Georgia Aquarium exhibit allows guests to visit famous ship

ATLANTA — The Titanic exhibit at the Georgia Aquarium offers visitors a unique glimpse at one of the most intriguing events in history: the sinking of this famous ship on April 14, 1912.

Titanic: Aquatic includes a collection of more than 190 items recovered from Titanic’s debris field. The collection includes 40 objects never before displayed for public viewing. Interestingly, the Titanic has been lost for more years on the bottom of the ocean than it has been discovered.

“Georgia Aquarium tells the stories of our oceans, not just the aquatic life that teems within, but the incredible journeys we as people have taken across our seas,” said Carey Rountree, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing. “No aquatic story is more compelling than that of the ‘unsinkable’ ship, Titanic.”

The Titanic: Aquatic exhibit will be at the aquarium through the spring. The exhibit requires an additional ticket. For more information, log onto: http://www.georgiaaquarium.org/visitUs/TitanicAquatic.aspx.

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