Titanic Museum, Branson
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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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As part of our Bachelorette weekend our bride said she always wanted to visit the Titanic Museum so we did just that! It was a very informative tour and it makes it a little more personal when you are... read more »
This was actually our least favorite activity while in Branson. We attended with a group and felt it was overpriced in comparison to other activities in the area. We did enjoy the docents and apprecia... read more »
Great place to spend a few hours. Very informative. They have actual artifacts from the Titanic. Good place to take children. They have individual audio devices to carry with you and you push specific... read more »
I loved it. I went with my mom and it was the best thing I did in pigeon forge. It was so amazing. I even cried at some parts. The feeling the water was so cool and the grand staircase. I wish we could have taken photos though. But totally worth the money. This is once in a life time experience.
I have one word for this museum- AMAZING. The stuff you see is gut wrenching and yet moving. I learned so much and saw real artifacts. I talked to several employees there for information- I swear it was like they knew the life story of every passenger on board! I had so many questions and they answered them in great depth. You get a boarding pass when you enter with a little story of a REAL passenger who you "are" throughout the tour, then in the end you find out if the individual survived. (Mine did, and I got to hear her life story from the woman in the gift shop!) All I can say, is that if you want something for the whole family that includes a good learning experience, be sure to hop aboard for an amazing time! I'll be back! Thabks for being my FAVORITE part of our Branson adventure!!
Linda Sue Brooks
Very nice museum, but very frustrating and not well thought out. You are given a boarding pass with a name and your mission is to find out what happened to your passenger. The way it is set up is more like a mystery to hold the interest of a little child not an adult. They show pictures of many passengers though out the tour but they want you to "wait" till the end to find out their fate. As you curiosity and empathy grows you are anxious to find out what happens. Problem is; you find at the end you needed a notebook to take notes to remember everyone to look up on the passenger list. As the tour ends there is also an entire wall of children but you don't know which ones survived. There were pictures of entire families and you are left wondering. Many stories without endings and you are left hanging on the edge of your seat...forever. I was so frustrated by the time I finished. When I asked the guides about the fate of some of the pictures; some other tourists thanked me because they had the same questions. The staff is very well informed and if you find one, they are most willing to answer your questions. To wait till the end to learn the fate of only one person is, in my opinion, wrong. Each Titanic passenger deserves to have their story and fate known to all who are interested.
I enjoyed this museum. Staff was very knowledgeable. Not a huge Titanic fan which is why I didn't have the time of my life like my girlfriend did. Also they won't allow photos and one staff member told me taking pictures would end up giving me a Felony which I did not appreciate. If you really are into the Titanic and its history you really should check this place out. The building is awesome that's for sure!
The museum is very good. I liked listening to the crew members talk about the events that happened and about the people on board. Great place to visit. It was neat touching the iceberg. Not real obvious where to get your picture taken. Not all the hand held devices work, that talk to you through your self guided tour. The iceberg makes the whole museum chilly, which is nice in the Summer. I found myself wishing I brought a jacket or sweater. Would recommend to friends and family.
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