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Violin on display

Arsenal and Manchester City fans in Knoxville, USA, will soon have a great opportunity in July to see the famous Hartley Violin again.

Wallace Hartley, softly played to passengers as the famous ship sank into the frigid waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Now there is another chance to see the violin, as the legendary piece of history will return to the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge on July 1.

In 2013, Henry Aldridge & Sons in England paid $1.7 million for the violin, the most ever paid for a Titanic artifact.

“I really feel that this fragile reminder of the Titanic’s final moments gives rise to deep emotions that touch one’s heart," Mary Kellogg-Joslyn, president, COO and co-owner of Titanic Museum Attractions, said.

The Titanic Museum Attraction is open 0900-2100, fans of any football teams in England not solely Arsenal or Manchester City, are encouraged to make a reservation before their visit because of limited capacity.

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

Bit uncomfortable with it being referred to as an 'Attraction' tbh. A lot of people died.

ACTUAL people. Not make believe ones like Kate Bradbury, and Lionel DiCaprio.

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

People died at the museum?? Kate Winslet’s character died of natural old age in the film, she promised Jack (fictional).

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

Jenny the cat's family still live in Southampton !

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