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Branson’s Titanic Museum

That horrible night in April is one that never can be forgotten. The sinking of the Titanic is one of the greatest tragedies in history and resulted in 1517 men, women, and children losing their lives. Today, over 100 years later, countless movies and books have been made and written about this event, and the remains of the supposedly unsinkable vessel have been found. Interest levels remain high, leading to the opening of the Titanic Museum in Branson, MO. Featuring real artifacts from the ship and the 1997 movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, this museum is a somber and fascinating tribute to maritime history.


The Details

Ticket costs are a reasonable $22.47 for adults and $8.98 for children (If your child is 4 and under their admission is free!). Once inside, you’ll find a display of over 400 genuine artifacts that were recovered from the ship, and interactive displays that really give you the feeling of being there on the Titanic.

Touch a manmade iceberg in the chilly iceberg room that allows you to experience what it felt like on the deck of the Titanic that night, see an exhibit featuring the costume of Jack Dawson (from the movie), or learn the story behind the brave musicians who continued playing in the chaos of the night, soothing in the only way they knew how, the passengers left behind to face their fate.

Visit the website at and read the story about the founder of the Branson titanic museum, John Johnson, and his memorable dive to the bottom of the sea in a 20-million-dollar submersible on a mission to retrieve artifacts as they explored the wreckage. Stand on the reconstruction of the Grand Staircase, explore the decks and experience life on this luxury vessel on all the deck levels, or sit in a lifeboat and hear the stories of passengers’ survival.

Visit the titanic museum in Branson during your vacation and receive your boarding ticket at the door. Each ticket contains the name and age of a passenger or crew member who was actually on the ship that night. At the end of your tour, you discover if your character survived. It’s a chilling feeling to discover that your 22-year-old crew member never made it to 23. Located at 3235 76 Country Boulevard & Highway 165 in Branson, this is one experience that will touch your soul.

Address: 3235 W 76 Country Blvd, Branson, MO 65616
Phone #: (800) 381-7670


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