Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, TN to Launch First Ever
HALLO-WINE Tasting Masquerade Event.
Friday, Oct. 28th   6-10 p.m.
$125 Per Person*

A spirited evening with friends and good cheer will be uncorked when Titanic Museum throws its first Hallo-Wine Masquerade Event Friday night, October 28th starting at 6pm – 10pm, announces
Titanic Museum’s Mary Kellogg, President/COO and Co-Owner.

“We are honored to create this masquerade spirited Hallo-Wine Event at our Pigeon Forge, TN ship. No tricks, just treats are in store for fancy, masked guests attending the event,” says Kellogg.

“We are excited to partner with Titanic Museum Attraction and to share our authentic award-winning Oregon wines with the attendees of the Hallo-Wine Masquerade Event this October!” Willamette Valley Vineyards.

Hallo-Wine Treats Include:

  • Special guest performance by renowned, International Cellist Elena Bosworth.
  • Wine Pairing featuring Premium Red and White Wines with one of America’s great wine producers, Willamette Valley Vineyards in Turner, Oregon.
  • Food pairing stations throughout the ship.
  • Guests are encouraged to wear masquerade mask.

First Course
Goat Cheese Purse with Apples or Cranberries
with Willamette Valley Vineyards
Pinot Gris, Vintage 2021

Second Course
Sausage Stuffed Crescent Roll
with Willamette Valley Vineyards
Whole Cluster Rose, Vintage 2021

Third Course
Braised Short Rib in Phyllo / with Arugula & Onion Jam
with Willamette Valley Vineyards
Estate Pinot Noir, Vintage 2020

Fourth Course
Sea Scallops wrapped in Bacon
with Willamette Valley Vineyards
Dijon Clone Chardonnay, Vintage 2021

Fifth Course
Wild Mushroom Purse
with Willamette Valley Vineyards
Whole Cluster Pinot Noir, Vintage 2021



TitanicCon ’22.
August 25-28, 2022.
The Ridge Resort.
Sevierville, TN,
Conference fee: $160.

TitanicCon 2022 will be an event-filled weekend. Beginning with a social and our opening sessions on Thursday evening, August 25, with information filled sessions on Friday, Saturday and concluding Sunday morning. People who attend our conference return because of good friends, good topics, and a wonderful time.

  • Screening of new documentary of the Chinese aboard Titanic – “The Six”
  • Titanic Museum First Class Dinner & Tour
  • Special Guest Speakers.



Huge Announcement!

Titanic Museums will allow personal photos inside the ship! Times are changing and so is Titanic! We’ve listened to our guests & we will now allow personal photos!!

video: Titanic Museums will allow personal photos inside the ship!

Reserve Your Titanic Tickets

Call 800-381-7670 for Reservations.

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Titanic First Class Passenger Isidor Straus Watch FOB Locket to be on exclusive display, valued at $250,000, at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, TN.

Great-Great Grandson to present this amazing
Artifact to the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge
Public has not seen this Watch Fob* Locket since 1912.

Privately held, one of Titanic’s most important and emotionally charged artifacts ever recovered is the watch fob locket belonging to famed New York merchandizer and co-owner of Macy’s Department Store, Isidor Straus. His story is one of legend, and we’re excited to tell it while in the presence of his most personal possession, says Mary Kellogg Joslyn, COO/Co-owner of the Titanic Museum Attractions in Pigeon Forge, TN and Branson, MO.

“The locket was found tucked in the marketing mogul’s vest pocket when he was pulled, lifeless, from the sea. It has remained in the possession of Straus family descendants ever since, never to be seen by the public until now,” explains Kellogg-Joslyn.

“To me, this beautiful Titanic artifact is important because it was witness to one of maritime history’s greatest disasters and one of its greatest love stories, as well. Isidor and his beloved wife, Ida, were inseparable in life and in death. When she was given the chance to board a lifeboat and save herself, she refused to go without Isidor, saying, “We have lived together for many years. Where you go, I go.”

The Titanic Museum’s curator, Paul Burns, was told of the locket’s existence more than 20 years ago by Joan Adler, executive director of the Straus Historical Society. He has worked tirelessly since then to bring it out of obscurity and into the view of thousands of Titanic Museum followers,” says Kellogg-Joslyn.

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Magic Arrives
Irish Fairy Cottages Discovered at Titanic Museum Attraction
Tribute to the 187 Irish on Board the Ship.

Extended Until August

Believe it or not, Irish Fairy, fantasy cottages have taken root at the Titanic Museum and will remain visible to visitors during the Attraction’s March tribute to the 187 Irish passengers and crew on Titanic, announces Mary Kellogg-Joslyn, President/COO and co-owner.

“While the wee builders remain invisible to humans, proof of their presence can be clearly seen in the enchanting, whimsical dwellings they’ve planted throughout the ship. No two are alike, each have their own name and unique features. However, the ones with realistic architectural elements still stand with one foot in reality and the other in a fairytale,” explains Kellogg.

Jeanne Waters-Hill, founder of Touche’, preeminent, Missouri Design Studio and designated, mortal designer of the mythological, Titanic cottages says the design process for this project was especially challenging. “I had to put on my sculptor’s hat, then think about it, research it and tap into 45 years of experience until an image slowly emerged. All in all, it took about 50 to 60 hours to build one cottage from development, construction to installation,” says Waters-Hill.

“Jeanne has been Titanic’s interior design imagineer since opening days in Branson, Mo. (2006) and Pigeon Forge, TN. (2010). Her talent for creating emotional environments to showcase our exhibits continues to amaze me. I can’t wait for the world to see the fantasy, Irish fairy cottages she designed in honor of the Irish on board Titanic.”

Full Press Release

Irish Cottage Fact Sheet

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Shop at the Ship with Jamie

Thursdays at 6pm EST on Facebook Live

First Class Maid Jamie becomes your very own personal shopper on this popular Facebook live event at the Titanic Museum Attraction! Every Thursday join us as Jamie showcases a few of our favorite retail items and gives you an inside scoop! Be sure to join us on our Facebook page to get in on the fun!

Shop at the Ship

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Calling all Teachers!
School Field Trips Are Out This Year!

Bring Titanic to your schools! Virtual Tours are available. Click the link below to request your Titanic Virtual Tour!

Schedule Your Titanic Museum Virtual Tour

Visit our Titanic museum educational tab and see other activities you and your students can do.

Titanic Education Guide

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11 Months to build. 56,000 LEGO® Bricks. 26ft x 5ft.

A 10 year old boy from ICELAND had a dream to build the World’s Largest Titanic Model with LEGO® BRICKS. It was a daunting, 11 month undertaking with his Autism. His inspiring story has generated wide media, where he shared his story in his own words.

Now, following international acclaim, the Titanic Museum Attraction has this Titanic masterpiece built with LEGO® BRICKS on display for its USA debut, as an exclusive, featured attraction!

Q & A with “Lego Boy” Brynjar Karl

For more information, please contact us at 800-381-7670.

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