About Titanic Museum Attraction
The Titanic Museum Attractions are irresistible tourist magnets in Branson, MO and Pigeon Forge, TN, attracting millions of visitors each year. Since opening day, each museum has generated a steady stream of visitors from across the country and around the world.
We've built a Permanent, Interactive Titanic Ship in Branson, Mo.
• Walk the Grand Staircase
• Steer the ship
• Learn to send an SOS signal
• Touch an iceberg
• KID FRIENDLY
• 2 Hour walk-through experience
Winner of the 2012 and 2013 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
"The best story telling museum in the world." - Rick Meade
"The most lavish monument to the sea's most famous disaster." - USA Today
NEW in 2014! WORLD EXCLUSIVE Exhibit! For the first time anywhere, the RMS Titanic’s eight heroic musicians will be the focus of an exhibit that explores their lives, loves and legacies.
Do you know the real TITANIC Museum Attraction?
Myth: The Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson is probably just another boring museum.
Fact: Absolutely not. Endorsed by the world-famous Titanic Historical Society, Titanic Museum Attraction is an internationally recognized living museum that holds the largest display of Titanic artifacts anywhere.
Myth: To get in, you must stand in long lines for hours.
Fact: It’s true we’re busy, especially on weekends and holidays; however, advance tickets make it easy to reserve a guaranteed hourly entrance time.
Myth: Some Titanic “artifacts” on display just have to be replicas.
Fact: The more than 400 genuine Titanic artifacts our galleries display are valued above $4 million and hold documented evidence of provenance.
“Visitors get a boarding pass in the name of an actual passenger, whose fate they learn at the end of the visit...” — The New York Times, March 14, 2012
Myth: Kids won't enjoy the Titanic Museum Attraction.
Fact: Children five years and older are fascinated and really get it. They describe their museum experiences with words like “awesome,” “fun,” and “really cool.” The museum attraction is a living classroom filled with hands-on opportunities that motivate, educate and inspire. Every child receives a special boarding pass profiling a youngster who actually sailed on Titanic—a passenger who children can relate to. We even created a special audio tour just for kids that brings the Titanic story to life, and our onboard Scavenger Hunt adds to the excitement. Voted one of five museum exhibits sure to “delight kids and parents” by The Dallas Morning News
Amenities: Handicap accessible, elevator, free parking, bus parking, gift shop. We also offer rentals for special occasions like wedding and vow renewal services.
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Titanic Museum Attraction Frequently Asked Questions
Approximately how long does it take to tour the Titanic Museum?
It takes about 90 minutes, but guests can take as long as they want.Is the museum handicap accessible?
Yes.Are wheelchairs available at the Titanic?
Yes, wheelchairs are free and are available on a first come, first serve basis.What does the tour consist of?
Titanic houses over 400 priceless artifacts and historic treasures and allows each visitor to encounter the personal heroic and tragic stories of its passengers. The showpiece is the Grand Staircase where visitors will experience the beauty of the Edwardian era. This emotional journey allows guests to Walk the Grand Staircase, See a first Class Stateroom, Touch an Iceberg and look back in time through our exclusive Father Browne photographic collection. Titanic offers something for every age with interactive experiences that will delight and inspire each guestAre cameras/video allowed at the Titanic Museum?
No. Cameras and/or video cameras are not allowed at the museum.What are the requirements for the Family Pass?
The Family Pass includes 2 adults and up to 4 children (18 years and under living at home). Minimum 4 tickets per family pass.
Titanic Museum Attraction Review
Our tour of the Titanic Museum Branson
was very interesting and informative. Before the tour began, we purchased audio for the tour for an additional $5. The audio accessory is very informative and well worth the money if you can spend extra time in the museum like we did. If you are visiting as a family with younger children, the audio most likely will not be needed as there is plenty to view and read without it. As we entered the museum we received a boarding pass complete with passenger information. The fate of our passenger was revealed at the end of the tour, on the Memorial Wall. My companion and I were both crew members, and we both survived.
My favorite activities included the Test Your Knowledge wheels located at the different exhibits and testing how long I could handle the 28 degree water temperature the Titanic passengers faced that fateful night. I could only keep one finger in the water for a minute and a half! The various replicas, like the Grand Staircase and third class and first class cabins, made me feel like an actual passenger on the Titanic. It was very realistic.
Crowds can be large at times, so be sure to allot at least an hour and a half for tour time. We stayed for an hour and still didn’t see it all! Cameras and video cameras are not allowed in the Branson Titanic museum
so be sure to leave those in the car.