"Excellent at telling the stories of the doomed ship" The Age

"Titanic: The Artefact Exhibition knows how to float our boat with impressive objects" Herald Sun

"The most beautifully displayed exhibition I have ever seen. I was captivated from the moment of entrance. It was informative and also a respectful honour to those who perished. Absolutely indescribable." Cohuna Vic

"The whole collection of artefacts gathered is absolutely amazing, the life and experiences of those on the ship are great to have an insight to. I loved it!"

"It was a great Exhibition, no doubt, but my heart is so heavy, almost like reliving the nightmare. Sad, so sad for the poor souls, both saved and lost." Thelma

"Wonderful Exhibition. Thanks to you all. Congratulations to those who were responsible for all these artefacts and information being presented so creatively. Such bad luck and sadness for the Titanic. Lest we forget." Marion Earaus, Kyneton

"The most captivating Exhibition I have seen. Well laid out and presented. Loved the commentary."
S. Walton

"A fascinating Exhibition, beautifully displayed, very moving, especially when you see how many 3rd class passengers and crew perished. Excellent commentary in a lovely voice. Thank you."
Alice Peer

"Touching and informative. Videos, pictures and artefacts were all breath taking. Would see it again."

"An excellent collection to go with a unique and amazing story. Well told and a fabulous asset for Melbourne's winter campaign."

"Wonderful Exhibition capturing the immense tragedy."
Patricia and Len Downs

"A truly wonderful Exhibition - congratulations and sincere appreciation to all who dedicated so much time and effort producing this masterpiece."
Ann Cassar

"No wonder this Exhibition is on till October. The amount of work/preparation of this display is mind boggling and deserves maximum viewing in this city. Most impressed." From the Sunshine Coast

Melbourne Museum

14 May 2010 - 7 November 2010

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