Real objects, real stories

On the night of 14 to 15 April 1912, the Titanic, the largest ship the world had ever seen and a veritable floating palace and technological feat, sank following a collision with an iceberg. This devastating incident claimed the lives of over 1,500 individuals and permanently shook people's trust in modern technology. Over a century later, Brussels is paying tribute to this tragedy, which remains vivid in collective memory, by hosting "Titanic - The Artifact Exhibition".

This educational exhibition for families focuses on the memorable stories of the men and women aboard the legendary RMS Titanic. The presentation of more than 260 objects and the reconstruction of the ship's cabins and emblematic places tell the true story of this terrible shipwreck. Visitors will be able to see authentic items brought to the surface by Paul-Henri Nargeolet, Director of Underwater Research, and his teams.

From 15 March 2024 at Tour & Taxis in Brussels

  • 50%* discount on your train journey
  • Children under the age of 12 travel for free (max. 4 children per paying traveller)
  • Round trip on the same day
  • On  weekdays, the outward journey is possible from 9h00 am.
  • More info about the Discovery Ticket
More information:
Address: Tour & Taxis, Port Avenue, 86 C, 1000 Brussels

15 minutes walk from Brussels Nord station or use the Tour & Taxis free shuttle bus. If you are coming from the Dendermonde area on the S10 line, get off at the "Thurn and Taxis" stop, within walking distance of the expo (Dendermonde area: Dendermonde, Sint-Gillis, Lebbeke, Heizijde, Opwijk, Merchtem, Mollem, Asse, Zellik and Jette)

Buy your Discovery Ticket in an instant

  1. Buy your e-ticket at
  2. Look for the Discovery Ticket code on your 'Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition'- e-ticket: it is a 16 character code.
  3. Order your Discovery Ticket directly from this page.
  4. Show the pdf of your Discovery Ticket on your smartphone or show a printed version when the train conductor passes by on the train.
  5. Enjoy your journey!

Frequently asked questions

Each owner of an e-ticket for 'Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition' will receive a code for the purchase of 1 Discovery Ticket, which allows him or her to travel by train to Bruxelles-Nord station for half the price.
The SNCB discount code is valid for the day of your excursion. Return on the same day.
Yeah, you can.
The Discovery Ticket discount code (16 characters) can be found on the e-ticket issued at
Any other questions? Check out the frequently asked questions about the Discovery Ticket.

*Discount only applied to the non-fixed part of the Standard fare. In 2nd class, the fixed amount is € 1,3709, per single journey. In 1st class, it is € 1,7822 (less than 37km) or € 1,9193 (37km - 51km) or € 2,1112 (52km and more) per single journey. The minimum price per single journey is € 2,50 in 2nd and € 3,30 in 1st class.

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