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Titanic Museum, Pigeon Forge

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Step back in time with a visit to Titanic Museum, a two-story structure designed to look like the famous ocean liner. Built in half-scale to the original ship, this is the largest permanent venue of its kind in the world. Designers built this structure in a pool, which gives visitors the illusion of being on the ship, adrift at sea. To discover what it must have been like to travel as one of the original passengers of the ill-fated ship in 1912, take a self-guided tour of the venue. As you explore the replica, you can see over 400 artifacts spread over 20 galleries, chronicling the stories of several passengers and crew members. A visit to Titanic Museum represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Pigeon Forge vacation builder to plot your vacation.
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Despite its relatively small size, Pigeon Forge offers diverse lodging options, including family-owned hotels, luxury resorts, and quaint bed and breakfasts. To take advantage of the most this pristine natural area has to offer, consider pitching a tent or driving your RV into one of many campgrounds just outside of town. In addition to traditional sites for tent and trailer camping, many rustic campgrounds in the area offer mountain cabins for rent, which include modern conveniences like TVs, microwaves, and refrigerators.
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  • This museum has actual artifacts from the Titanic as well as personal stories about many of the passengers. You feel like you know more about the people as well as the ship after your visit. We enjoye...  more »
  • The only part of the entire place was the ice berg and the cards they give you to see if that person survived or not. No picturesponse just kind of boring  more »
  • We enjoyed this museum. The employees were all friendly and very informative. Learning about the people that were on the titanic was a great experience.  more »
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  • Worth the money, you spend a lot of time in there. They have an adult as well as a kids audio tour. You are given a passenger that you follow along with and at the end you find out whether you survived or not. There is also an exact replicate of the grand staircase that was on the ship. The gift shop is also very nice and has a lot of jewelry, lamps, and beautiful items you would not expect to find. NO PHOTOS ALLOWED EXCEPT FOR THE CLOTHING UPSTAIRS.
  • Awesome information, loved the multiple interactions from having your own person to follow throughout the trip to being able to touch 27 degree water and an iceberg. Only reason i cannot rate five stars is the picture taking policy. Understandable due to the multiple incredible artifacts but there should be an area, possibly including the grand stair case in which to take pictures. Would have made the experience more memorable. Ecspecially considering the policy was not well monitored and those willing to break rules had their phones out.
  • This was a very cool and unique place. The entire building is a replica of the ship, and they do have some unique pieces inside. There is a replica of the grand staircase that you walk through, very neat. Air conditioning was very cold. When I went through they had some wardrobe displays from the James Cameron film. $25 dollar adult admission
  • It was informative and we'll put together. The relics from the ship, makes it more human. The sacrifice made by those, so as to save others, reminded me of the goodness of people. The museum was a reminder that, that which takes much effort and cost, can be destroyed in seconds, minutes, hours and days. It reminded me, to trust God in all things and in all my ways.
  • What a wonderful experience! The self guided tour was very informative and entertaining. It is suggested to allow 2 hours. We were there 4 hours and still didn't see everything! Well worth every penny!