They really, really want to immerse you in this one. The two-story interactive exhibit is built to about half-scale of the actual Titanic. When you enter, you’re given a boarding ticket with the name of an actual passenger within. As you go through the ship, you will find:
- A museum of about 400 artefacts.
- The individual stories of several passengers.
- What it’s like to dip into freezing water.
- Whether or not your ticketed passenger survived.
- And if you want, enact the final scene from Titanic on top of the Grand Staircase.
- Learn how to send an SOS distress signal.
The ship has a lot of space – if you feel like it, you can rent it out for weddings, birthdays and corporate events. They even do vow-renewals. The museum is loved by kids and adults alike.
Entrance Ticket Details For Titanic Museum
- USD 3 off if the ticket is bought online.
Titanic Museum Hours
- Closing Hours given are an approximation.
- The actual closing hours vary wildly depending on the day and the month. However, they almost never close before 4pm. Check attraction website for day-specific hours.
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78.28% of people who visit Branson include Titanic Museum in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
41.67% of people start their Titanic Museum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Titanic Museum
93.18% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Titanic Museum
Titanic Museum Reviews & Ratings
This was super interesting. It is kind of pricey (30 dollars a person for adults) but it really does a great job honoring all aspects of the Titanic. You aren't allowed to take pictures. They have several really cool exhibits that show you how cold the water was that night and there are several slants that show you the angle as the boat was going down. Truly amazing
Very impressive!! Beautifully done! Go at your own pace tour, no pressure. Personal listening devices provided, which help tell the story. Friendly staff. Wouldn't recommend for young children, not interactive enough for 7 or below. No photography allowed inside the museum.
It was a very interesting exhibit, and very sobering. When you start (at least for us), you are given a card with a name on it. The card talks about someone who was on the Titanic, and as you go through the exhibit, you have the opportunity to see if that person survived. The artifacts were amazing... think about it, a deck chair that actually was on the Titanic right there in front of you. I thought it was a very good way to show what happened that night, as well as tell about the people who were aboard (and who may or may not have survived).
Had wonderful unique 'hands on' exhibits, like shoveling coal into a boiler, the pitch of the ship as it sank, and how cold the air and water was. You're given a card at the beginning of the tour with the name and bio of a passenger or crew member, and as you go through the museum, you can learn about what happened to them. The docents are scattered throughout and are very knowledgeable. Especially enjoyed the enthusiasm of those who were history students.
That place is amazing. Make sure you have a couple of hours free to walk through because you will definitely need them. I was told that they have over 1100 artifacts from the titanic. Its kind of pricey to walk through but its definitely worth it.