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Titanic Museum, Branson

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Pay tribute to one of the greatest tragedies of the 20th century at the Titanic Museum. Housed in a half-scale model of the Titanic, the museum features a 90-minute, self-guided tour that follows one passenger aboard the historic voyage and winds through 20 galleries with over 400 pre-discovery artifacts. Admire the beautiful detailing of the grand staircase and staterooms of what was considered the greatest ship in the world, or head to the top deck to practice steering with the captain. Don’t miss the chance to touch an actual iceberg and to find out what happened to the person whose boarding card you received when you entered the museum. Titanic Museum is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Branson Edition.
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Packed with good-value motel rooms, Branson offers decent accommodations at affordable prices even during the height of the tourist season. If you've come to enjoy the views of the Ozarks, look for vacation rental cabins, many of which are available on a nightly basis. A short drive out of town, most two- or three-bedroom cabins offer free Wi-Fi and fully equipped kitchens, along with access to enclosed yards ideal for hosting small parties. To stay in town without breaking the bank, look for mid-range hotels near Highway 76.
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  • We had the opportunity to be at the Titanic when some of the costumes from the movies were on display there. It was very enjoyable. I like the interaction with boarding passes and staff period good ex...  more »
  • The museum is well thought out and informative. Even the 6-year old granddaughter loved the interactive activities.  more »
  • This is a great museum to go see when it is not a busy time. We have taken our time going through, reading information and looking at artifacts in the past. This time there were so many people, the st...  more »
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  • Good fun. Tickets are expensive, $57 for 2 adults, free for our 4 year old. The museum displays are very high quality and all the workers were helpful, knowledgeable, and period dressed. My 4 year old loved it, I'd say it would depend on the specific kid whether they would enjoy it. If they like ships, maps, models, or the Titanic they'll probably enjoy it.
  • The Titanic offers an array of information and things to see. The actors are very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. Be advised, there is a no photography rule and we adhered to that. However, some others did not and this was a turn off to our party. Crowded sometimes, but if you wait a bit, the crowd comes and goes with time. We spent 2 hours here, lots of fun! Oh! Deaf and hard of hearing friendly, too. Be sure to ask for the transcripts at the main desk and some of the tour guides sign.
  • Was very pleasantly surprised with this place. First impressions made me wonder why on earth was there a Titanic museum in Branson that really famous place like Southampton, and Belfast that is linked with the Titanic. At the end of the tour you found out that the owner of the museum is the person who funded the first expeditions of the boat. Would have been great to say that at the beginning. The costumes everyone was in made it look rather touristy but all the artifacts were very well and tastefully displayed. The cards passed out at the beginning was a nice touch that allowed all to gain personal connection to the ship with the aim to find out if your person survived. The display was also very child friendly. Very much worth a trip around this museum.
  • We loved the exhibit and learned so much. The guides were very knowledgeable and filled us in on a lot of details of which I was certainly not aware. my 9 and 11 year old granddaughters loved it, too - especially the hands on exhibits detailing the water temperature and the slope of the ship as it sank. i would recommend this to everyone!
  • We absolutely loved it! Our grandson planned our trip, counted down the days, & it was all he anticipated!! He had to bring his suit & be dressed for the Titanic! We didn't catch the pianist's name, but we'll never forget him or the Captain! Thank you all for our wonderful memories!