Visit the only Permanent Titanic Museum Attraction with your family. Discover why this museum attraction is an exciting ship-shaped classroom filled with history, hands-on experiments, mysteries to solve and fascinating stories about real people and events. Walk the $1 million Grand Staircase. Sit in a lifeboat. Steer the ship. Touch and Iceberg, and more.
“Our visit was enjoyed by all from ages 4 to 64…..It (Titanic) is a visit not to be missed.” – Jessica Bookstaff Doppelt
I’ve been hearing all about the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge and have driven past it many times. I’ve just never had the chance to visit. That will all change soon. Both of my kids (age 3 and 8) have recently become enthralled with the story of the Titanic. They actually have no idea we have an amazing museum to visit less than 30 minutes away. In a couple of weeks I’m going to surprise them with a visit to the museum. I can’t wait to see the looks on their faces! I’ll be coming back to post pictures and let you all know what we thought about the museum.
Here’s more information about the newest gallery that will opening January 17th:
Join us In March for our 2nd Annual Author’s Week where we will invite Titanic authors to come to the ship and have book signings!
Newest Exhibit in Pigeon Forge:
Margaret “Unsinkable Molly” Brown
OPENS, Friday, January 17th, 2014
By the time Margaret Tobin Brown boarded Titanic at Cherbourg, France, she had already made a significant impact in the world. She and her daughter Helen, who was a student at the Sorbonne, had been traveling throughout Europe and were staying with the John Jacob Astor party in Cairo, Egypt, when Margaret received word that her first grandchild, Lawrence Palmer Brown, Jr., was ill. She decided to leave for New York immediately and boarded Titanic on April 10, 1912.
Want to know the rest of the story? Beginning Friday, January 17, 2014, Board the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, TN and discover an entire gallery devoted to the “Unsinkable Molly Brown.”
** Note that the Museum is closed Jan 13-16 for scheduled maintenance and installation of their new Gallery
As a homeschooling parent, I love to take my kids to museums as a learning experience. I travel through TN a couple times a year so I will have to check this out.
I would like to go to the there! We had our chance in Vegas but the line was very long..
Looks like a great learning experience!
Wow I would love to see this! Thanks so much for sharing! loved seeing the pics!
That looks like an awesome place to visit. Road trip!
Thanks for the review. I am 16 years old and have been homeschooled my whole life. As a school project I wrote a book on a priest that was on the RMS Titanic and it is now being carried at the Titanic Museum! I can’t say enough good about the museum. You will have a wonderful time. They are a class act! Please check out my project at http://www.TitanicHeroes.com my brother and I appreciate all the support we can get.
Looks like you and your brother have a great project! I loved watching the video you have on your site. My mom has many of the books and has seen many of the movies you mention in your video. I’ll definitely have to look for your book when I visit the museum!
Thanks MomElite! You will have a great time at the museum. They are top notch and have wonderful customer service. Say hi to them for us! Thanks!
What a great learning experience. I am obsessed with all things titanic!! I think this would be an amazing experience!!
Sounds like a lot of fun! Hope you let us all know how the trip went. I can imagine how it would atract the kids.
If we lived closer we would absolutely check this place out.
When we were in Newfoundland one time we got to visit something like this. What a great teaching tool plus it’s also fun:)
That’s actually a really awesome looking museum, I like how it’s actually a ship and all; it’s such a creative idea.
Looks like a great place to visit- thanks for sharing!
Wow I would love to take my kids there, it looks like a lot of fun, It can be one of our homeschool field trips
What a great learning experience that trip must be.,, Outings/Learning excursions were my favorite in school. For a short while, we get to escape and transport ourselves to another era.
My stepdaughters were in Pigeon Forge this past Summer and it is now on one of my list of places to visit. We visited a Titanic museum that looks just like that one in Branson, MO.
Visiting museums is not always for learning. Its fun, picnic and leisure too. I prefer to visit museums when I visit a new place, you get to know the place, history and more at one place. thanks for sharing about Titanic.
Another great place to visit! Looks like an awesome one. How I wish I lived close to it, I would have visited it with my little sisters and my little niece but thank you for sharing! 🙂
When we were there, this was still under construction. I can’t wait to go back and check it out!
I’ve heard a few times of this museum and I really think I’d enjoy it. I’m looking forward to that new gallery display too!
We did the Titanic attraction in Vegas with our boys & they loved it so much hubby had to take them the following year as well 🙂 Great educational experience.
This is the second time I have heard about the museum, and I’d love to go and visit!
this is on my wish list of things to do.. Will visit next year may be
Thanks for sharing
I’ve been invited here so many times but I am just too far away
I went in September and we loved it! It has so much information that we didn’t get from the movie. Actually what we got from the movie is not all true. I think everyone should visit.