Artifacts From The Titanic Exhibited At Scottsdale's OdySea
Everyone knows how the story of the Titanic ends.
In 1921, after the legendary ship hits an iceberg, it goes down in the North Atlantic — four days into a trip that was scheduled to end in New York City.
Over the course of the next century and beyond, there have been books, films and — probably most importantly — undersea expeditions that have helped millions of people learn more about it.
Now, Scottsdale’s OdySea in the Desert is hosting "Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition," which features artifacts that have been recovered from the ship.
To explain more about the exhibition and the continuing impact of the Titanic, The Show spoke to Alexandra Klingelhofer, curator for the exhibition.