Step back in time and get an insider’s view of one of the world’s most famous shipwrecks at Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition. This enormous exhibition displays more than 250 artifacts recovered from the ship and allows visitors to walk through recreations of some of the cabins and public areas.
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition contains the largest piece of the ship ever recovered, artifacts from the ship (like floor tiles and whistles), and passengers’ personal items, including luggage, shaving kits, jewelry, and clothing. Compare the conditions in the Titanic’s third- and first-class cabins—which have been outfitted with furnishings from the original manufacturers—and stroll along the promenade, where you’ll feel the same temperatures felt on the night of the wreck.
Admission to the exhibit is included with some Las Vegas sightseeing passes, including the Go Las Vegas Explorer Pass and the All-Inclusive Pass. For extra savings, book a combo ticket that includes both the Titanic exhibition and Bodies: The Exhibition or other MGM Resorts attractions.
Things to Know Before You Go
- Audio guides are available in English, Spanish, and French.
- Photos are not permitted, and cell phones must be turned off inside the exhibition.
- Large bags and backpacks are not permitted.
- The exhibition is wheelchair accessible.
How to Get There
Bodies is located on the atrium level of the Luxor Resort, near the intersection of Tropicana Avenue and the Las Vegas Strip. You can reach the Luxor by car, taxi, or shuttle, or take the free Excalibur-Luxor-Mandalay Bay tram. The resort is walking distance from many other attractions on the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip.
When to Get There
The exhibition is open daily, all year round, from mid-morning through late in the evening, with shorter hours on Dec 24, 25, and 31. Expect to spend an hour or more at the exhibition.
Bodies: The Exhibition
The Luxor is also home to Bodies: The Exhibition, the largest permanent human anatomy exhibition in the United States. Visit to learn how different systems in the body—including the skeletal, muscular, and respiratory systems—operate, and see how environmental and lifestyles factors affect our health. Exhibits include 13 whole-body specimens, which are arranged to illuminate how our systems function, as well as more than 250 organs.