Titanic Museum Attraction
Titanic Museum Attraction
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Nestled inside a giant ship-shaped building, the Titanic Museum tells the story of the RMS Titanic’s fatal maiden voyage in 1912. Upon arrival, receive a boarding pass—of an actual crew member or passenger who was onboard the ship—from a costumed staff member; and discover his or her fate at the end of your visit. Here, you can take a photo on the Grand Staircase, explore the galleries, sit in a lifeboat, touch an iceberg, and view over 400 actual historic artifacts recovered from the ship. Don’t leave without seeing the world’s largest LEGO Titanic replica, which is built to scale using 56,000 bricks. – Tripadvisor
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  • Ken N
    Toms River, New Jersey380 contributions
    Interesting place, but can get busy
    This can get very busy like the day we went. Make sure you get your tickets in advance. Even though it was crowded it was still very interesting seeing some of the real items from the ship and also all that you learn while there. Just give yourself time to enjoy it.
    Visited February 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 14 February 2023
  • Cathy T
    77 contributions
    Extremely Classy Museum
    This museum is very interesting and lovely - even if you are only marginally interested in the Titanic. It is very well done, lovely and thorough. This is a must see for history buffs and Titanic movie lovers. The guides are all in period dress and the authenticity is off the charts. I highly recommend a visit here.
    Visited February 2023
    Written 16 February 2023
  • Chimmy
    6 contributions
    A "First Class" Exhibit
    I went to the Titanic exhibit back in 1997 at the "Pyramid" in Memphis, TN. There is so much more here to see with its accurately recreated displays. All of the guides (in uniform no less!) were most knowledgeable. Kudos to Josh! A small disappointment was no book(let) of the exhibit available at the gift shop. If ever I'm in the area again, I would return.
    Visited March 2023
    Written 18 March 2023
  • Wilson Fam
    4 contributions
    Great experience!
    My family and I visited the Titanic Museum last week while on vacation. We had an amazing time. Our youngest son is autistic and at first he was very confused and scared, but once he realized the museum was not scary with loud noises etc, he was fine and interacted with everything. There were so many engaging exhibits for our older two kids as well as ourselves. We loved how we weren’t rushed and walked at our own pace. Every exhibit was so tastefully done and I truly felt all casualties on the Titanic were respected and honored. My personal favorite was the piano room. The attendant (I forget his name) was so kind and engaging with many of us asking how our visit has been and what is our favorite exhibit so far! This attendant is blind and it was just nice to see the inclusivity of the staff. We loved it so much we almost went for a second time during our trip! Thank you for such an incredible experience! We will definitely be back!!!
    Visited March 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 19 March 2023
  • TravelTeacher215
    62 contributions
    Awesome Museum
    This museum was the whole reason we can to Pigeon Forge and one of two positives (the other was out hotel, The Inn at Christmas Place). My daughter discovered this museum before the pandemic and we had planned to go and just got here in April 2023. The attraction did not disappoint. The only thing that would’ve made it better was playing the song. You are given a card at the beginning and it has a passenger that really was on the ship. It wraps up quite nicely at the end as you find out if you survived (similar to the Holocaust museum in DC). You see your passenger class and how you would’ve traveled and what you would’ve been able to do. It was easy to get through and could be longer or shorter depending on what you want to get out of it. There are great photo opportunities. I do wish they had a picture where you could do the « I’m flying » reenactment. Overall, we loved it. Two grandparents, two parents, and a 12 and 13 year old.
    Visited April 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 5 April 2023
  • miranda l
    81 contributions
    Must see!
    I love the Titanic Museum! It is full of real artifacts from the ship. It also narrated for you at your own pace through a transmitter each person is given at the beginning of your tour. (You tour on your own) It brings to life this great ship!
    Visited April 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 14 April 2023
  • Kelly Bates
    Rocky Top, Tennessee3 contributions
    Best tour & guide
    We learned so many incredible stories that we never knew. Our tour guide really made all of the difference! Grandma G was our guide, and she really knew her stuff! The whole experience was too incredible to describe!
    Visited April 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 18 April 2023
  • Millie1291948
    Lenoir City, Tennessee112 contributions
    Amazing Treasures
    Having been to the Titanic Event at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, England, I must say this collection is huge. It was a full day for us to see everything. We stayed 7 hours. I like that you are one of the passengers of the fated ship. You journey thru the exhibits and we did stop to read all the descriptions...we even had some time to speak with a docent that happened to be related to a passenger from the ship. He had donated items from his family and then became a curator and docent. He some really interesting things to tell us. At the very end of your day, you punch your ticket and it is revealed who you were on the ship and if you were rescued, how you were rescued and did you live. Also gives date of demise. All in all a great way to spend a very chilly and rainy day.
    Visited December 2022
    Written 11 May 2023
  • Pamela C
    10 contributions
    An excellent exhibit! A must see!
    We visited the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and it was a wonderful experience. Each guest receives a boarding pass of actual Titanic passenger or crew. The information was truly amazing, and the tour had audio to coincide with the self- guided tour as you traveled throughout the museum. The Grand Staircase is indeed grand. The galleries of artifacts and the history of the ship is truly remarkable. An excellent exhibit!
    Visited August 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 17 August 2023
  • scubamex
    414 contributions
    Top place to visit.
    Having been to Belfast, Northern Ireland and visiting the Titanic attraction there built on the slip where the Titanic was built; we weren't expecting what we experienced here at Pigeon Forge. A fabulous job. Well thought out and well worth a visit. This is truly an attraction that you do not want to miss if you are in the area. Highly recommended.
    Visited September 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 21 September 2023
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Wayne K
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My wife and I loved it. If you like anything about history you will love it. All of the staff were great, the Lego ship is amazing. The audios are very informational, I suggest you prepare the learn more about this event in history, and take your time going through. You will actually be one of the original passengers aboard, I hope you survive, my wife and I both did.
Written 5 December 2023
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Joy M
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Dec 2023 • Friends
The presentation, artifacts, replicas, and staff were all excellent! Our total experience was superb!
Written 5 December 2023
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Juliette S
1 contribution
Dec 2023 • Friends
Junior was great and showed us a 10/10 experience! I will be coming back! He was such a nice guy and answered all my questions.
Written 2 December 2023
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Kevin G
1 contribution
Nov 2023 • Family
Very enjoyable and informative.Staff was famtastic! They give you a boarding pass with the name of an actual passenger but you have to wait till the end to see if he/ she survived Mine did!!Great for families
Written 29 November 2023
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littlejet
Louisiana390 contributions
Nov 2023 • Family
This turned out to be one of the most moving, comprehensive museums I’ve been to. The museum allows entry based on reserved time slots, but once you’re in you can take as much time as needed to see everything. The artifacts, pictures, placards, tell the story of the Titanic from multiple different perspectives…from the people who designed and built it, the crew, and the passenger experience for all 3 classes (1st, 2nd, and 3rd).

