Titanic: Artifact Exhibition is at a Museum in Hobbs
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition opened this past July at the Western Heritage Museum (1 Thunderbird Circle) in Hobbs and will continue to show until November 6th.
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition is an enriching, educational and entertaining experience for tourists and homes in Hobbs NM residents of all ages. It features more than 250 real artifacts that were recovered from the fateful voyage that set sail more than 104 years ago. Attendees are invited to go back in time to view room re-creations and hear personal stories that focus on a different part in the gripping story of Titanic’s first and only voyage. In addition, exhibit goers are given a boarding pass upon entry that has the name of a real Titanic passenger. Once patrons get to the end of the exhibit they find out if their person survived or perished.
Hurry up and see Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition before it’s too late! This exhibition is sponsored by the City of Hobbs, J. F Maddox Foundation, and New Mexico Junior College and is just a short drive from the homes in Hobbs NM community of Zia Crossing. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Admission into the event is $5, $3 for seniors and students, and free for children 5 and under as well as active military, veterans and first responders.Tags: home builder alamogordo nm, home builder hobbs nm, new homes alamogordo nm, new homes roswell nm