Current Hours of Operation:  Thursday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

LAS VEGAS (October 6, 2020) – Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition and BODIES…The Exhibition at Luxor Hotel and Casino are now open with updated hours of operation of Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., with final admission granted at 5 p.m. To purchase tickets and for more information, visit, or

What’s New at Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition?

108 New Artifacts & Storytelling Video Screens

Earlier this year, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition introduced 108 new artifacts, including 20 never-before seen items, such as a chef’s baker hat, a first-class room chandelier, an alligator skin wallet and more. Additionally, the Exhibition has been enhanced since temporarily closing its doors this spring with the installation of new video screens throughout the venue, which depict real stories of the ship and its passengers and crew portrayed by costumed actors who bring the history of the world’s most famous ocean liner to life.

Student Research Projects Now on Display
This summer, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition partnered with filmmaker James Cameron and the Los Angeles Unified School District to engage more than 750 students in a five-week program: The Unsinkable Titanic – The Ship of Dreams, Past, Present and Future. During the summer engagement series, students learned about Titanic from renowned historians, including Cameron, and participated in a virtual tour of the Titanic Vault, where artifacts reside while undergoing conservation. They also further studied the ship’s fateful history through Titanic: The Virtual Experience, which takes visitors on a virtual tour of the Las Vegas Exhibition. The summer program culminated in the creation of research and art projects, many of which are now on display in Las Vegas for a limited time.

What’s New at BODIES…The Exhibition?
For a limited time, BODIES…The Exhibition will feature new didactics that illustrate the effects of COVID-19 on the systems of the human body. Visitors will have the opportunity to further understand the workings of the virus that has been so widely discussed and debated this year as well as how it affects more than just the respiratory system.

What to expect during your next visit?
In order to create a comfortable and safer environment for guests and employees, the Exhibitions have implemented new health safety guidelines and procedures, including:

  • All employees are screened for symptoms, including a temperature screening, prior to the start of their shift each day.
  • Guests and employees are required to wear masks or face coverings at all times while inside the Exhibitions.
  • Hand sanitizing stations are conveniently placed throughout both Exhibitions.
  • All highly touched surfaces are routinely cleaned and disinfected on a more frequent basis.
  • Physical distancing is encouraged and signage reminding guests to keep six feet apart from those outside of their party is placed throughout the venue.

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition and BODIES…The Exhibition are now open every Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. with final admission granted at 5 p.m. For more information, visit and


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About BODIES…The Exhibition
Described as a “life-changing experience,” BODIES…The Exhibition is one of the most fascinating and educational experiences in Las Vegas. The real human bodies have been meticulously dissected, preserved through an innovative process and respectfully presented, giving visitors the opportunity to view the beauty and complexity of their own organs and systems like never before. In addition to providing an up-close look inside our skeletal, muscular, respiratory and circulatory systems, the Exhibition encourages healthy lifestyle choices.  Authentic human specimens illustrate the damage caused to organs by smoking, over-eating and lack of exercise. 

About Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
The grand story of the “Ship of Dreams” is revived through Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition at Luxor Hotel & Casino. With over 300 real artifacts, guests embark on a journey to feel what it was like aboard the famous luxury liner. The exhibition includes dramatic recreations of first and third class cabins, a replica of the Grand Staircase and also houses a 15-ton section of the Titanic’s starboard hull, appropriately called the ‘Big Piece.’ Travel back in time and experience the wonder and tragedy of the world’s most famous ocean-liner.

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