The Titanic is now docked at The ArtScience Museum. You are able to go on board this magnificent ship once you have paid your 'fare' and have your boarding pass. Do come comfortably dressed as you will be wandering the decks for approximately two hours as there is much to see and to experience.
Remember you are here to experience the RMS Titanic and what it would have been like to be on board that fateful night when an iceberg loomed out of the calm night on 14 April 1912. Then as you enter the Iceberg Gallery you can actually touch a real sheet of ice and experience the freezing waters of the North Atlantic!
Third-class dishware carried the White Star Line's logo, as did almost every other serving dish and utensil on the ship. Like all china onboard, the name Titanic never appeared,
(Leone & John Fabre)
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