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Titanic


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They've built a ship-shaped permanent, interactive Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, Mo.  Everyone knows the name Titanic.  Everyone knows that Titanic hit an iceberg. Everyone knows that Titanic was lost.  But there is so much more to her story. Discover the stories of the passengers and crew who sailed Titanic, as our crew and interactive galleries bring them to life. It is more than just a museum; it’s a Permanent, Interactive Attraction for all ages.   

 

The attraction is both intriguing and emotionally moving as you venture through the vessel. It begins with receiving a boarding pass and bio of a passenger and concludes with the memorial wall to see if your passenger survived.  Winding through the museum you will encounter crew members in period garb who help tell the tale, or interactive displays such as placing your hand in 28 degree water to better understand what passengers had to endure. 

 

Each year, special events are planned for the iconic ship. In 2023, this pristine attraction honors the 135 children aboard the RMS Titanic. Young ones that ranged from 9 weeks to 15 years each have a story and this exhibit shines a light upon them this year. In the past, there have been commemorations of the 10 dogs that were aboard the ship, and another year the special showing of the actual violin of band leader Wallace Hartley who played until the doomed ship went down.

 

There is no need to wait for a special event when every day, you may climb the exact replica of the grand staircase or touch a real iceberg; experience how both the upper class and working poor traveled as you catch of glimpse of the living quarters; sit in a lifeboat or stand on the sloping decks. It is easy to see why the Titanic Museum has become one of Branson’s most popular attractions.

 

The Titanic Museum receives plenty of attention in Branson and not just as a permanent museum. The ship is a landmark for locals to guide visitors. Most all directions given to guests include “go past” or “turn next to” the Titanic on the famous Hwy 76 strip. Centrally located on the main stretch of the strip, all heads turn to it as the horn bellows at high noon, and with its webcam perched atop its mast, you can check traffic flow via the internet to know when to avoid that part of the infamously trafficked strip.

 

Discount tickets for the Titanic Museum are available on this website or by calling Branson Ticket Deals at 888-470-5725.

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