The Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson is a permanent, ship-shaped interactive museum that was built to celebrate the ship, passengers, and crew by telling their stories; everyone knows that the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank, but this museum delves into lesser-known stories, histories, and more to give you an authentic experience.
Appropriate for All Ages
Gift Shop On-site
Join the museum for a self-guided tour through the ship, where you can explore many interactive exhibits. Spend an hour and a half walking through the replica of the great ocean liner, and explore from the museum lobby to the Captain’s Bridge and Memorial Wall, ending with the Survivor’s Wall of Stories.
Upon entry, guests receive a boarding pass of an actual Titanic passenger or crew member and follow their story while examining over $4.5 million of artifacts. Walk an exact replica of the Grand Staircase, touch an iceberg, help shovel “coal,” and hear true passenger stories while sitting in an actual size lifeboat. Learn the fate of your passenger in the Memorial Room, and contemplate the new gallery featuring 133 children’s stories.
Other places on the tour include the Model of Magnificent Excess, a one-of-a-kind 18-foot scale Titanic model built exclusively for the exhibit. German designer Peter Davies-Garner used the original working drawings of Irish shipbuilders, Harland and Wolff, to create this amazing model. Also visit Molly and Carter, two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, in their doggy kennel and discover some interesting facts about dogs and other animals that traveled aboard the Titanic.
See the difference between the third and first class living quarters during your exploration. Learn how many people stayed in one third-class cabin, whether that was a bathroom available in the room, and how much it would cost today. When learning about the first class, visit one of the luxurious staterooms and listen to stories from first class survivors.
Visit the Memorial Wall at the end of the tour. There, you can learn the fate of your assigned passenger or crew member, and the fate of so many others. Over 2200 names line the wall, and the museum provides these long-lost people with a voice by honoring their memories and retelling their stories.
The Titanic museum is also one of the highest rated in the area. Just a few of the things people are saying include:
"...did not dissapoint...loved it." - Facebook Fan
"I thought it would be hokey. It wasn't." - Murphy Evans
"The best Titanic exhibit I've seen yet." -TripAdvisor Review
The Titanic also features several events throughout the year, making the museum a place you will want to visit in every season.
Fifteen-Hundred Magical Luminaries (November 27)- This event is a sight to behold! The Titanic Museum will light its entrance with more than 1,500 festival lights to welcome visitors and give them a great photo opportunity. This event is one night only, so do not miss out!
Titanic Christmas and Winter Celebration 2015- Visit the Titanic during the winter holidays to get an enchanting look into the ship as it is all dolled up for Christmas. The museum will join Branson in kicking off the Annual Ozark Mountain Christmas with official lighting ceremonies, decorations and more.
Most Prized RMS Titanic Artifact Display (March 7- May 29, 2016)- Join the Titanic Branson MO as they display one of the most sought-after artifacts found in the shipwreck. You will be able to view the violin of Bandmaster Wallace Hartley for the first time since it was bought by an anonymous European collector for $1.5 million dollars.
With the important historical content and fun interactive displays for all ages, the Titanic Museum gives the passengers and crew members a chance to tell their stories and allows visitors to experience life on the huge ocean liner!
Wednesday, 2/1/2017 - Tuesday, 2/28/2017Location: Sweetheart Month
This Valentine's Day, celebrate your love at Sweetheart Month at the Titanic Museum Attraction, where you can pay tribute to the romance of devoted couples and renew your vows on the stunning Grand Staircase.