Titanic Museum Attraction
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About Titanic Museum Attraction
Captivating the imaginations of millions, the world had never seen a ship of such magnificence and scale as the Titanic – the world’s largest and most famous luxury liner of its time. Embarking on its fateful maiden and final voyage in 1912, the infamous night is still remembered and honored […]read more...
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About Titanic Museum Attraction
At a Glance
- Tour Length 60-90 minutes (self-guided)
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- Local 417-544-1944
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Captivating the imaginations of millions, the world had never seen a ship of such magnificence and scale as the Titanic – the world’s largest and most famous luxury liner of its time. Embarking on its fateful maiden and final voyage in 1912, the infamous night is still remembered and honored more than a hundred years later.
A Tribute to the Titanic and Its Passengers
Paying tribute to the passengers who rode departed upon the fateful journey – the Branson Titanic Museum & Attraction honors the people, stories, and artifacts of the world’s most famous ship.
The RMS Titanic has been portrayed in movies, TV programs, and countless books – and now you have the opportunity to experience some of the history and items as they are brought back to life in this educational museum and attraction.
An Educational Walk-Through Exhibit
Upon visiting the museum, you will find that no attention to detail has been overlooked. The building is a half-scale model of the Titanic itself, giving you just a glimpse at the size and scale of the grand ship.
Each guest receives a Boarding Pass upon entering which represents one of the passengers or crew members and which provides a brief biography and other events of their life and time aboard. Conclude your tour through the museum by discovering the fate of your assigned person in the Memorial Room.
The self-guided walking tour will take you through multiple areas and educational areas where you can learn about the ship and its passengers.
The cabins, hallways, rooms, parlors, and even the $1 million Grand Staircase have been meticulously recreated to give you an authentic feeling of what it would be like aboard the ship. You will tour everything from the third-class cabins to the first-class suites and other areas that have been set up in original scale to the facilities on the ship.
Guests can touch a real iceberg, experience the chilling waters, walk down the Grand Staircase, walk upon the sloping decks (that emulate the angle of the ship as it went down), and view the various rooms.
More Than 400 Original Artifacts & Items ($4.5 million value)
Throughout the museum you can view more than 400 original artifacts from the actual Titanic, from life jackets to dinnerware – it’s all on display for you to see up-close. The $4.5 million collection is the only of its kind in the world, and features items that have never been displayed to the general public.
Some other amazing areas and items you will come across during your time visiting the Branson Titanic Museum include:
- 18′ scale model of the Titanic
- Molly & Carter’s dog kennel and tribute to the pets aboard the ship
- A recreation of a third-class cabin
- The $1 million Grand Staircase
- A perfectly-executed mock-up of a first-class suite
- The Captain’s Bridge
- Interactive displays and exhibits for children
- Touch a real glacier
- The Memorial Wall
- The Survivors’ Wall of Stories
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