Titanic The Artifact Exhibition in Montreal for an additional month!



    
             Popular exhibition to officially close September 27!
    

    MONTREAL, Aug. 24 /CNW Telbec/ - Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition will
remain at the Montreal Exhibition Centre for an additional month in order to
satisfy the demand especially from schools and groups. "We have received many
requests from groups and schools these past few weeks wishing to visit the
popular Exhibition and with the spectacular response from the public over this
summer, we have confirmed the extension until September 27" said Serge
Grimaux, presenter of the Montreal Exhibition.
    This extension until the official September 27 closing date will be the
last opportunity for visitors to experience the legend of Titanic like never
before. Since the Exhibition opened this past November, visitors of all ages
have viewed galleries filled with more than 280 real artifacts rescued from
Titanic's debris field, including the Ship's whistles, third class china and
personal items of those on board. The Exhibition features detailed room
re-creations and gripping stories, each highlighting a different chapter in
Titanic's compelling story.
    Those wishing to see the exhibit are strongly encouraged to purchase
tickets in advance before they sell out for the day.
    Tickets are available at all Ticketpro outlets. Charge-by-phone (514)
790-1111 or via internet at www.ticketpro.ca. Opening hours will be from 11:00
a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (last departure at 7:00 p.m.).




For further information:

For further information: Media relations: Sylvie Brunetta, Brunetta Etc!
Communications, (450) 628-4014, sbrunetta@brunettaetc.com

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