Whom, one has to wonder, when arranging to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Titanic sinking, decided that ‘let’s pretend’ for younger visitors was a good idea? Either it’ll be stunningly trivial (learn to Charleston!) or traumatic “What do you mean you can’t swim? You’re dressed as a poor person so let’s pretend that they wouldn’t let you in a life boat. That means you have to jump in the pond now”.
Also, “tragic maiden voyage” and “ill fated liner” to “enjoy afternoon tea” and “costumes and games” in one paragraph. Erm, well done, I’m quite flummoxed by that leap of copy writing.