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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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  • My family visited The Titanic and we loved it! Me and my dad like to learn about things like this so we read about all the artifacts they had and such along the way. From feeling the cold water to lea...  more »
  • very nice experience, my 10yr old loved it, my 3yr old could not get out fast enough - all in all I wish I had had more time to take it all in, interesting facts, there was a piano and musician who pl...  more »
  • I took our boys to see the Titanic Museum, not once but twice. They LOVE it. Each time that they feature a new exhibit, they ask to go back. Definitely plan on at least a half of a day to fully experi...  more »
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  • This is an interactive Titanic museum, with actual artifacts rescued from the Titanic. The staff get in character and share the story of the ill-fated unsinkable titan. At the beginning of the tour you are given a boarding pass with a person's name and background and through the tour there are subtle hints as to the person who's pass you have survived the sinking. The last room has a wall of remembrance to those who perished and survived. There you will find the name of the person on your boarding pass and find out if that person survived. It's hard not to feel mixed emotions while on the tour. There are faithful recreations of the hallways, cabins, and the Grand Staircase however as you interact with these you hear the story of how events passed that cold April night. Food, drink, and chewing gum prohibited inside as well as photography.
  • We were super excited to go here, & I am sure glad we picked this as an attraction on our visit! Use Groupon to help with the cost. Just know that you cannot take any pics inside, & make sure you get pics outside before you come in. It is full of both authentic & recreated items, & it was an up close & personal look at the Titanic & the people who made this fateful journey. Highly recommended family event!
  • Very interesting! Amazing artifacts and pictures. I love that you can go at your own pace b and listen to the recording devices. I felt overwhelmed at times, going to the same display more than once feeling i missed something... But they were very busy that day
  • Amazing artifacts... unfortunately you can't take pictures inside but is still amazing... surprises around every corner... find out at the end if you have survived or not as each person to board the titanic receives a boarding past with a name from an authentic Titanic passenger... did you live or die? What is your story? Find out at the Titanic museum
  • The exhibits were neat to see. There was an audio tour that allowed you to move at your own pace. When we first got there there was a very large line but it moved quickly as they admit about 50 people at a time. Our kids also got to participate in an audio tour. It was fun and worth the price. We were a little disappointed that you're not allowed to take pictures inside the building.