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Titanic Museum Branson Ends Movie Exhibit

The Titanic Museum Branson will soon be closing its exclusive tribute to James Cameron’s movie masterpiece “Titanic” after a successful two year run. The last day to see this exhibit will be January 1, 2010.

This special exhibit offers guests the chance to go behind-the-scenes of this Oscar-winning movie. The film’s hand-crafter props, set pieces and costumes are on display, including two of Rose’s (Kate Winslet’s character) magnificent dresses. The beautiful heart-shaped diamond and sapphire necklace is also on display. Additional behind-the-scenes videos, photos, on-location stories and the shooting script Cameron used are also on display.
The World’s Largest Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson has been in operation for 3½ years and has welcomed aboard almost 2 million guests. The 17,000 square-foot ship-shaped structure is built half-scale to the original Titanic and towers more than 100 feet above its anchored position on Highway 76. A 90-minute self-guided or optional audio tour covers 20 galleries on two decks displaying more than 400 priceless artifacts that once belonged to Titanic passengers or crew.

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