- 3 hours (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
At this one of a kind dinner, you are a participant in one of the most famous dinner parties in history, celebrating the retirement of Titanic's Legendary Captain E. J. Smith. Interact with some of Titanic’s most notable passengers and luminaries as you experience a sumptuous three-course meal and are treated to a "night to remember". This unique experience also includes a tour of the Titanic the Experience and a re-enactment of that tragic night of April 14-15. Come aboard this wonderful ‘Ship of Dreams’ and help keep her legacy alive.
- Romantic experience, perfect for couples
- Dinner included
- Family friendly
- All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
- Likely to Sell Out
- Dinner - 3-course dinner
- Entry/Admission - Titanic The Experience
- Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
Titanic The Artifact Exhibition
Friday and Saturday
Visit: Titanic The Experience, Orlando, Florida
At this one of a kind Titanic Gala Dinner you are a participant in one of the most famous dinner parties aboard Titanic. Join Margaret "Molly" Brown, and other 1st Class guests as you celebrate the retirement of Titanic's Legendary Captain, Edward John Smith. This event will be "a night to remember!"
The Galas' unique experience includes a tour of Titanic The Artifact Exhibition Galleries, 1st Class Dinner and re-enactments of the night of April 14-15.
Prior to dinner, enjoy the Captains Cocktail Party starting at 6:30pm. Try one of the R.M.S Signature Cocktails - The 401 (A Champagne Based cocktail) and The Unsinkable Molly Brown (Bourbon Based Cocktail)
Titanic Dinner Event Menu:
Mixed Greens Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette
Artisan Cheese and Olive Plate
Vienna Rolls with Butter
Fillet of Beef served with Mushroom Dem-Glaze
Chicken Breast with Lyonnaise sauce
Selection of Seasonal Vegetables
Rosemary Roasted Red Potatoes
White Chocolate Mousse with Raspberry Drizzle in an edible Chocolate Cup
Chicken Tenders with Homemade Mac & Cheese
Tea, Water, Coffee and Soda with Dinner Service.
Beer and Wine Service available
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Infant seats available
- Infant meals not included
- Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
- Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
The food was excellent. The show was very disappointing, even frienghting for little kids, the way the actors were arguing, on who,s fault it was ,for not Waring about the iceberg, I,'ve seen the exhibit in Pigion Forge, wonderful. Would not recommend this one.
My friend and I had such a wonderful time with our kids last night! I teach a unit on the Titanic every year and I’ve been very curious about the Titanic Dinner Gala. I learned a lot of facts I didn’t know and I was wonderfully impressed by the talent and kindness of the actors involved. We were there for nearly four hours and I don’t think the actors took a break longer than ten minutes. Thank you for a marvelous evening!
really enjoyed the show and characters and the ship. Food was so. nothing for vegetarian to eat. showmanship of characters is great and experience of what happened and viewing the artifacts is very interesting
This was fantastic. It was a great experience for 4 of us that attended. We laughed, we cried, we learned a lot of new information about that tragic night and the unfortunate people that did and did not survive. I highly recommend this event.
Food was amazing from beginning to end. Show was very touching, characters were very interactive. The artifacts are beautiful. Even my 13 yr old daughter I dragged with me had a great time and did more research on it when we got home. I told her she would like it :)
The artifacts were interesting and the actors were really good, but I was expecting more. The food was just ok, the dining room was a bit small, but the service was really good.
From start to finish your invited to be one of the passengers aboard the titanic when she sailed to America , you are given a character who you should become for the entire experience, the actors are enthusiastic and encourage you the entire time ,the only thing I would ask is your given more time after the dinner to read and peruse the information posted around the different areas and also where you have you dinner could be a little mor decorated to suggest your in the titanic dining area .
This tour was a wonderful evening. I attended with my mother, who is in her 80s. From the moment we walked in the door, everyone from the staff to the amazing actors and actresses were engaging, especially with my mother. She can't stop talking about the wonderful, memorable evening we had! A++++++
The meal was excellent..filet mignon and chicken hollandaze...The re-enactment was informative with excellent acting . The sets showing the interior and artifacts of the Titanic was amazing. It was very emotional but educational and well presented in a serious and fun way depicting the background of some of the passengers...It was great value for the money...Don't miss it!
I must admit that most of the tour was boring. We arrived at 6 30. The tour started after 7 00 pm and there was not much to see. We were standing for 1.5 hour .I f you are above 60 this is an ordeal.there was no where to sit. By 800 pm we were all hungry. The food was ok,but nothing special. After dinner my wife and I left right away, perhaps missing the most interesting part of the tour. The idea of a titanic dinner is good, but I suppose a real dinner aboard the real titanice must have been far more classier than this!
The dinner gala is designed around the idea that you are being given a tour of the ship before the disaster. You therefore get information about the luxury of the ship, the expectations, excitement etc. You also get introduced to some of the characters involved in the ship. There is of course a meal and a tour of the facility. We booked it because the story of the Titanic is interesting and enduring and we did get a better sense of the tragedy. We found that it started off very slowly and were a bit confused by the different characters and the story line. As time went on it became clearer and things moved a bit faster. The final tour of the exhibit was for us the highlight.
The meal was okay but not great and don't expect to walk away full because the portions are small! You also have to pay for cocktails and they are not cheap. This is why the forty minute cocktail hour seemed so endless!
Overall this was an interesting experience and gave us a better understanding of the tragedy.
Awesome experience! Good food! Even my 16 year old son and 12 year old daughter expressed their enjoyment of the dinner show!! I highly recommend this dinner show!