people aboard the RMS Titanic, a glimpse into their lives and for many their deaths, as on April 15, 1912, the world's largest ship collided with an iceberg.
More than 1500 lives were claimed but left behind are over 100 artifacts. Visitors to this exhibit can see hair barettes and many other personal belongings that were discovered in the ship's debris field. Some of the passengers' stories are also on display.
When you enter the exhibit, you will receive a boarding pass belonging to a passenger of the Titanic. On the boarding pass is information about the person, and through your visit you will discover a bit of that person's history and whether she or he survived.
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