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Titanic Museum Branson Admission Ticket

  • Admission ticket to the Titanic Museum Branson, in Branson, Missouri
  • Walk along an exact replica of the Titanic’s sweeping Grand Staircase
  • Touch water that is 28 degrees Fahrenheit (-2.2 Celsius) and see a real iceberg
Titanic Museum Branson Admission Ticket
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Step aboard a detailed replica of the Titanic with your admission ticket to the Titanic Museum Branson in Missouri. During your self-guided tour, see hallways, cabins, parlors and the Grand Staircase, which have been carefully reproduced as they were on the Titanic. The Titanic Museum Branson vividly recounts the story of the famous ship with exhibits that feature more than 400 artifacts that belonged to the ship and its passengers. You can also touch a real iceberg, stand on sloping decks that replicate the Titanic's final moments, and more.
What to Expect
After making your own way to the Titanic Museum Branson, simply exchange your voucher at the box office for your admission ticket. The ticket comes in the form of a boarding pass, which you use to begin your self-guided tour.

With your boarding pass, you'll receive a brief biography of one of the Titanic's passengers or crew members, with details about their lives and time aboard the Titanic. At the end of your tour, you'll enter the Memorial Room and discover the fate of your assigned person.

The museum is a half-scale model of the Titanic. Upon entering, you'll gain insights into the size and scale of the original ship. Walk through multiple exhibit rooms in cabins, hallways and parlors to learn about the ship and its passengers. Admire the grand staircase, valued at one million dollars, which has been meticulously recreated aboard this model ship. Third-class cabins, first-class suites and other areas have been built to original scale.

Also included in the exhibits: a room where you can touch an authentic iceberg and experience the chill of the icy waters where the Titanic sank. Walk along decks that slope at the same angle as the decks when the ship went down.

Spend as much time as desired at the museum, gaining insight into one of the most famous shipwrecks of recent history.

NEW!  March - June 15, 2017

Titanic Museum Attraction honors James Cameron's Titanic movie!  On display are costumes from the movie.  Where were you 20 years ago?  Can you believe the Titanic movie was released in 1997 - 20 years ago!

Reviews (14)
1 - 5 of 10 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Sinking Titanic

A very educational experience. Brought to life the bravery of those who were sailing that day when it was sinking. You are given the name of one of the passengers and don't know till the end of the tour if you were one of the...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank tcb1940
Reviewed 8 December 2018
History Interactive

This is a very nicely put together museum. All admissions include a wand which further explains or enhances the displays. They have a children's version and an adult version of the narrative which I thought was great since it gave the kids a better understanding...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank ILive2ravel
Reviewed 7 November 2018
Interesting trip, but not exciting.

The Titanic Museum is a typical museum walk through, although it looks like a ship externally. While I found it to be historically interesting, I did not find it interesting enough to go back after that.

Date of experience: December 2017
3  Thank hendersonc473
Reviewed 12 August 2018
Historical and Well Designed

Everything you wanted to know and more are preserved at the Titanic Museum. You're given a hand held device which gives you the option to hear narrations for several facts and memoirs along the way without disturbing other visitors since you hold it to your...More

Date of experience: August 2018
5  Thank dadams6593
Reviewed 10 August 2018 via mobile
Worth the visit

Family and I went here and had a great time. So much history crammed pack in a wonderful audio tour. Some areas of the museum was small and over crowded. All the staff was very friendly and happy to answer questions. Not the friendliest place...More

1  Thank brandonm58
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