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5 Things To Do At The Titanic Museum

If you’re looking for something fun to do with the whole family, don’t miss these five exciting things to do at the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge.

Christmas Memories Can Start at the Titanic

The entire ship is all dressed for the holiday season. Plus at the end of your voyage you can pay tribute to your Titanic boarding pass passenger or crew member by placing a special ornament on the Christmas tree. Christmas at the Titanic is truly a mesmerizing experience, where you can marvel at the beauty of the ship made even more extravagant by holiday decor.

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See Wallace Hartley's Violin

From July to December 2020, Wallace Hartley's violin will be on display at the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge. This iconic artifact sold for $1.7 million dollars, which is by far the most that has ever been paid for Titanic memorabilia. The violin is the single most requested artifact that visitors have wanted to see again, and it has only ever been on display in the two Titanic Museum locations in America.

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See the World's Largest Titanic LEGO Ship

Built by a 10 year old with Autism, the world's largest replica of the RMS Titanic is made up of 56,000 LEGO bricks and stands at 26 feet long. This extraordinary feat demanded unparalleled space to showcase, and you can see if for yourself at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge. It's spectacular to look at and showcases a young boy's talent and admiration for the ship.

See History Come Alive

Whether you are 5 or 105 this museum comes alive when our costumed crew members share passenger & crew stories with our guests. Over 300 artifacts are on display valued at over 4 million dollars. See the only carpet from the Titanic ship (valued at over $50,000) and a first class dining menu (valued at over $100,000). Each artifact has a story to share. The museum has had over 300 Titanic descendants visit and they all walk away with the same comment, "thank you for sharing our family story."

Take A Virtual Tour

Can't make it to the Titanic Museum in person for a while? Check out the virtual tour and education gudie that the museum provides on their website. It'll take you through the ship and teach you all about the history, it's voyage and more. This is perfect for an extra educational opportunity for kids or a just a glimpse at an attraction you miss while waiting on your next vacation.

Take The Tour

The Titanic Museum Attraction has new displays and events all throughout the year. To learn more information on the upcoming events happening at the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge, please visit their website and browse our events calendar.