Titanic Museum is closed at this time.

Check back for reopen date.

As the U.S. faces a pandemic, the advice is consistent and clear:

Don’t panic, but be smart. Understand the risks and take the necessary precautions. The next few weeks we will navigate through the tricky weeks ahead.

How long will the Titanic Museum be closed?

Titanic Museum Attraction is closed as of today – April 10. Obviously if we feel the need to extend the close dates we will update.

The Titanic Museum has alerted our crew to stay home.

As owners of the Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson, MO & Pigeon Forge, TN we realize this is a very difficult time. We offer this advice:

Love your Child with sweet surprise notes.
Think of an old Friend.
Wave at your Neighbor.
Share your thoughts with your family.
Take a moment for yourself.
Be there for someone else.
Watch the Sunset.
Look forward to the Sunrise.

While the risks and long term impacts of the coronavirus change everyday, we’ve learned from other global outbreaks that no one can predict with certainty how hard and how long our communities will be impacted. So, it is with an abundance of caution that we will temporarily cease boarding passengers on our Titanic Museum Ship until the virus is under control. We will continue to update you on fast-breaking developments..and on our plans to welcome you back.

We are all part of a vigorous, hospitable and family oriented community with a responsibility to look out for one another, that’s what we do at the Titanic Museum in Branson, MO & Pigeon Forge, TN, and together will weather this storm. We are grateful for your understanding and for being the best part of our lives at the Titanic Museum Attractions.

John and Mary Joslyn
Owner of the Titanic Museum Attractions
Branson, MO & Pigeon Forge, TN.

For more information, please contact us at 800-381-7670.

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Calling all Students!

Titanic Museum Attraction is now offering a FREE Virtual Tour via our Youtube channel: Titanic kids. Visit our website or click here to step onboard!

Titanic Virtual Tour

Visit our titanic museum educational tab and see other activities you and your child can do together.

Titanic Education Guide

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Storytelling with First Class Maid Jodi

Join us Monday-Thursday at Noon for storytelling with First Class Maid Jodi. She will share inspirational passenger stories that illustrate HOPE, COURAGE, and RESILENCE. On Fridays at Noon, First Class Maid Jodi will do a LIVE Titanic Book Read. We look forward to your Virtual visit!

Until we open our doors again,
Peace to you and yours!
Titanic Museum Attraction

Titanic Storytelling

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The Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson, MO and Pigeon Forge, TN are excited to join the podcast network. We will bring weekly podcasts sharing Titanic Crew and Passenger Stories, Behind the scene crew experiences as well as round table crew discussions.

How do we pay respect to the the passengers and crew of Titanic? We simply tell their stories.

Titanic Podcast 4/02/2020

The Titanic Story of Reverend John Harper

Click here to view all Titanic Podcasts

For more information, please contact us at 800-381-7670.

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When the Music Stopped….the Legend Began!
In 2020: $1.7 million dollar Titanic Violin in Branson

When: Now – June 15, 2020
Where: Titanic Branson

RMS Titanic bandleader Wallace Hartley’s violin, which sold for $1.7 million dollars, the highest price ever paid for any RMS Titanic artifact, has only been seen in public in two places, The Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson MO. & Pigeon Forge, TN.

Now this silent witness of the Titanic disaster is set to kick-off Titanic Branson’s new 2020 season with an exclusive, encore engagement, now – June 15, 2020, announces, President, COO and Co-Owner, Mary Kellogg.

“The Hartley Titanic violin is the single most requested and important artifact our visitors have asked to see again. I really feel that’s because this fragile reminder of Titanic’s final moments plays on untapped emotions that touch the heart,” says President, COO & co-owner Mary Kellogg. “We are grateful and honored to be chosen, above all others, to display this extraordinary piece of Titanic history…and we thank Henry Aldridge and Sons in England, representatives of the anonymous owner, for trusting us with this prized possession.

In 2005 the Hartley Titanic violin was found and authenticated though testing. It was later sold at auction by Henry Aldridge and Son for $1,700,000, by far the highest ever paid for memorabilia tied to Titanic. “I can’t think of anything else that is more iconic to come off that ship,” says veteran collector, Craig Sopin.

Some will hear its silent message.
All will feel a presence that’s
impossible to ignore

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Enter to win a Branson Getaway

Package Includes:

2 night Stay at Chateau on the Lake
2 Tickets to Titanic Attraction
2 Tickets Clay Cooper’s Country Express
Meal Certificate from Pickin Porch Grill
Meal Certificate from Pasghetti’s
Admission for 2 to Tracks Go Carts and Ferris Wheel

Enter Now

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See Titanic in a Whole New Light, in the Dark!
A Night at the Titanic Museum Flashlight Tour!

When: July 11,18, 25
Where: Titanic Branson
Time: After Titanic Ship Closes
Cost: $30
Includes: Private Titanic self-guided tour & Titanic Keepsake Flashlight

When the lights go out, and the museum is empty imaginations run wild and spirits soar. Now, students can experience this haunting phenomenon in a once “off limits” exploration of Titanic in the dark.

A Titanic crew member will guide the way, along with your official complimentary Titanic flashlight to help shed light on a maze of Titanic myths, mysteries, legends and facts!


Reservations Required.
To reserve your tickets, please call 800-381-7670.

Call (800) 381-7672

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Titanic Branson pays tribute to the Musicians

Branson Titanic Museum Attraction pays tribute to the Musicians.

When you visit the Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, Mo., you will learn about the 8 heroic musicians whose comforting strains helped drown-out the sadness and sorrow of that dark night. The stories of their gallantry captured the spirit of courage, duty and self-sacrifice we honor everyday at Titanic. When the music stopped….the legend began.

For more information, please contact us at 800-381-7670.

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