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Titanic Museum Pigeon Forge Admission Ticket

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Students of history certainly know about the tragic fate of the Titanic, but you can actually experience what it was like on the ship with a visit to the Titanic Museum, in Pigeon Forge. After entering a museum that's a replica of this historic vessel, you can follow the story of an actual passenger. You walk along sloped decks, touch an iceberg, and see hundreds of artifacts from the ship. Multilingual audio tours are available in English, Spanish, German & Mandarin.
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$39.11
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Duration: 2h
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German, Chinese, English, Spanish

Highlights
  • Visit the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge with your advance admission ticket
  • See recreated Titanic details, like parlors, cabins, and the Grand Staircase
  • Easily plan your visit with a timed entry, and convenient mobile ticketing
  • Learn as you explore the exhibits with a multilingual audio guide, included

  • Audio Tour - available in English, Spanish, German & Mandarin
  • Admission to Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge
  • Entry/Admission - Titanic Museum Attraction
What's not included
  • Guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks
  • Souvenir photos (available to purchase)


Return details
  • Returns to original departure point

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 42038P1

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Most travelers can participate

  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

What you can expect during your visit
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.

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If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 42038P1

About the operator

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682francescaw
682francescaw
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Great experience!
My family and I visited the Titanic Museum last week while on vacation. We had an amazing time. Our youngest son is
EinWandersmann
EinWandersmann
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A "First Class" Exhibit
I went to the Titanic exhibit back in 1997 at the "Pyramid" in Memphis, TN. There is so much more here to see with
ccarpenter1963
ccarpenter1963
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Nice visit!
I wasn't sure I wanted to go to this, but the other ladies did. I figured it would be tacky. It was very well done
Cathy T
Cathy T
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Extremely Classy Museum
This museum is very interesting and lovely - even if you are only marginally interested in the Titanic. It is very
Ken N
Ken N
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Interesting place, but can get busy
This can get very busy like the day we went. Make sure you get your tickets in advance. Even though it was crowded
Sandy F
Sandy F
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My passenger lived.
interactive. Self directed. Educational. Upon entry you are given a card with a brief bio of a passenger and at t
lauramQ7638YO
lauramQ7638YO
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Really stunning
Couldn't believe this is in PF in TN! It was really fun pretending to be one of the passengers on board when assign
amazzoni4
amazzoni4
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Best way to spend your afternoon
It felt just like we were on the real ship. The self-guided tour was perfect. I even chose to listen to some of the
WMMBR
WMMBR
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Very interesting and worth the time
A very interesting museum with good audio narration and exhibits. We enjoyed the tour and it was child friendly
796crystalr
796crystalr
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Amazing
Plan to spend at least 2 hours if not more here. This was such an amazing experience. I would do this attraction ag
kmcoccia
kmcoccia
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Excellent!
This was an awesome tour/experience! Had the best tour guide Ginger! She really made all of us feel like we were
judysharyn
judysharyn
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Better than Belfast!
Just a month ago we went to the Titanic museum in Belfast, Scotland, it was impressive but we enjoyed this one more
NatashaHanselman
NatashaHanselman
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You have to visit the Titanic Museum
Never have I wanted to see and read about everything in a museum. I watched and loved the movie Titanic with DiCapr
TikiPirateCrew
TikiPirateCrew
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Great self guided tour
It's great to take the audio self-guided tour. You can explore at your own pace. Staff was friendly and helpful.
CaseyWit101
CaseyWit101
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Nice, clean, and cool museum and gift shop.
The museum is easy to navigate and full of friendly employees. The gift shop has cute stuff that’s reasonably price
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Tim C
Winchester, VA597 contributions
Here it is the year is 1912 we're setting out on the maiden voyage of the world's safest largest ship the Titanic. We board the ship and make a couple of stops then we set out across the Atlantic Bound for New York then on that cold Dreadful night or ships fate was to hit the iceberg. We lost 1200 lives at night out of 2000 I was one of the survivors.

