TODAY: Titanic the Experience Hosts Coolest Event in Town-With SNOW!

Here’s a fun thing to do if you are in the area today and needing to cool down. I recently got to tour the Titanic The Experience attraction and it was pretty amazing how detailed it is. I loved the part where you are given a boarding pass and then you find your name at the end to see if you survived. It really puts this historical tragedy into perspective. I loved all of the artifacts as well. It really is a must-see attraction if you are looking for something different or have some history buffs in the family. Check out the special event below:

Titanic the Experience
WHAT: Titanic The Experience is hosting a way for people to cool off this summer with “Titanic Beats the Heat.” Titanic The  Experience is one of the coolest places in town with its own iceberg in the exhibit. To showcase its frostiness, Titanic  The Experience will host a snow day complete with ice carving and snowfall.
“Titanic Beats the Heat” will be hosted in the parking lot of Titanic The Experience. Tickets to the exhibit may be  purchased at the exhibition box office, online at or by calling 407-248-1166.
WHEN: Thursday, July 25, 2013
11:00 a.m. — 2:00 p.m.
WHERE: Titanic The Experience
7324 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32819
The exhibition is located between Sea World and Universal Studio on International Drive

About Titanic The Experience:

                  Titanic   The Experience reopened in January 2012 after undergoing extensive enhancements and renovations under the new owner, Premier Exhibitions and RMS Titanic, Inc.  Among the additions, 100 authentic artifacts recovered from the wreck site of Titanic were added, in celebration of the 2012 Centennial anniversary of the sinking of Titanic. The second largest piece of Titanic ever recovered, a two ton section of the Ship’s hull, is now the centerpiece of this interactive Exhibition.

Titanic The Experience is located in a 20,000 square foot museum quality space on International Drive.  The Exhibition offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience the legendary Titanic like never before.  Trained actors in period costume depicting famous passengers from the Ship lead guided tours through the Exhibition’s 17 galleries complete with full-scale re-creations of the Titanic’s most famous rooms, including her Grand Staircase, First Class Parlor Suite, Boilers and Promenade Deck.  More information about the Exhibition can be found by visiting: