Titanic The Reconstruction, the 2019 star exhibition in Alicante
The exhibition can be visited from May 22 to November 10 2019 in the Exhibition Hall of the Fish Market.
It is an extensive and emotional exhibition that immerses the visitor in life on board the Titanic through objects, stories and real scenarios.
The public can see a spectacular model of the Titanic with all kinds of details, at 1:30 scale, 12 meters long, 4.20 high and 3.90 meters wide, in addition to various contents related to the iconic boat.
The exhibition shows images, objects and original documents , along with recreations of parts of the ship that no longer exist. The exhibition displays both the smallest object (a ring of the passenger Millvina Dean), through to the largest (the reconstruction of the ship), serving as tools to tell the true stories on board in its four days at sea, plus lifetime stories told by its protagonists and survivors of the tragedy, which allow visitors to embark on the “ship of dreams”.
The exhibition has already visited Granada, Tarragona, Vigo, León, Coruña, Bilbao, Santander, Barcelona, Gijón and Burgos with great success; and is currently in Coimbra (Portugal).
The exhibition has been presented under the umbrella of a new brand to spread the culture of Alicante with the slogan “Imagina Cultura”.
The Titanic Foundation was born in 2006 with the main objective of managing and promoting the historical, maritime and human memory of the most famous shipwreck and the most legendary of the ships of universal history: the RMS Titanic, which, almost 100 years after its collapse , continues to be a legend.
Although there are many associations around the “dream ship”, the Titanic Foundation, based in Spain, is the only non-profit foundation dedicated to the story of this catastrophe and has contributed most to the update of the methods of maritime rescue and the safety of human life at sea.
Likewise, the Titanic Foundation works to disseminate and promote the respect and defense of the environment of our coasts, seas and oceans.
Every day (Except Monday): From 10:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
July and August: From 16:30 to 22:00. hours
Entry to the exhibition is allowed up to an hour and a half before closing.
From Tuesday to Thursday
Free: Children up to 6 years old (accompanied). (Audioguide 3 euros).
4 euros: Teaching Centres. (More than 20 students). (PREVIA RESERVA).
5 euros: Special Groups. More than 20 people: Over 65 years old / Unemployed / Disabled, PREVIOUS RESERVATION ONLY.
5 euros: Children from 6 to 12 years old.
6 euros: General Groups. More than 20 people (PREVIOUS RESERVATION ONLY)
6 euros; Over 65 years old / Youth Card / Unemployed / Disabled. (Accreditation at the Box Office)
8 euros: General Admission.
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays
Free: Children up to 6 years old (accompanied).
6 euros: Special Groups. More than 20 people: Over 65 years old / Unemployed / Disabled, PREVIOUS RESERVATION.
6 euros: Children from 6 to 12 years old.
7 euros: General Groups (more than 20 people) PREVIOUS RESERVATION.
8 euros; Over 65s / Youth Card / Unemployed / Disabled. (Accreditation at the Box Office)
10 euros: General Admission
IN ALL PRICES INCLUDES THE USE OF THE AUDIO GUIDE.
ALL RESERVATIONS OF TEACHING CENTRES AND GROUPS MUST BE MADE THROUGH: [email protected]