Tutor/Leader: Jane Bezzina
Location: Sunbury Station
Day: Thursday 11:20am – 4:30pm
Date: 22 Feb 2024
Today we venture out to one of the most famous tragedies in modern history.
The story of the Titanic and its ill-fated maiden voyage continues to enthral, educate and break hearts more than 110 years since she sank to the bottom of the ocean.
Collect your boarding pass and embark on a journey to explore the powerful stories of those who travelled and worked onboard the legendary ship.
This is the only exhibition in Australia to feature more than 200 real artefacts, recovered directly from the wreck site.
Titanic: The Artefact Exhibition focusses on the voyage’s compelling human stories, taking visitors on a memorable journey through the events of that fateful night.
**We meet at Sunbury Station at 11.20am to catch the 11.36am train to Parliament Station. People can then choose to walk or take either a number 96 or 86 tram which stops close to Parliament Station.
For lunch either pack your own or purchase food at the Museum Market Cafe which has a wide choice of food
*****PLEASE NOTE payment for this outing must be paid by the 5th February.