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A journey through the Titanic’s true story, arriving for the first time in the city
How visitors felt about Titanic: The Exhibition in London
Emotional, very well explained. Beautiful pieces of arts were exposed and real pictures made the experience really moving!
Very good family experience. Good length. Well put together audio guide that made it easy to follow what was on display.
Loved it! Such a brilliant exhibition and very well presented. Such an emotional and moving story of history, highly recommend!
Really well laid out with a mixture of interesting visuals and the pacing of the audio was just right. A touching and informative experience.
I thought the tour was very well timed between visitors, well spaced out and contained a lot of previously unknown content. To hear the stories unfold and to see possessions and keepsakes gathered up or collected prior to the disaster was somehow quite moving and thought provoking. Glad we came.
Interesting stories of life onboard. The people who took the voyage and their expectations of a new life, we loved it.
Very moving and informative exhibition. Not only was it fascinating to discover things previously unknown about the ship and the events that unfolded, but also to learn about the passengers and crew and their fates.
I really enjoyed the free audio guide. It was very well put together and I felt totally immersed in the whole thing. I really liked the reconstructions of the corridors, cabins and rooms.
A great exhibition and moving experience due to the personal telling of such a tragic event. Would definitely recommend it!
Excellent. Enjoyed my visit, good commentary guide to exhibits with a mix of replicas and recovered items on display. Well organised entry with plenty of staff, not very busy when I visited so I had a leisurely walk around. Was pleased with the sepia photo souvenir at the exit.
Very interesting experience. The audio is fantastic but if you have any hearing problems it also gives you all the information to read. I used both and it really worked for me.
We attended the exhibition and we're very impressed - it is a knowledge-filled experience and really connects you to the human tragedy from over a century ago. Would recommend!
Immerse Yourself in an Emotional Experience
Titanic: The Exhibition is far more than a display of historic items: it is a unique narrative experience, a tale of the people aboard history’s most legendary ship on its maiden and final journey. Travel back to 1912 through photographs, handwritten letters, wayward keepsakes, and other personal belongings telling countless stories about the fates and heroic deeds on board.
Connect with the Past
The exhibition boasts over 200 original objects never before seen in the UK. Connect with the Titanic’s passengers, listen to their testimonies, and discover their stories through their belongings. You’ll walk in their footsteps as you explore life-size, detailed recreations of the ship’s interior, witnessing the stark contrast between a lavish first-class suite and a humble third-class cabin.
Discover the True Story
Thanks to the contribution of historians and Titanic expert Claes-Göran Wetterholm, this experience separates fact from fiction like never before. An audio guide in multiple languages will serve as your narrator, bringing every historical account to life with music and sound effects. Unravel the true story of the ship as you embark on a trip through time bringing you closer to the myths, stories and glamour of the Titanic.
An audio guide will take you on a narrative experience describing the events on that fateful day in 1912
Unravel the true story of the ship through old photographs, personal belongings and other relics
Walk through a recreation of the ship's interior—from a first-class suite to a humble third-class cabin
Date: from 17th December 2021 until 17th April 2022
Opening hours: various sessions open daily
Duration: the visit will take around 80 to 90 minutes
Location: Dock X London - Unit 1, Canada Water Retail Park, Surrey Quays Road, London, SE16 2XU
Age requirement: All ages!
Group discount ticket: minimum purchase of 6 tickets
Have any questions? You might find the answers here!
What can I expect from Titanic: The Exhibition?
Explore the real story of the RMS Titanic through recreations and personal objects that will allow you to connect with the passengers and the crew in a narrative, emotional visit.
What is the estimated duration of the visit?
The visit has an estimated duration of 80-90 minutes, however please note that if you are booking the last session of the day the doors will close 15 minutes after the start time and the venue closes 90 minutes after the start time to allow you sufficient time to complete the audio tour.
Where will the exhibition take place?
The exhibition will take place at Dock X London - Retail Park, Unit 1 Canada Water, Surrey Quays Rd, London SE16 2XU. Get directions
Does the exhibition take place in an indoor or outdoor venue?
The exhibition will be held in an indoor venue.
Is the exhibition wheelchair accessible?
Do carers have to pay a ticket?
Carers are welcomed at the exhibition with free admission upon showing the appropriate documentation at the entrance.
Is it COVID secure and safe?
The exhibition is designed to allow a calm visit with ample time and space to explore all of its areas and objects. Any mandatory health and safety measures in place at the time of the exhibition will be observed.
Is the use of face coverings mandatory?
Although it is not mandatory, we encourage our guests to wear masks.
Will there be merchandise for sale?
Will there be guided tours?
