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Everyone knows the name Titanic! Everyone knows Titanic struck and iceberg! And everyone knows Titanic was lost! She sat at the bottom of the ocean for 75 years before they found her in 1985. A second expedition to the wreck site went out in 1986...more
I really enjoyed the Titanic Museum . Only two things , it was extremely hot in there almost all the way through there and there was no photos to be taken even with the flash off . You would think that all the money people...More
My family LOVED this place!! This has been our favorite place so far in Pigeon Forge. My kids loved looking for the dog throughout the ship. They were so happy to find it. Also, the giant iceberg and feeling the temperature of the water when...More
The self guided tour was very informative; we had a headset that you you would punch a number into and it would tell you all about the exhibit. Plan on 3-4 hours if you plan on reading and listening to everything everything.
You get a headset thing that looks like a telephone so you can listen to information as you pass certain items. There's a sign asking guests to not take pictures. We were able to push a stroller through the museum without a problem. This museum...More
I have been a fan of the titanic since inwas little and now finally got to see some of the artifacts! Love how they make the titanic cone back to life! The grand staircase is mesmerizing! Our young ones ages 2 to 8 loved it...More
My 10 year old son and I enjoyed it; my husband had to leave immediately after entering with our 2 yr old because he was not having a good time. My two year old son, being two years old, wanted to touch everything and run...More
This was a very interesting museum. It taught a lot of information about the “unsinkable ship” that sank on its first voyage. It had lots of original items from aboard that ship - secured in glass cases ... it taught some interesting information about some...More
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Thank you for your question. As Kim C said, we suggest you allow for two hours, though the average is an hour and a half. Some, like Debra K H above, only spend an hour at most touring the museum, while others have been... More
Thank you for your question. As Kim C said, we suggest you allow for two hours, though the average is an hour and a half. Some, like Debra K H above, only spend an hour at most touring the museum, while others have been known to spend 3-5 hours exploring and still insist they didn't see everything. You go at your own pace.