Titanic Museum Attraction
Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson is a celebration of the ship, passengers and crew! It is said that the best way to respect and honor those who gave their lives is to simply tell their stories.
As the whole world remembers the world’s most famous luxury liner, Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson. MO. will continue to open the door to the past in it’s one-of-a-kind way – letting “passengers” experience what it was like to walk the hallways, parlors, cabins and Grand Staircase of the Titanic while surrounded by more than 400 artifacts directly from the ship and its passengers. As visitors touch a real iceberg, walk the Grand Staircase and third class hallways, reach their hands into 28-degree water, and try to stand on the sloping decks, they learn what it was like on the RMS Titanic by experiencing it first-hand.
Each guest entering the ship will receive a boarding pass of an actual Titanic passenger or crew. Feel their spirit presence in the galleries where over 400 personal and private artifacts are on display. Many are on display for the first time in the world. This collection is valued at over four and a half million dollars. This is a self-guided tour.
Discover your passenger or crew’s fate in the Titanic Memorial Room where 2,208 names line this historic wall. The heart of the ship is the Grand Staircase, constructed from the original Harland & Wolff plans with its oak carvings and cherub statue. Here, a magnificent glass dome reflects light off oak wall paneling and elaborate railings and iron scrollwork. Wide, sweeping steps and landings provide a spectacular area where the original guests of the RMS Titanic made their appearances. You’ll be surprised to learn what the floor was made of – something considered most expensive for 1912.
Not sure why this has so many 5 stars. We are lovers of the titanic and love the history but this was incredibly boring. You get an audio thing to listen to throughout the walk through but it was so boring to listen to that we didn't bother with it. The couple rooms that had a guide to talk to and answer questions was good but there really isn't a reason they couldn't have someone in every room so we wouldn't have those boring audios. They had a few neat artifacts and staff was pretty nice. They give you a card about a person on the titanic and you find out at the end of you survive. That was the only thing that kept my child interested. Overall wasn't worth the money because we paid full price so I wouldn't ever recommend it to anyone unless you got free tickets or something. We were just so incredibly disappointed. I would have scored it higher if we could have taken pictures because my kid would have looked adorable steering the ship. But no place is getting a good rating from me if they won't let me take pictures of my kid.
This is a really awesome experience. Recommend spending several hours in there. It is a great history lesson and the way they do it is unique. It is fun even if you haven't seen the movie which I had not and my friend had. We both had a blast.
The Titanic Museum is a wonderful experience. This is a self paced museum, and each paid person receives a transponder that gives information about each exhibit. I would not recommend this museum for children younger than about 7. There is limited hands-on exhibits that the younger children enjoy. Also, pictures are not allowed at all. There are people stationed everywhere to ensure you don't take pictures. That is the reason that I placed 4 stars. If this was to change, it would easily be worth 5.
Excellent experience and knowledgeable staff but the girl that checked us in was rude when I️ didn’t hear her when she told me where the bathrooms were( I️ am slightly hard of hearing).... She huffed and said, “ I️ SAID IT IS...” and then told me, But the rest of her coworkers were fabulous, friendly and very knowledgeable. The exhibits were superb! Very moving with lots of recovered artifacts and hands on exhibits to help you feel like you were there... like slopped decks to try standing on at different points of the sinking, an authentic life raft to get in and hear recordings of different survivors including the Unsinkable Molly Brown, and a bucket of cold water that was the temperature of the water that night to plunge your hAnd in to see how long you could survive...Photos were not allowed so only have this one to share...
I rarely get to go to museums, but when I do, they are always really fascinating. This is the best one ever!!!!! I loved it. The only bad thing was the number of lives that were lost. But great museum.