A FINAL chance to explore the legacy of the world’s most famous ship and learn about the Worcestershire people who were onboard is on offer at Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum.
Titanic: Honour and Glory brings to life the history of the legendary ocean until September 11 and gathers together an unrivalled collection of genuine and rare artefacts from the Titanic and her sister ships.
Visitors can also pick up the free Monsters of the Deep trail and take an adventure around the Museum solving clues about real and mythical monsters of the sea with a monstrous treat available for everyone completing the trail.
Deborah Fox, senior curator with Museums Worcestershire said: “We’ve been delighted by the response to the exhibition, it has been amazing and is proving incredibly popular!
From her conception to her premature demise, Titanic has become the most famous ocean liner in the world. In Titanic: Honour and Glory see a fascinating collection of rare Titanic and White Star Line artefacts in addition to magnificent props and costumes from the 1997 James Cameron film, Titanic.
Discover the story of Titanic through real artefacts and personal stories, from Worcestershire, experience the grandeur of transatlantic travel and step back into the gilded age as you view awe-inspiring examples of the ship’s luxurious interior fittings.
Titanic Honour and Glory is produced by Titanic Honour and Glory Limited, based in Scotland, a leader in providing high quality, state-of-the-art educational family experiences, educational outreach experiences for schools and groups and produces exhibits in collaboration with more than 200 leading museums and galleries throughout the United Kingdom
Visit www.museumsworcestershire.org.uk for more on the free exhibition.