Questions & answers

Below you’ll find ‘Visitor information’ and ‘Opening times & prices’ as well as practical details.

Visitor information

How long does it take to experience Titanic The Exhibition?
The guided tour (with an audio guide) takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Are audio guides available at the exhibition?
Yes, every visitor will be provided with a personal audio guide, which is included in the admission.

What language are the audio guides in?
Danish, English, Finnish, French, German, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish.

Is there a restaurant or café at the exhibition?
Eddahallen has a restaurant with a varied selection to suit all tastes.

Is photography permitted at the exhibition?
No, you may not take photographs inside the actual exhibition.

Can I take a pushchair into the exhibition?
Yes.

Can I take my dog to the exhibition?
No, out of consideration for allergy sufferers, dogs are not allowed at the exhibition.

Is there a souvenir shop?
Yes, there is a shop by the exit from Titanic The Exhibition

Opening times & prices

What are the opening times to Titanic The Exhibition?
The opening times vary slightly. See the link ‘Opening times’ for the current times.

How much does a visit cost?
See the link ‘Prices’ for the different price categories for the exhibition.

Can I buy an entrance ticket direct from the cashier?
Yes, you can. Note that this is a cashless exhibition. You can only pay by card or Swish.

Can I pay by card or Swish?
Yes, we accept many types of debit card. Swish is also acceptable.

Can we pay with a voucher?
Yes, if it is paid and confirmed beforehand and you can show confirmation at the entrance.

Can we avoid queueing by buying tickets in advance?
Yes, you can bypass the ticket queue on location, but you have to take your place in the queue into the exhibition itself. It may occur ques during the delivery of audioguides.