Titanic: The Exhibition, created by Imagine Exhibition, will go on show today at Perth, Australia at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. The purpose of this exhibition is to recreate the “Titanic” experience for the people. It will feature a mix of artefacts from the wrecked ship, life-size replicas and period memorabilia. The historic objects will be showcased in glass cases.

According to Perth Now, the Titanic exhibition is the largest and undoubtedly the most comprehensive exhibition in the entire world. It will have 375 artefacts from the original ship and also Olympic, it’s identical sister ship. The exhibition will also showcase artefacts from Oscar winning, James Cameron directed movie Titanic, especially the “Heart of the Ocean” necklace that was worn by Kate Winslet. This is a great opportunity to experience Titanic as it was, before it met its fate.

“We have recreated a massive boiler room and you come in and you can smell the scent of the coal, you can hear the engines,” Tom Zaller, Chief Executive of Imagine Exhibitions says, reports ABC News.

Moreover, visitors at the show will enter through a short plank that will lead them to the first-class cabins followed by the grand staircase, the lower-class cabins, the boiler room with the massive steam engines, promenade deck (similar to the star-filled night sky in the movie Titanic) and finally to the fearful iceberg that made the ship sink. The entire journey is full of special effects.

“There's a little breeze on the deck as the ship rolls along. It's a little cooler in here and it feels like you are on the ship,” Zaller said.

There’s a room that has its walls covered with newspaper reports and photographs that will educate viewers on how the journey went so horribly wrong. The artificial iceberg inside the exhibition is a four metre ice block that visitors will be told to touch just to get a feel how cold North Atlantic was the night the ship sank.

That’s not the end. Visitors will also witness the position of the ship today. Titanic’s grave has been recreated exactly how Zaller viewed it back in 2000 when he went to the bottom of the sea in a tiny submarine. When the visitors come out, they will have plenty of photos with the movie props and plenty of reasons to smile.

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