An Attraction to Remember

Titanic Pigeon Forge

It’s been 100 years since the HMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sank in the North Atlantic, claiming the lives of more than a 1,000 passengers. The story of the ship, as well as its passengers and crew, is told at one of Pigeon Forges most distinctive sites, the Titanic Museum Attraction.

Titanic Pigeon Forge, which was modeled after the original Titanic attraction in Branson, Missouri, is a $25 million tribute to the legendary luxury liner. Its many stories are conveyed through the museums self-guided tour, which features a series of galleries, each dedicated to bringing a different facet of Titanic history to life through photos and real-life artifacts, large-scale special effects, hands-on activities, re-creations, models and much more. Along the way, dramatic music and sound effects underscore the visuals, enhancing the impact of each element.

Among the dozens of highlights are full-scale replicas of several ships area, including third- and first-class accommodations, the dining salon and the bridge, complete with a view out over iceberg-filled seas. The centerpiece of the museum is the million-dollar

Titanic Pigeon Forge

Titanic Pigeon Forge

replica of Titanics Grand Staircase, which allows access between the attractions two main levels.

At the beginning of the Titanic Pigeon Forge tour, each guest receives a boarding pass that tells the personal story of an actual Titanic passenger or crewmember. At the end of the museum experience, the fate of that person is revealed in the Memorial Gallery.

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