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TITANIC Museum Attraction

Overview

Everyone knows the name TITANIC, everyone knows TITANIC hit an Iceberg, everyone knows TITANIC sank, but there is so much more to her story! With over 400 real TITANIC artifacts valued at over four-million dollars, our permanent, interactive TITANIC experience goes beyond the obvious!

Upon arrival, each guest is greeted by one of our costumed cast members and given a boarding pass to become an actual passenger aboard the TITANIC. Once inside, the guest will step back in time to 1912 as they explore over 22,000 Square feet of educational history. Our crew members honor the 2,208 passengers and crew by sharing their stories. While exploring twenty dramatically lit galleries, guests will touch a growing iceberg, experience 28-degree water, sit in an actual size lifeboat, see the only actual TITANIC photos that exist on display, play our 1900’s Grand Piano, look inside a grand first-class stateroom similar to the ones the Astor’s shared, see a third-class cabin, take the wheel on the Captain’s Bridge, see highlights of owner John Joslyn’s dive in the Discovery Gallery, and walk our replica Grand Staircase.

The Grand Staircase, built from the ship’s blueprints, was replicated accurately and full-scale in the museum and is the perfect mesh of art, form, and function. Woodworkers and ironworkers recreated with accurate detail the exquisite oak wood carvings and wrought-iron balustrades. ON DISPLAY NOW: The World’s Largest TITANIC Ship built of 56,000 LEGO® Bricks. This experience will light an eternal flame in your heart!

There’s Always a Reason to Visit Titanic Museum Attraction Again!

“…Titanic Museum is not to be missed! The most lavish monument to the sea’s most famous disaster.” – USA Today

“…respectful, informative and fascinating all wrapped into one!” – TripAdvisor

“We highly recommend this exhibit for everyone of all ages!” – TripAdvisor

“…a true tribute to the people and families of Titanic. It is conducted with honor and respect to the lives of those affected by this historic tragedy.” – TripAdvisor

I thought it would be hokey – IT ISN’T!” – Murphy Evans

“It’s very kid-friendly!” – Kathleen Elliott

For additional information about the museums, tickets or to book your private event in our ‘Secret’ Dining Room (for private groups of 35 or more) visit www.titanicpigeonforge.com or call (800) 381-7670. Audio tours are included with your ticket and available in English, Spanish, German and Mandarin.

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Upcoming Events

Wallace Hartley’s Violin at Titanic Museum

Now through December 31

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month at Titanic

October 1 - 31

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month at the Titanic Museum Attraction. The Titanic Museum will feature a 15-foot pink ribbon on the exterior, along with 44 pink flamingos out on the grassy knoll. ...

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Location

2134 Parkway Pigeon Forge, TN 37863 (800) 381-7670