"TITANIC: The Artifact Exhibition" is on display at the Metreon in San Francisco now through January 7, 2007. This blockbuster exhibition has traveled to more than 50 cities internationally, and has been seen by more than 16 million people worldwide, making it the most successful and enduring exhibition in history.
Take BART to see TITANIC between now and November 30, and show your BART ticket with at least $3 remaining value to get $5 off the regular price of admission! (Limit one discounted exhibition ticket per BART ticket.) Exit BART at Powell Street Station and you're just a block away from the Metreon, located at 101 4th Street in San Francisco.
The collection of artifacts, stories and photography included in this exhibition illustrate the magnificence and glory of Titanic. You will see more than 300 actual artifacts from the wreck site, including never-before-seen artifacts unveiled for the San Francisco exhibition, and a 30,000-pound section of the ship's hull. The exhibition also features remarkable re-creations of the Grand Staircase, a First Class Stateroom and much, much more.
Hear the stories of passengers and crew through a compelling audio tour, available as you enter the exhibition. Touch the simulated iceberg wall to feel just how cold the water was on that fateful night. Come learn how the city of San Francisco reacted to the tragedy, and which of its citizens were aboard when the ship set sail. Whether it's the historical significance, the science and technology, the art and fashion or the desire to learn more about Titanic and its passengers, this is an experience not to be missed.
For TITANIC information, call 415.369.6000 or sail over to sftitanic.com.