More than 830,000 people passed through Titanic: The Exhibition during its six-month run at Florida International Museum, easily setting a new attendance record. The exhibit closed in June 1998.
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
Aboard the doomed ship of dreams that night on April 14, 1912, were the wealth and society of two continents, working professionals on holiday and immigrants hoping for a new life in America.
The dramatic story of the the world's largest and most luxurious ocean liner and its deadly collision with an iceberg unfolds in "Titanic: The Exhibition" at the Florida International Museum and in this special section.
Do we delight in disasters?
'Titanic' sets museum on a hopeful course
How to get to the Florida International Museum -- Directions and a map
Titanic frozen in time -- A timeline of the history of the Titanic
Area offers a cornucopia of culture
Titanic' flavor is on downtown menu
Filmgoers love that sinking feeling
Plenty to read on doomed ship
'Titanic' on the Web
What has changed?
REVIEW: Human element vividly recreated The exhibit's story tells of a watershed event in this century. Its great underlying theme is social history.