Titanic Museum Branson

Titanic Branson

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In a Nutshell

Audio guides with stories from Titanic survivors enhance an interactive journey along the reproduced decks of the doomed ship

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Feb 9, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Passes are non-transferable. Must show valid ID upon arrival. Must use entire gift store value ($25) within a single visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Deal

  • $55 for admission for two with a $25 gift-shop credit ($79 value)

All tickets include audio guides, which help the artifacts on display spring to life with recorded narratives from actual Titanic survivors. Children aged 4 or younger get in for free.

Titanic Branson

In 1987—75 years after the RMS Titanic sank—John Joslyn helped lead an expedition to the bottom of the sea to photograph the wreck and bring up artifacts. Today, the gigantic permanent and interactive Titanic ship museum in Branson that he founded holds authentic items from the Titanic numbering in the thousands and valued at $4.5 million. But the museum's accoutrements of Edwardian life—items ranging from cutlery to deck chairs that fill meticulously accurate reproductions of the million-dollar grand staircase, the third-class sleeping rooms, and the cozy second-class space between the floorboards—are only part of the visitor's experience here. Interactive exhibits are also a permanent attraction, letting families touch an iceberg walk the grand staircase, learn to steer a ship and send an SOS signal, and perhaps even meet the museum’s pair of dog mascots. The kid friendly environment welcomes guests of all ages. A ship walk through typically takes two-hours.

Customer Reviews

Absolutely loved our trip there, there is so much to see and learn. It is kid friendly for 5 years and up. It sure held my 5 year old's attention! He loved following along with the story getting to punch the number into his "phone" (it's actually a handheld device that they supply each guest with and you enter a number into it and listen to the story)
Stacy N. · December 17, 2013
Wonderful experience . Allow enough time to enjoy reading the exhibits.
Ryan G. · 2 days ago
Very cool way to learn about history. It was interesting and fun. This was our second time.
Paula W. · 4 days ago

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