Now for the review it's very nice inside it's worth the $21 you'll pay if you get a discounted ticket the gift shop is very cost-effective as it's one of the cheaper places to spend money in Pigeon Forge. They take you through the building of the Titanic the sailing of the Titanic and the sinking of the Titanic right now they have the 20-year anniversary clothing on display from the movie that was cast 20 years ago. The other display items that they normally have are at the facility in Branson Missouri which they will get back next year. So if you've been this year the show will be different next year. We enjoyed ourselves all three of us picked people that survived well they picked them for us but we survived we were all first-class passengers of which 205 survived. It is a great history lesson and what went wrong and how you should not cut corners to save a dollar or a pound. I recommend this show it's good for both adults and children as the audio tour has selections for both which the children will enjoy.
Written January 22, 2023
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Lori D
Blue Ridge, GA63 contributions
Jul 2022
We purchased tickets online at the last minute so our entry time was in the late evening. I recommend purchasing tickets in advance of your trip so you get a better time slot. They hand out personal hand held listening devices to get information at various spots around the museum. I was in a wheelchair and found the museum very accessible, but some displays were hard to see from a seated position. The tour is self paced and people were jammed up at the beginning but spread out as we progressed through the museum. The exhibits, artifacts, and photographs were very interesting, but I found it hard to read many description cards from my seated position. I loved the ticket each guest received with the name, personal information, cabin/dining class, and a short history of an actual passenger. I was able to see where my passenger slept, ate, and spent the days. Happily I learned that she survived. Overall it was a good experience.
Written July 12, 2022
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pfafftonian
North Carolina391 contributions
Oct 2022
My interest in the Titanic started in 1985 when the shipwreck was found on the floor of the Atlantic. When I heard about this museum, I knew I wanted to visit.

The exhibits were very well done. There were a number of artifacts that were blown out of the ship when it tore in two pieces before sinking, and were picked up on the surface of the ocean. It's amazing to stand before a glass case containing Isadore Strauss's watch fob, or a letter written by a traveler, or a deck chair. It's sobering to read about individuals who died in that tragic accident.

The tour starts with a number of museum-style exhibits. The you arrive at a replica of Titanic's Grand Staircase. It's magnificent! The real thing must have been a sight to behold. You walk up the staircase and find more exhibits, one of which is a HUGE model of Titanic that was built of Legos in 11 months by an autistic young boy. As a grandfather to three Lego loving boys, I was quite impressed! There were also displays of what third, second, and first class accommodations would have looked like.

It was nice to have employees dressed as Titanic crew would have dressed, but there were a number of references to "boarding," "setting sail," etc., that I found a little cheesy. But that's all a matter of taste.

I'm glad we came. I'm also glad we had planned other activities in Pigeon Forge - namely, the Smokey Mountain National Park - because this museum by itself is not worth the trip. But overall, I'm glad we went!
Written October 23, 2022
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Susan G
10 contributions
Mar 2023
The Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge TN is a must see if you are at all interested the history and passengers of the Titanic. This is a self -guided activity that allows you to go at your own pace and learn as much or as little as you would like. We spent 2.5 hours going through the exhibit, learning about the specs of the ship, the history of the passengers, the purpose of their journey as well as who survived and about their lives. The exhibit made the Titanic and the passengers personal and relatable. There were periodic benches to sit and rest if needed and restrooms about midway through. Staff in period dress helped answer questions and guided you through the exhibit. There are also separate audio guides for children and the staff also addressed information to each of the groups interest. I would recommend making time for this exhibit when in Pigeon Forge / Gatlinburg area. If you belong to AAA you can obtain a ticket discount.
Written March 4, 2023
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Jade
Glen Burnie, MD14 contributions
Jan 2023 • Couples
We had a wonderful experience learning about the experiences of those who boarded the Titanic. There are so many artifacts and stories to experience that both young and old visitors will enjoy. Ascending the grand staircase was a dream come true for a fan of the movie and learning interesting facts made this trivia buffs heart happy. We did not have any children with us but enjoyed both audio tours and learning about the individuals who were aboard the ship. Be prepared for an emotional experience. The museum is currently focusing on its Jewish passengers until March 2023 and then will be focusing on the experiences of children aboard the ship through March 2024. This was the perfect attraction for a rainy day in the area and we learned so much! I would recommend this to anyone in the area during the off season as we did not have to wait in line and did not feel rushed while observing the displays and interacting with the various activities throughout the museum. If you are not a fan of history or trivia, this may not be the attraction for you.
Written January 31, 2023
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Tiffany W
North Carolina150 contributions
Oct 2022
The museum was really well done and appeals to all ages. I was impressed. Be advised you cannot take pics for the first half of the museum. Upon getting in line you get a card of a person who boarded the ship and by the end of the tour you will find out if your person made it out or not. I suggest going during your visit to Pigeon Forge.
Written October 22, 2022
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Sarah1517
Chesapeake, VA268 contributions
We pre-bought our tickets due to the fact that we would be there on Spring Break. I’d recommend buying them ahead of time anyways because it’s a popular attraction that seems to sell out.

