Visiting the Titanic Museum In Tennessee
Following the anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic in 1912, people are still completely invested and interested in the historical event. Pigeon Forge, Tennessee houses the Titanic Museum attraction open to people of all ages. The Luxor hotel in Las Vegas also has a popular Titanic artifact exhibition that displays haunting pieces from the “unsinkable” ocean liner.
Fans of the gigantic 1997 hit movie still flock to the museum and its various exhibitions to learn as much as they can about the infamous tragedy. The Tennessee museum is one of two, and the other is located in Branson, Missouri at 76 Country Boulevard. The attraction holds over 400 artifacts in 20 galleries.
Guests of the museum enter through the iceberg on the side of the ship. They’re handed their ticket, which features the name of an actual passenger aboard the Titanic. They’re told stories of their lives and their class rank aboard the ship. At the end of the tour, they get to discover the fate of their assigned passenger.
In a 2017 episode, the Ghost Adventures crew investigated paranormal happenings in the Branson museum, and discovered suspicious activity associated with the artifacts from the shipwreck.
Adult tickets into the Pigeon Forge, Tennessee attraction range between $28-$31 for adults, and $15 for children ages 5-12. Children under the age of 4 get in for free. They also offer family passes for two adults and a maximum of four children for a package price of $100.
For an event absolutely none of us were alive to read about firsthand, the history will forever remain in our hearts and our memories. A visit to the museum is the perfect way to pay respects and remember the tragedy that has completely changed the standards for safety on cruises.