|Courtesy Franklin Institute|
Philadelphia, PA, USA (March 28, 2012) /PRNewswire/ — As the world prepares to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s sinking on April 15, Philadelphia museums and attractions are doing their part to honor the storied ship all year long. Visitors can explore the overall story with a tour of Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, returning to The Franklin Institute this fall by popular demand, or they can delve into the Philadelphia story specifically thanks to special displays on view at The Rosenbach Museum & Library and the Independence Seaport Museum. Visitors can even view some of the Titanic survivors’ graves at Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Here’s a look at how Philadelphia is marking this historic occasion:
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