Days are numbered for the Titanic... Exhibition at the Discovery Center of Idaho. It's amazing! And if you haven't seen it yet, you might want to plan your trip... now!

I once took my wife (then girlfriend) on a Titanic themed date; I bought a heart of the ocean necklace from Wal-Mart's website, took her to an Irish Pub for dinner, went to a Titanic exhibit, watched Titanic the movie and steamed up the windows in a stranger's car (jk about the last part). It was such an awesome time and NEITHER of us froze to death at the end of the night.

Well, the Discovery Center of Idaho has a Titanic Artifact Exhibit so you can recreate my entire date (stranger's car not included) but only for a limited time as the exhibit is closing on August 15th. If you're a fan of the movie Titanic or just a person who finds the story fascinating, this is for you. The actual Titanic currently sitting underwater for nearly 110 years is quickly rusting and will soon disintegrate back into mother earth so if you'd like to get up close and personal with the Titanic, this may be one of your final chances! Personally, I'm a big fan. Not just of the movie but the actual story of this technological marvel that was ruled unsinkable meeting an untimely demise on its maiden voyage, so long ago. Like the Titanic, it won't be around for long so book your ticket and enjoy the wonder of the story of the Titanic up close and in person right here in Boise!

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