“Titanic” is arguably one of the most popular movies of all time. If you have an interest in the true story behind the story, you won’t want to miss a new pop-up exhibit in New York City that offers a deep dive into the history of the infamous sinking ship from 100+ years ago.

Starting today, you can get on the waitlist for Titanic. The Exhibition, which launches after years of research by Musealia and Titanic expert and author Claes-Göran Wetterhol, in partnership with Fever. The presale starts Sept. 5, and tickets go on sale to the public on Sept. 6.

On April 15, 1912, the Titanic sank in the icy waters of the North Atlantic and claimed the lives of 1,496 people. You’ll get to learn about the passengers and crew through around 200 never-before-seen personal artifacts. Visitors will travel back in time through photographs, handwritten letters, keepsakes and other personal belongings. You’ll even find yourself inside a recreation of the ship’s interior, from a first-class suite to a humble third-class cabin.

Bring a fully charged smartphone and headphones so you can hook into the audio system to learn more through audio guides that feature music and sound effects. And wear comfy shoes, because it takes about 90 minutes to get through the full experience.

The exhibition will be open at varying times all week except Mondays beginning in November. The exhibition hall is located at 526 6th Ave., southeast corner of 14th W. Street at 6th Ave. in New York City. Tickets start at $31 for adults and $20.90 for children; kids under 4 are free.

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