Myth Busters: Do you know the real Titanic Museum Attraction?

Myth: The Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson is probably just another boring museum.

Fact: Absolutely not. Endorsed by the world-famous Titanic Historical Society, Titanic Museum Attraction is an internationally recognized living museum that holds the largest display of Titanic artifacts anywhere.

“It’s a museum not to be missed.” — USA TODAY

Myth: To get in, you must stand in long lines for hours.

Fact: It’s true we’re busy, especially on weekends and holidays; however, advance tickets make it easy to reserve a guaranteed hourly entrance time. For More information, please call 800-381-7670.


Myth: Some Titanic “artifacts” on display just have to be replicas.

Fact: There are more than 400 genuine Titanic artifacts on display, valued above $4 million. They each hold documented evidence of provenance.

Visitors get a boarding pass in the name of an actual passenger, whose fate they learn at the end of the visit…”
— The New York Times, March 14, 2012


Myth: Kids won’t enjoy the Titanic Museum Attraction.

Fact: Children five years and older are fascinated and really get it. They describe their museum experiences with words like “awesome,” “fun,” “cool” and “really cool.” The museum attraction is a living classroom filled with hands-on opportunities that motivate, educate and inspire. Every child receives a special boarding pass profiling a youngster who actually sailed on Titanic a passenger who children can relate to. We even created a special audio tour just for kids that brings the Titanic story to life, and our on board Scavenger Hunt adds to the excitement.

Voted one of five museum exhibits sure to “delight kids and parents” by The Dallas Morning News


Myth: The outside is impressive, but the inside is probably disappointing.

Fact: No one who tours our museum finds it disappointing. “Disney-like,” “stunning,” “elegant and inspiring – these are the words visitors use to describe the interior.

“Excellent! Worth the money!” — Trip Advisor