There are still new artifacts being discovered. The Titanic did not go straight from Southampton England to the open ocean towards the U.S. It turns out the ship went from England to France, then to Ireland before heading into the open ocean. There was a priest who got on in England, then got off in Ireland. He took thousands of pictures of the ship, passengers, etc. Some of the pictures were published at the time but most of the negatives were stored in a trunk. When he died, the trunk was left undisturbed until its rediscovery in the 1980s, and thousands of never before seen photos were published.

There was a unique display of a massive replica of the Titanic made by a young person with autism. In addition, there is a video raising awareness of autism.

Another striking experience was a room recreating the deck at night, stars shining, then containers over the railing containing water at 28 degrees and you’re encouraged to put your hand in to feel how cold it was. It’s one thing to know in your mind it was cold, but another thing altogether to get the tactile experience of having a part of your body submerged in it.

There is so much more to tell but I’m running out of space! Just GO!
Written 26 November 2023
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grammyK2763
Clearwater, FL33 contributions
This is a well done tour and museum of Titanic memorabilia. You get a audio player and they have replica parts of the ship-staterooms, bridge and grad staircase
Written 25 November 2023
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Timothy C
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Nov 2023 • Couples
Very informative, we learned a lot about the people who were on board. The only drawback is that we couldn’t take pictures of the grand staircase until we came out and at that point it was too crowded.
Written 21 November 2023
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Kathy D
Hamilton, OH37 contributions
Nov 2023 • Couples
For me there were way to many people. You really don't get to spend much time reading or looking at the displays. If you are behind a tour bus group, and we were behind 2, you really are limited.
The rooms are small and most groups, even ours, had about 30 people limiting space. You are given something to hang around your neck and when you see a specific number you put that number in the remote and you will hear information about that specific item. However, everyone in your group is listening to it and trying to push to see what is being talked about.
I found it very disconcerting and didn't enjoy myself at all. Espcially when you pay over $70 for 2 people it is a disappointment.
Written 18 November 2023
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Corinne C
Lower Sackville, Canada3 contributions
Nov 2023 • Family
A VISIT TO THE MUSEUM WAS INCLUDED IN OUR DREAM VACATION BUS TOUR TO PIGEON FORGE.
IT WAS AMAZING, AND CERTAINLY ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR TRIP!! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND ATTENDING THIS FASCINATING EXPERIENCE. OUR GUIDE WAS EXTREMELY KNOWLEDGABLE AND SHE BROUGHT THE ACTUAL PASSENGERS ON THE TITANIC COME ALIVE TO US. I WOULD DEFINITELY GO AGAIN.
Written 16 November 2023
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Amanda T
Racine, WI8 contributions
Nov 2023 • Couples
Wonderful experience! I have a goal of hitting all of the Titanic museums in the U.S. We've also been to Titanic Belfast! Love these museums, especially the Pigeon Forge & Branson ones which look like the Titanic on the outside. (Orlando does not, FYI).

Love that you can take pictures inside now, glad for that change. Also played on the Grand Piano, which was very cool!

Being able to walk on the angled floor boards really hits you hard when you think about being freezing, scared to death, and trying to cling to a railing as it goes up and up and up just to delay the inevitable.

Love those interactive sections.
Written 15 November 2023
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Titanic Museum Attraction admission prices can vary. Entrance tickets currently cost €35.66, while a popular guided tour starts around €90.27 per person.