Step back in time to April 1912 when you visit Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition in Orlando! See more than 300 artifacts, costumed actors, and full-scale room recreations!
TITANIC FIRST-CLASS DINNER GALA
Included with your Titanic Dinner Gala reservation, you may visit us during the daytime hours on the same day as your reservation to enjoy a self-guided tour through the Exhibition.
- Adult Ages 12+
- Child Ages 7 - 11
Enjoy a Gala Dinner on the Titanic
Come aboard the “Ship of Dreams” and be a guest at one of the most famous dinner parties on board Titanic. Join Captain Smith, Margaret “Molly” Brown, and additional first-class passengers for a night to remember.
The Titanic First Class Dinner Gala includes a Captain’s cocktail party, a tour of Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, a first-class dinner, and reenactments of the night of April 14, 1912.
- First Course – Garden Salad & Rolls with Butter
- Second Course – Fresh soup of the day
- Main Course – Dual Entrée Plated Meal featuring:
- Chicken Versailles
- Sirloin (6 oz.) with Béarnaise Sauce
- Twice Baked Potatoes
- Green Beans
- Children’s Main Course – Chicken Fingers with Mac & Cheese
- Dessert Course – Chocolate Mousse with Brownie
Q: What are the seating arrangements?
A: Each table seats up to 8 – 10 guests.
Q: When should we arrive?
A: Please arrive at 5:30 p.m. to check in at our Purser’s Desk, obtain your boarding passes, and table assignment. A cash bar will be available. You may purchase by the glass or bottle.
Q: Are visitors allowed to meet and greet the performers?
A: Yes, before and after the event you can mingle with each passenger.
Q: Are cameras, audio or video recording allowed at your show?
A: Only non-flash photography is allowed. No audio or video recording is allowed.
Q: What is the dress code?
A: We do not have a dress code, but this is Titanic, and you might be sitting next to a first-class passenger. Do keep in mind though that some of the rooms do get cold, as we do recreate the North Atlantic.
Q: Are masks required?
A: Masks are required while not actively eating or drinking.