Sailing passionates should know that an impressive exhibition will arrive at The Henry Ford Museum soon. In fact, “Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition” will open at The Henry Ford Museum starting with this Saturday. And if you are not going to be in the area soon, you should worry about nothing. You will have enough time to arrive in Michigan until the end of September when the sailing event will come to an end. So, between April and September, the Henry Ford Museum will be hosting one of the most impressive sailing exhibitions in the world. The Titanic is a really interesting ship, and although more than 100 years have passed since the moment when the ship was set to sail between New York city and Southampton, England, the Titanic is still considered to be really charming.
Numerous stories, a great mystery and wonderful charming elements have been linked to the impressive Titanic and the failed voyage which has led to the sinking of the ship and the death of hundreds. The only thing certain is that after hitting an iceberg, the Titanic sank in the Atlantic Ocean. Well, if you would love to learn more about this skip and its history by seeing some fascinating artifacts, visiting the sailing exhibition is a must. The sailing exhibition promises to feature 300 artifacts from the impressive ship. And this sailing event will be new to the state of Michigan, as it seems that 250 out of all Titanic artifacts exhibited new have never been brought to the state.
The great displays will include sailing artifacts, but also jewelry, wallets, currency, letters and documents. Admission tickets to the sailing exhibition are of $10 for members, $27 for non-member adults, $22.50 for youth and $25 for seniors. For children aged below 4, there will be no admission fee to visit the sailing exhibition. However, attending the sailing exhibition will definitely be an unique experience, as the moment you will enter the event you will be drown back to 1912. The sailing exhibition will cover 10,000 square foot and will be set in such a way that visitors will actually feel like boarding to the Titanic themselves.