The Titanic Museum was definitely the most interesting and unique part of my trip to Pigeon Forge. Even the building was unique. You can’t miss it when you are driving through. A building that looks like a huge ship! The Titanic!
Our group was invited to tour the facility and I can tell you it was an amazing experience. I learned more there about the Titanic, than I had ever learned previously. There is something special about a hands on experience that truly makes you connect. So much different than a text book. This is the way I love to learn, hands on…experience!
When you enter, they give you a boarding pass that has a passengers name and story on it. A real person that was aboard the titanic. This is who you are as you make your way through the Museum. Here is a little information from my boarding pass.
Rosa Pinsky, 2nd Class Passenger, Age:35, Residence: Brooklyn, New York.
I’m a widow returning from a visit with friends and family in Warsaw, Poland, where I was born. The Fresh sea air and the warm, reassuring comfort of Titanic have been worth every penny of my second-class ticket…..
I’ll tell you, I wasn’t smiling as I fought to keep my place in line, and then all I did was pray. Would I be able to get a life boat?
There are many interactive parts to the museum as well! You can experience the different degrees of the slanting deck as the ship sank. This was a heart wrenching experience. It was hard to hold on and I could only imagine the fear these people felt….
There was one part that recreated the water rushing through fast and faster…Then there was a room where you could touch the water and see how cold that water is that people were in. This was an experience like no other. I have to recommend this, especially as a homeschool mom! This is a great way to learn a bit of history.
There is so much more to this place, but you will need to experience it yourself, photos and words just do not cover it!
Be sure to like the Titanic Museum on Facebook.
This trip was hosted hosted by Brandfluential.
I received free admission to The Titanic Museum in exchange for my review. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received! I also received a fabulous breakfast! Thank you Titanic! Photos of the inside of the Titanic Museum are courtesy of The Titanic media page.
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