Titanic Museum
Titanic Museum
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Everyone knows the name Titanic! Everyone knows Titanic struck an iceberg! And everyone knows Titanic was lost! She sat at the bottom of the ocean for 75 years before they found her in 1985. A second expedition to the wreck site went out in 1986 and that expedition was co-led by the owner of this museum. The artifacts you see throughout the ship are REAL and valued at over $4 million dollars. You'll be able to touch a growing iceberg, experience the 28 degree water, try and steer the ship and pay tribute to the 2,208 passengers and crew that were on the Titanic. You will enter as a guest and leave as a Titanic Passenger!
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Dr_Xaos
Palatine, IL1,006 contributions
Took my teenage daughter to this Titanic Museum, which was something she really wanted to see while we were vacationing in Branson for the week. We went on a Sunday afternoon, so the place was moderately busy but not overly crowded. The tour through the museum is mostly self-guided, which allows you to set your own pace to see what you want for how long you want. This aspect is very nice, since there’s a LOT of different exhibits to see.

As you walk through the museum, you travel through various sections of the ship, where you can see replicas of the original ship, various artifacts that were salvaged, and numerous plaquards with historic details. Additiionally, you are given an audio device from which you can access information as you pass through different areas. Many of these informational presentations are presented as if individuals from the Titanic were talking to you. Staff members are periodically stationed throughout the place as well to offer assistance or information.

Displays are well made and maintained. They’re also very respectful towards those who were on the Titanic (both the survivors and those who were lost). Tickets prices are on the higher side, but it’s well worth the money if you can take the time to thoroughly take in the entire complex. Daughter and I spent almost two hours from start to finish.
Written August 17, 2022
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Allalexander official
Seymour, MO26 contributions
Couples
The museum was great, my only complaint was lack of coordination. Unless you're there on a day with only a couple other groups you will fill rushed. They send people through one after another there was at least a 100+ groups in there all at once. I would also like to state yes there is a coal furnace that is designed for kids to play with and intractable helm and ramps. I would suggest if your kids are not 11 or older this is a museum not a fun house. It was Very hard to enjoy the history and experience the tragedy of such a dark event with kids running around screaming and trying to touch everything. Some peices in this museum are worth over $80,000 not toys. So please out of respect of other humans wait for your kids to grow up before taking them to such a incredible and important museum.
Written March 21, 2021
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Joanne C
Enid, OK218 contributions
Family
Our grandson is very interested in the Titanic and I promised to take him. He is 8! We made reservations on line and the museum was very efficient in moving the crowd! It is very child friendly! We took our 6 year old too. They loved finding the information just for children! There is a hand held device for each person to listen to more information at different exhibits. One story for adults one for children! They strap around the neck so each person can easily keep track of their device! Every person needs one. There is a lot of walking. It took us about 90 minutes. The kids loved feeling the iceberg and the water. They also loved seeing the staircase and rooms. We stopped at the gift shop and purchased the group picture taken for $35. They did 2 poses and changed the background! It was a special memory!! We also left with a captain’s hat!! Fun times!
Written March 20, 2021
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Wendy R
Omaha, NE7 contributions
Brought our young titanic enthusiasts and had a wonderful time. expensive collection of artifacts, lots to look at.... they really brought the perspective of passengers to the museum; we really felt like we got to experience it. Respectfully done. It was expensive, especially for a larger family, but we felt it was worth the money. Tour took about 2 hours which was perfect for the younger children- long enough to feel like we got our money's worth, but not so long the kids couldn't handle it.
Written June 15, 2021
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mhaller28
Pocahontas, IL227 contributions
Family
**Masks MUST be worn in this museum**
If you do not have one, you can purchase them at the gift shop $5 adult, $4 child size.

**NO photography or video**

This museum is worth the price and if you take time to read and investigate everything it will take you 2+/- hours. You can purchase advanced tickets online and a family pass for $95. During Covid-They will send you a text 30 minutes ahead to wait in your vehicle. When it's time to board they send you one to come on in.

Once inside we have our last name and they handed us remotes so you can hear extras at certain spots if you so choose. They also give you a passenger and you can read the history of your passenger and find their fate aboard the Titanic.

As you wind through there are photos and interactive areas to explore Titanic as she was built, floating, and sinking. Immerse yourself by walking through the bottom of the ship (boiler room) to the top (each class and Steering) learning how it was in each section all the way down to the dining of the ship.

There are artifacts as well from the ship, passengers, and lifeboats.
Written December 13, 2020
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Brian T
Hampshire, IL29 contributions
The museum had relics from the Titanic that are priceless. The history and unknown facts are impressive. The museum is set up well and is easy to navigate. The additional handheld listening device is no extra charge but is worth it.
Written August 7, 2021
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J from Georgia
5 contributions
Have always been fascinated by Titanic story. This Museum provides much information about passengers and crew, and what they went through on that voyage. Also tells what happened to each person. Each visitor is given 'Boarding Pass' with name of actual person on-board, with some of their story. Visitors are encouraged to track that person to end of tour to find out their fate. Children are given 'Boarding Pass' for a child passenger. Owner of Museum actually dived on the wreckage many times, with permission, for research and to retrieve artifacts. Guides are very knowledgeable, and Museum is fascinating.
Written June 25, 2022
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Jen M
Independence, MO3 contributions
With COVID at a all time high in Branson. We bought our tickets online....we pulled up at our time and saw a line of 50+ ppl all crowded together waiting to get in. Noone had masks on. We called and canceled our tickets. Crazy! We were disappointed that the museum didnt have any safety protocol in place, when we called they said they were running at 75% capacity.
Written July 29, 2021
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Karen V
Pella, Iowa162 contributions
Very educational. Nice that you can go at your own leisure pace. There were some areas where many people were backed up waiting to look/read some of the more interesting areas. I was surprised that the water bowl of cold water representing the ocean was still done, with Covid. Lots of germs in that water I am sure and paper towel to dry hands but not any sanitizer by it that we saw. It is quite costly and you can not take any pics, but they take of you and can buy them.
Written November 9, 2021
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freddibna2014
Portsmouth, UK1 contribution
Little specific Titanic exhibits - just generic White Star stuff. Waste of time without the audio guide that you have to pay extra for (they don't warn you). In our group of 10, no one enjoyed it or thought it was worth the money. Poor air ciruclation in the building too.
Written March 1, 2022
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