Titanic Museum

Currently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
  • Address: 3235 W 76 Country Blvd, Branson, MO 65616, United States
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-8003817670
  • Ticket Price: 27 USD
  • Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Museum, Observatory, Educational Site, Family And Kids

Titanic Museum - Review

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.

Titanic Museum Ticket Prices

  • 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.

Restaurants Near Titanic Museum

  • Jackie B. Goode's Uptown Cafe
  • Dominos
  • Belgian Waffle and Pancake House

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TripHobo Highlights for Titanic Museum

  • Titanic Museum Address: 3235 W 76 Country Blvd, Branson, MO 65616, United States
  • Titanic Museum Contact Number: +1-8003817670
  • Titanic Museum Timing: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Titanic Museum Price: 27 USD
  • Best time to visit Titanic Museum(preferred time): 10:00 am - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Titanic Museum: 01:30 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Titanic Museum

  • 93.64% of people who visit Branson include Titanic Museum in their plan

  • 41.67% of people start their Titanic Museum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Titanic Museum

Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday

93.18% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Titanic Museum

People normally club together The Butterfly Palace And Rainforest Adventure and Track Family Fun Parks while planning their visit to Titanic Museum.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Titanic Museum, Branson Reviews

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  • ♥️ TITANIC ♥️ Seriously, I have to go to the museum every time I'm close. 100x better than the one in Vegas. Tons more to see, better overall experience. The people are friendly and helpful, their accents and acting help the experience. Unlike Vegas, there is a section with garments from the actual ship and the movie. An older man is in the music room, and is a magnificent pianist. Ask him to play. It's a treat. ♥️

  • Wonderful place. We took our 7 year old grandson who just loves everything Titanic. There was a lot to keep every age group interested. We loved looking for the passenger that we were assigned to be. We were glad to see all of us survived! The price was a bit high but then where else are you going to see authentic Titanic items.

  • Awesome museum! Loved how every person on Titanic was listed and remembered, especially what happened to the survivors. We walked in at 10:30 am and didn't leave until 3:30, not caring that we missed lunch. Really liked how there were recordings geared for kids as well. The research behind this exhibit was extensive and obvious. So many miraculous and tragic stories, making Titanic the grandest coffin of its time.

  • This place was awesome! I have loved the Titanic since I was a child. Some things I really enjoyed we're you each receive a "boarding pass" with the name and story of a real passenger. By the end of the tour you find out if you were a survivor or not. Eerie and neat. They also have a display where they keep a reservoir of water to put your hand it that is the temperature of the ocean at the time the ship sank. Again, super neat and eerie. There are tons of actual artifacts from the wreckage and lots of facts I never learned prior to my tour. Towards the end they do take a picture in front of a green screen where they have the ship in the print. Personally, I found it tacky. They wanted $40 for 2 8x10s in the gift shop, no thanks. Staff was super nice and I would recommend everybody should visit!

  • This place is packed full of actual artifacts from the Titanic oceanliner. Complete with a "Grand staircase" the tour begins with a huge wall of ice which gives you an incredibly accurate idea of just how cold the water was when the ship went down. They give you a "boarding pass" as you enter and each pass gives an account of an actual passenger. You also get an interactive device to wear around your neck which gives you further information on each exhibit. You walk through at your own pace and can spend as little or as much time as you want at each exhibit. There are 2 levels at the museum and it takes a couple of hours to see everything. It can take longer depending on how much time you spend at each exhibit. They also have tour guides to assist with any questions. There is an elevator to the upper level if you're unable to climb the massive staircase. At the end of the tour there is a gift shop. You are not allowed to take any photos or videos of anything due to copyrighting laws. It is the largest collection of actual items from the Titanic anywhere. Very cool to experience it. We thought it was a little pricey. It was a little over $50. for my husband and I.

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