My husband and I went here during our stay in Pigeon Forge. The museum is nicely laid out, not too crowed, enough room to walk, well lit, etc. You have the ability to get remote audio for an additional $10, however there are normally specials and we paid $5 for both. I highly recommend the remote audio. They have a setting for adults and a setting for children that is more like a scavenger hunt. There are many interactive exhibits as well as an amazing memorial to those that lost their life on the boat. I learned many things I was not told in school and have not read in books. It is definitely something to add to your "to do list" while in Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg. I would recommend getting the tickets early and expecting to spend between 2 and 3 hours at the facility. Great for the entire family and all age groups! It is a bit pricey (and we were on a budget) but it was the best money we spent.
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