Titanic Dinner Events
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Titanic Gala Dinner Event - Friday and Saturday Nights
At our one of a kind Titanic Gala Dinner you are a participant in one of the most famous dinner parties aboard Titanic. Join Margaret "Molly" Brown, and other 1st Class guests as you celebrate the retirement of Titanic's Legendary Captain, Edward John Smith. This event will be "a night to remember!"
We are pleased to offer our Titanic Gala Dinner on Friday and Saturday nights. Please see below for more information.
The Galas' unique experience includes a tour of Titanic The Artifact Exhibition Galleries, 1st Class Dinner, and re-enactments of the night of April 14th. Come aboard our wonderful ‘Ship of Dreams’ and help us to keep her legacy alive.
Join us prior to dinner for the Captain's cocktail party starting at 6:30 p.m. Try one of our R.M.S Signature Cocktails - The Iceberg (Vodka, Blue Curacao and Sprite).
Titanic Dinner Event Menu:
- Mixed Greens Salad with Italian Vinaigrette
- Rolls with Butter
- Beef Bouillon with Croute
- Sliced Beef served with Mushroom Dem-Glaze
- Chicken Breast with Sherry Cream sauce
- Glazed carrots
- Dill Roasted Red Potatoes
- Chocolate Mousse with Brownie
- Chicken Tenders with Dill New Potatoes
*Vegetarian and Dietary options available.
Tea, Water, Coffee served with Dinner Service.
Beer and Wine Service available
First Class Dinner Event Price:
|Adult||$69.00 + tax pp|
|Children (ages 10 and under)||$42.00 + tax pp|
|Children under 2 not requiring a meal||Free|
GET YOUR TICKETS NOW! CALL (407) 248-1166
All shows and dates are subject to change and some nights may not be available due to special events. For tickets and to check current availability, please call the box office at 407-248-1166 for schedule.
What are the seating arrangements?
Each table seats up to 8-10 guests.
Are visitors allowed to meet and greet the performers?
Yes, before and after the event you can mingle with each passenger.
Are cameras, audio or video recording allowed at your show?
No. Due to the sensitive nature of our artifacts, there is no photography allowed in the exhibition at any time.
What is the dress code?
We do not have a dress code, but this is Titanic, and you might be sitting next to a first class passenger. Do keep in mind though that some of the rooms do get cold, as we do recreate the North Atlantic.