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Ever wonder what really happened to the "unsinkable" R.M.S. Titanic or better yet how they actually found the shipwreck 73 years later and over 12,500 feet under the ocean? Well this fall, prepare your little explorers for an epic adventure beneath the sea, deep into one of history's greatest maritime tragedies, "Titanic: The Untold Story" at National Geographic Museum.
You know the story. In the early hours of April 15, 1912, the unimaginable occurred. The R.M.S. Titanic, the largest, grandest ship of its time, struck an iceberg on its maiden voyage and sank beneath the waves of the North Atlantic Ocean, taking with it more than 1,500 souls. The ship’s final resting place lay undiscovered for 73 years. And then, in 1985, Dr. Robert Ballard stunned the world when he announced that he had found the Titanic. But how?
The true tale of how legendary oceanographer and National Geographic Explorer-at-Large Robert Ballard located the long-lost ship remained a classified secret until 2008. Finally, he was able to reveal that he was actually on a top secret mission for the U.S. Navy to conduct surveillance on two lost nuclear subs. Discover the surprising link between a top secret Cold War mission and the 1985 discovery of the sunken Titanic in this fascinating exhibition. Developed in collaboration with the National Archives and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, “Titanic” reveals the remarkable—and long-classified—story behind the historic discovery.
This extensive exhibition also transports visitors to the height of transatlantic steamship travel, displaying items from the luxurious ocean liner and sharing the stories—many for the first time—of some aboard the ship on its tragic maiden voyage. See incredible images and artifacts, like the coat worn by Titanic survivor Marion Wright Woolcott, and never-before-exhibited ship and expedition memorabilia, including the 8,000-pound crew module from the submersible Ballard and team used to survey the shipwreck.
Photos courtesy of Universal History Archive-Getty Images, Emory Kristof/National Geographic and Rebecca Hale/National Geographic
Information & Restrictions
The Deal: 30% off National Geographic Museum's "Titanic: The Untold Story" Exhibition
- $7.00 Youth (ages 5-12)
- $8.40 Seniors (ages 62+), Members, Students or Military
- $10.50 Adult
Regular Ticket Prices:
- $10 Youth (ages 5-12) - Save $3/ticket!
- $12 Seniors (ages 62+), Members, Students or Military - Save $3.60/ticket!
- $15 Adult - Save $5/ticket!
What You Need to Know:
- Museum is open daily from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm. Last entry at 5:00 pm.
- Children Under 5 are Free.
- Exhibit is included in Museum admission.
- No refunds or exchanges. Tickets are only valid on the day selected.
Expiration: Valid on tickets through November 18, 2018
To Redeem: Click HERE and you will be redirected to National Geographic Museum's website. Enter promo code TITANICKID in the promo code box in the top right corner then select tickets. 30% discount will be reflected in your cart. You will not see the discounted pricing until you add the tickets to your cart.
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