Then there was the built up rooms:
The grand staircase
A first class cabin
A third class cabin
Also, of course, a huge amount of artifacts, rescued from the bottom of the ocean.
These plates lay in crates that dissolved over time, so they were found laying in perfect rows on the bottom of the sea.
Loved these clothes!!! So interesting to see the details...
The exhibition is also very sad, as it brings to life the full extent of this tragedy, and also gives us some insight into some of the lives which ended on Titanic's last night.
If you're into history and have a chance of seeing this exhibition as it tours the world, I'd recommend giving it a couple of hours of your day. Or maybe you've already seen it? If so, what did you think?
The Seaplane harbour also sported a ton of other interesting things; for instance we climbed onboard an old U-boat! I've never been inside one of these, so it was quite an experience.
The dining area was quite neat...
...but the walkways not always adopted for skirts and a heavy cloak =)
This was the last of the holiday-posts, I promise =) In fact, I almost didn't post this, as it was so delayed, but felt that these photos were just too yummy to keep to myself. Next post will be about sewing! Or at least sewing related...