Titanic Museum Attraction
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The “Titanic Museum Attraction” in Branson, Missouri is a permanent, interactive attraction and an ongoing tribute to the many passengers who experienced this magnificent ship’s one-and-only voyage. It’s a beautiful replica of the world’s most famous ship, grabbing the immediate attention of passers-by with its bow appearing to break through the ocean water. It offers visitors far more than the typical museum, including hands-on experiences like walking the grand staircase, steering the ship with the big wheel, and touching an iceberg. The ship’s crew is a talented cast of characters from the “Titanic,” authentically dressed and extremely informative. It’s a very family friendly museum, offering an enchanting two hour walk-through, interactive experience you’ll not soon forget! Continually receiving positive reviews, Branson’s “Titanic Museum Attraction” has been awarded TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence for the past four years.
Special events are hosted throughout the year, so it’s always a great time to visit Branson’s “Titanic Museum Attraction,” where the brave men, women, and children of the ill-fated ship are lovingly honored. In 2016, likely the most impressive artifact ever located from the ship will be on display, the violin played by Bandmaster Wallace Hartley. A gift from his fiancé, a fact so noted by a plaque she had affixed to the tailpiece of this precious instrument, the violin will be on display in Branson from March 7 through May 29, 2016. Titanic has the world exclusive rights to publicly display this treasured item; you simply can’t miss it! Another significant event you must experience is the display of the only bible to survive the Titanic; a truly spiritual treasure. Also in 2016, Titanic in Branson pays tribute to the musicians who were aboard during its fateful voyage; a grand piano sits among lovingly reproduced images of each musician, and it’s available for visiting pianists to play a tune or two! Of course, you’ll definitely want to visit the “Titanic Museum Attraction” during the Winter and Christmas Celebration in November and December when the ship becomes a magical, glittering wonderland of festive decorations.
Make plans now to experience the “Titanic Museum Attraction,” celebrating ten years in Branson as a permanent commemoration of one of history’s most memorable events.