You can download it from your mobile phone and free public Wi-Fi will be available on-site. Remember to bring your own headphones and make sure to charge your phone ahead of time.
Do I have to pay extra for the audio guide?
The Exhibition include an audio guide that can be downloaded to your smartphone and for which we strongly encourage guests to bring their own headphones. Free public Wi-Fi will be available on-site. The audio guide is available in English, Spanish, French, German and other languages. If you would like to check availability for other languages, please contact us in advance. As an alternative or if you don’t bring your own headphones, you can rent a physical audio guide for £3. The physical audio guide is free of charge for Senior, NHS, Student, Child and VIP guests as well as Carers.
I have a hearing impairment: how can I still enjoy the guide?
In this case you can request the transcription of the audio guide (available in Spanish, English, French and German, among others), which will allow you to experience Titanic The Exhibition to the fullest just like any other visitor. In these cases it is advisable to contact us in advance so that we can ensure the availability of the transcript.
Can I take photos or record the exhibition?
Feel free to take photos and share them with the hashtag #titanicexhibitionlondon. When taking photos, please make sure not to disturb other customers. Professional equipment, selfie sticks and tripods are not permitted. If deemed appropriate, the possibility of taking photographs may be temporarily prohibited for the proper functioning of the exhibition and optimal conservation of the pieces.
Absolutely. In fact, many of our visitors are children. In the exhibition you will enjoy touring the interior rooms of the Titanic and learning about its true history, and you will even be able to touch a real iceberg.
Do I need to arrive at the start of my scheduled session?
It is recommended that you arrive as close as possible to the time stated on your ticket.
What happens if I arrive late?
Your ticket will still be valid, but conditioned to available space in the subsequent time slots and may imply an undefined waiting time for you to access the exhibition.
Will car parking be available?
Parking is not available at the venue so please refer to Parkopedia to locate car parks as near as a 5-minute walking distance.
However, there is limited free parking for 2 hours on site for Blue Badge holders - this needs to be booked at least 72 hours in advance so please email the name of the Blue Badge holder, session date and time, and car registration number to firstname.lastname@example.org(please use this e-mail only for this purpose) as soon as possible to confirm if a space is available. If there is availability, please do arrive as close as possible to the session time. Upon completing your visit, please inform our security once you are leaving the exhibition so that we can open up the private parking area´s barrier for your departure
Will there be a cloakroom?
Yes, at a fee of £2 per person. Free of charge for Senior, NHS, Student, Child and VIP guests as well as Carers.
What are the prohibited items at the exhibition?
Eating and drinking are forbidden at the exhibition for conservation purposes, as well as carrying large bags or voluminous items that can compromise the exhibits. Furthermore, flash photography, alcohol and anything which may disturb the other patrons is prohibited.
What are the official sellers for this experience?
Official tickets for Titanic:The Exhibition in London can only be purchased on Fever. Tickets are not available on any other website or ticketing platform.
What are the different ticket options and prices?
Tickets are sold per person. There are two ticket options: Standard Access: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday:
Child (4-12 y.o.)
Family Pass: 2 adults + 2 children
Additional Child (for Family Bundle)
Senior (65+ y.o.), Student (13 to 26 y.o.) or NHS
Group (6 to 30 people)
VIP Access: includes fast-track entry to the exhibition, a souvenir photograph and the exhibition booklet.
VIP Adult (13+)
Children accompanying VIP ticket holders also benefit from fast-track entry. Ticket prices will start at £19.90 for adults and £11.50 for children. Free entry for children under 4 years old. Blue Light Card is accepted for NHS workers. For Standard Access only ticket holders, photographs and booklets can be purchased separately on site.
Can I reschedule my tickets to another date/time, or upgrade/downgrade my ticket?
We may be able to help reschedule or exchange your ticket for another date, time or ticket type that has not already sold out. Please contact us for more information. Make sure to include your ticket order number.
Can I transfer my tickets to another person?
Yes, you can transfer your tickets to anyone for free. It is as easy as clicking "Transfer Tickets" on your ticket on the Fever App. Please contact us for additional help. Make sure to include your ticket order number.
What is your refund policy?
Tickets are generally non-refundable. Ticket non-refund terms and conditions are agreed to before purchase. However, under special circumstances, you can contact us and our user support team will process your request. Make sure to include your ticket order number.
I don’t see a QR code. Is that normal?
Yes, each ticket’s corresponding QR code will be available 24 hours before its date and time. At the entrance, simply access the Fever app to validate your tickets.
Do I need to print my ticket?
No, your contactless tickets will be validated directly in the Fever App.
Do you offer group discounts?
Groups up until 30 people can purchase a Group ticket with a discount on the Fever website. Tailored solutions are available for groups over 30 people. Contact us here.