Our family are real history buffs, and Joy is just now coming into her own. She is ten and has a longer attention span than before. A few days ago she told me she wanted to go back to the Titanic Museum in Branson. We went there about three years ago and she liked it, but it was hard for her to spend much time at each exhibit, and the entire ship is an exhibit. She raced through it then. Not this time. She read the plaques, she listened on the recorders, she had a great time. It was a great two hours. I will tell everyone that I listened to the children's recordings too. I am sure the adult recordings were great, but I did listen to the children's. Cameras, cell phones aren't allowed inside, so don't think you are going to take pictures to remember it by, that isn't going to happen except outside. You can buy a photo of yourself taken by the staff who are dressed in period clothing. As we entered the museum we were each given a person who had been on the ship. At one stop we could see a photo of our character and at the end we found out if our character survived. That gave us a personal interest in something that happened over 100 years ago.
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