Titanic Museum Attraction | Branson, MO #ExploreBranson

Titanic Museum Attraction | Branson, MO #ExploreBranson

Disclosure: I have been invited to Branson, MO by US Family Guide Blogger Network and Explore Branson to experience some of the attractions. All opinions are my own and may differ from yours.

Titanic Museum

 

Titanic Museum Attraction!

I have been wanting to visit the Titanic Museum Attraction for the longest time and was certainly glad to see it on my Branson itinerary. You can’t miss the Titanic driving through Branson. It looks like the Titanic with an iceberg on the side except it’s a little smaller than actual size, actually half the size.

Titanic Museum

Photo Credit: Titanic Museum Attraction

No pictures are allowed inside, but they have supplied us with some courtesy of the Titanic Museum Attraction. Everything about the museum is extravagant just as I’m sure the actual ship was. It is filled with over 400 artifacts collected mostly by John Joslyn who is the owner of Branson Titanic along with the Pigeon Forge location.

Titanic Museum

Photo Credit: Titanic Museum Attraction

This year the tour is dedicated to the 8 musicians who kept playing up until the very end, who by the way, did not have to but felt it was their job to do so.

Titanic Museum

Photo Credit: Titanic Museum Attraction

There are 2 separate audio tours, one for adults and one for children. There are also interactive displays to learn from.

Titanic Museum

Photo Credit: Titanic Museum Attraction

When you first arrive, you are given a boarding pass of one of the passengers and at the end you find out if they lived or died. Unfortunately, we all perished went the Titanic went down.

I have seen the Titanic movie many times, but I didn’t realize that there were dogs on board. Every day at noon, you can meet the Titanic mascots, Molly & Carter and even connect with them on Facebook.

 

Titanic Museum

Photo Credit: Titanic Museum Attraction

The Titanic Museum Attraction is Located in the heart of Branson, 3235 76 Country Blvd & Hwy 165. You can purchase your tickets online or at the box office, but I have heard that they can sell out pretty quickly. 

Ticket prices:

  • Adult – $24.26
  • Child – $11.22
  • Family Pass – $62.84 ( 2 adults, 4 children)

You can get more information on the Titanic website and connect with them on Facebook and Twitter.

Comments

  1. What a cool place to visit and I especially like that it is educational as well. I would definitely take a moment or two to show those mascots some love.

  2. Barb Miller says:

    That would be cool to visit… too bad I’m not near there…

  3. Sarah Hayes says:

    i love this! Ive been to one before, cant remember where but it was really neat. Id love to visit this museum too. I love learning about the titanic

  4. nicole dziedzic says:

    This Titanic Museum Attraction is just the perfect thing for the kids to learn some history that is not only fun but incredible to me. I remember when the movie came out and i was so drawn to it, also got it on tape and books about it. Would be really cool to see this.

  5. G K says:

    I would love to go to this museum. The movie was one of my favorites as a kid.

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