There are always reasons to visit Titanic Museum Attraction in Missouri! In 1985, RMS Titanic was found, and in 1987 a second expedition took place. The team spent 44 days at sea and did 32 dives to the Titanic. The objective of the dive was to broadcast the first live television show from the wreck site. The entire expedition was led by the owner, John Joslyn. Today, the Titanic Museum Attraction pays tribute to the 2,208 passengers.New in 2023—Tribute to the Children of the RMS Titanic
There were 135 children on board Titanic, with ages ranging from 9 weeks to 15 years, each with a story to tell. Branson Titanic Museum's mission for 2023 is to shine a light on their young lives, to speak their names, and to honor their legacy. New displays. New stories. A moment in time all guests can pay tribute to these young lives.Must see...
Touch an iceberg, dip your hands into 28-degree water, and even try standing on the sloping deck as you get a first-hand experience of what it was like on that fateful night in 1912.Everyone's talking about...
Walking the halls, parlors, cabins, and iconic Grand Staircase of the ship, all offer the perfect opportunity for an unforgettable experience. Plus, you’ll be surrounded by more than 400 real artifacts from the ship and its passengers. Book your passage so you don’t miss all this and more at the Titanic Museum in Branson.Red Bears at Titanic—Starting November 4th
A massive gathering of huggable Christmas Red Bears can be seen and adopted at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson during the Christmas season! These critters, who will appear among the holiday décor throughout the attraction from November 4 through December 31, are a reminder that this is the museum’s “Year of the Titanic Children.” A special exhibit highlights the 135 passengers and crew members who were age 15 or younger when the Titanic set sail.Titanic Museum Attraction Honors Veterans in November
—Active, Reserve, and Veterans are invited! Come hear the Titanic Heroes’ stories and share yours too!
There were 48 military personnel on board the Titanic:
- 9 Perished
- 39 Survived
- 19 United States Military passengers and crew
- 25 Foreign Military passengers and crew
- 5 Known Wars
- Personal Artifacts on Display
Titanic honors veterans! Active and retired military members receive free admission with a military ID and a driver’s license or residence card (1 free admission per transaction). Other guests in their party can receive the regular military discount.Blackout dates apply. (November 23rd–26th). Reservations are required.Giant, Red Christmas Tree, has risen at the Titanic Museum Attraction
—A Tribute to the Children of Titanic
This Christmas season, a colossal, 25-foot, richly decorated red tree will dominate the Titanic Museum’s outside entrance, while 10 lavishly adorned green trees and hundreds of huggable Red Teddy Bears will be standing by to welcome guests inside. It promises to be an exciting, new Christmas experience for everyone.Why Red?
The RMS Titanic’s hull was painted in two colors: black above the water line and red below it.Why Now?
Red is the boldest color in the color spectrum. It has the power to express love, joy, and celebration. It encourages engagement and instills trust, hope, and confidence—just what the world needs now.Tour Highlights
- Receive a boarding pass of a real passenger or crew member
- Touch a growing Iceberg
- Crew in period dress attire
- Kids become Captain of the ship for the day
- Interactive areas
- Touch the 28-degree water
- See the world's largest Titanic model
- Over 300 artifacts on display
Titanic Museums will allow personal photos inside the ship! Times are changing, and so is Titanic!