The exhibit hall is fairly large, but there are so many artifacts, that they alternate the artifacts on display. What was really cool, was a narrow corridor that had the Titanic in 1912 on your right side and the Titanic recently on your left side. Most and possibly all images of the wreck on the left side of the corridor were paintings by Ken Marschall. You wouldn't believe the cost, just to get in the door. Then, you have to pay extra to see the Titanic exhibit. It's kinda funny looking at your card and other people's cards with passengers' info and saying, "you died" or "you survived". At the end of the exhibit, it get's a little emotional where you see clothes and shoes from suitcases, and bottles of perfume and know that someone wore those clothes, and put them in the suitcase while putting on a different set of clothes and knowing that those people folded them not knowing that over 90 years later, they would be recovered from the sea floor as priceless artifacts while their grave is at the bottom of that deep dark sea.
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