Titanic Museum Attraction, Pigeon Forge

4.5
#1 of 33 in Museums in Sevier County
Specialty Museum · Museum
Step back in time with a visit to Titanic Museum Attraction, a two-story structure designed to look like the famous ocean liner. Built in half-scale to the original ship, this is the largest permanent venue of its kind in the world. Designers built this structure in a pool, which gives visitors the illusion of being on the ship, adrift at sea. To discover what it must have been like to travel as one of the original passengers of the ill-fated ship in 1912, take a self-guided tour of the venue. As you explore the replica, you can see over 400 artifacts spread over 20 galleries, chronicling the stories of several passengers and crew members. A visit to Titanic Museum Attraction represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Pigeon Forge route builder site to plot your vacation.
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  • This was an amazing experience, even the teenagers were impressed. Definitely recommend this when visiting  more »
  • By far one of the go to things to do in Pigeon Forge! We have been to the same attraction in Orlando and this is much better!  more »
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  • My brother and I enjoyed touring the Titanic Museum. I liked how we could go through it at our own pace and engage with exhibits we chose via the recordings. The trivia questions were fun in the exhibit rooms ... as well, especially since I answered most of them correctly. 😁 well we appreciated having our photos taken and the photographer was nice enough to take another photo because the first one didn't turn out right, the price for the print was a tad too high for our taste. All in all, it was a great attraction and highly recommended if you are visiting the area.
  • Nice attraction with educational information(don't tell the kids;) However they don't allow photos and to me there should be a few spots like the tilted decks or iceburg where they should allow photos. The flash of cameras would not hurt these. They have audio tours even for younger kids told in a way interesting to them. My younger ones did enjoy that. My teenagers loved the museum as well. We came the first year it opened and found there had been some changes which is nice. Staff was nice.

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