The Titanic’s Grand Staircase

Titanic's Grand Staircase

The Grand Staircase on the Titanic was one of the most ornate and impressive features of the ship’s interior. It was located in the first-class section of the ship and was designed to be a grand entrance for passengers boarding the ship.

The Grand Staircase was made of wrought iron and featured oak paneling, intricate carvings, and bronze cherubs. The staircase spanned several decks and was lit by a large glass dome that allowed natural light to filter down into the space.

At the bottom of the staircase was a clock with a sculpture of a cherub on top, known as “Honour and Glory Crowning Time.”