Without knowing we actually did our tour on April 10th which ironically was the day the Titanic set sail, so being there on the anniversary was kind of cool!

One of my favorite parts was how each guest got a passport before entering with the name and story of an actual traveler. It really made you feel invested in the tour and really gave you some insight into that time.

This museum did a fantastic job at giving you information while also having interactive aspects that were eye opening. For example the temperature of the water the ship sailed in, eye opening.

We had a great visit, I would highly recommend to anyone! Great time!
Written April 11, 2021
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We are always honored to hear from our guests. We learn from each visitor. Thank you, Titanic Crew
Written April 12, 2021
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Jeff S
Gainesville, GA1,181 contributions
This is definitely a must see attraction. We visited back in July because school started in early August so our grandson always wanted to see the Titanic so we made it a surprise for him. It’s a must you buy your boarding pass early, before you come. Once inside you will see artifacts that we actually recovered from the ship wreckage. Before you board you will be given a listening device where at each station it will give you a detailed description of what you are visiting. This goes through the entire tour. At one point of the tour they have a station where you can simulate steering the ship around an iceberg. Gives an idea on how hard it is to judge and steer. At the end of your tour there is a display set up of 28 degree cold water which gives you an idea of how cold the water was when the ship went down. Also there is another very interesting part, there is a man who filling the roll of Capt. Smith who at the time the ship went down was the ships captain. An excellent portrayal of Captain Smith. The gentleman’s name is Lowell Lytle. Mr. Lytle actually went down to the sunken wreckage in a submersible submarine and he had a story to tell. He actually has a piece of the metal in a protective case like they would put a collectible coin in. He’ll bring the kids forward and let them hold it for a photo op.
For me, this was the best part of the tour. Very educational for sure.
Written September 3, 2022
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Derek
Ohio14 contributions
If you are interested in taking a couple hours of education on the Titanic, this is where you need to be.

My wife and I loved this museum! If you want to learn more about the Titanic, or see some incredible finds from the wreckage - I highly recommend visiting. The audio guide is a great addition, and gives you so much information all throughout the museum.

The only thing I would say is to make sure you take the time to enjoy yourself, and take in all the information. Obviously allow other people to see the pieces, but don’t feel rushed if folks are going quickly through the exhibits. They aren’t taking it all in the way it’s meant to be experienced!
Written May 31, 2021
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Olivia C
Aurora, OH2 contributions
Dec 2022
I went to the museum with my family on our last day of our trip to TN. It was interactive and enjoyable - You are given a ticket with the name of a passenger on the ship and in the end you determine if you survived. It was a great memorial for all involved in the titanic and I learned a lot by going through the museum. I would recommend doing this in the morning - we went in the afternoon after having a morning full of activities and it was difficult to pay attention and read all the details when you're tired.
Written January 3, 2023
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