Press release from Lutheran Life Villages:
Did you watch Titanic this weekend on TV that rekindled your interest in the infamous ship and its doomed voyage?
There are still a few spots left on the bus to Join Lutheran Life Villages for a day excursion to Indianapolis to see the Titanic Exhibit on November 16, 2010
About the Trip:
Date: Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Time: Board the charter bus at 8 a.m. from Lutheran Life Villages-Fort Wayne (6701 S Anthony Boulevard, between Paulding and Tillman Roads)
Estimated return time: 6:00 p.m.
Cost: $70 per person
Seating: Limited to 45
Payment options: Cash, Check, Credit, or Debit
The tour package for this excursion includes the following: general admission to the Indiana State Museum; a special ticket to the Titanic exhibit; a personal audio device that will guide you through the exhibit; lunch in the recreated LS Ayres Lunch Room; and snacks on the bus. We will stop at Cracker Barrel on the return trip – supper is on your own.
About the Exhibit:
More than 240 artifacts recovered from Titanic’s wreckage are included in a temporary exhibit at the Indiana State Museum. Visitors will receive a boarding pass representing an actual passenger on the ill-fated 1912 voyage and tour the exhibit as that passenger, including visits to a recreated first-class cabin and a third-class cabin and hallway. Seven versions of the Titanic exhibit are traveling the world, but this is the first stop in Indiana. Over the past 15 years, more than 22 million people have seen the exhibit worldwide.