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Titanic Edwardian Christmas
Now 1 - December 31, 2014
Author Book Signing - Penelope Carlevato
Saturday, November 29th, 2014
Titanic Closed
January 12th-15th, 2015
February is Sweetheart Month
The Entire Month of February
Titanic Celebrates the Irish
The Entire Month of March

Titanic Christmas and Winter Celebration  

Titanic Edwardian Christmas Celebration
Now - December 31st, 2014

Step back in time and see how the Titanic Grand Staircase and ship would have been decorated in the 1912 Edwardian period. The entire ship will be lit up for Christmas with lights and Christmas trees galore.

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Titanic Christmas and Winter Celebration
Titanic Christmas and Winter Celebration
Titanic Christmas and Winter Celebration

New Titanic Molly Brown Exhibit  

Author Book Signing - ONE DAY ONLY

Penelope Carlevato, "Tea on the Titanic" And A special guest appearance by her 14-yr old Grandaughter Amanda Carlevato who is co-author with Penelope on a new book, titled: "First Class Etiquette", which features a section on Titanic.

Date: Saturday, November 29th
Time: 10am - 5pm
Location: Titanic Pigeon Forge

Penelope Carlevato is an author, speaker, and culinary expert noted for her expertise - and her expert-teas. Founder of Penelope's Tea Time, (www.PenelopesTeaTime.com) a blender and marketer of specialized teas; and co-hostess of the cable-TV program Cooking Up Wonders, Penelope has written a previous book on tea, "The Perfect Cup", as well as many articles on the world's favorite table beverage.

Born in England to a war bride, and reared in South Dakota, Penelope learned the arts of hospitality and the special role of teas and tea-time etiquette from her mum. She has expanded her proficiencies as an Ambassador of Tea - as a hostess of tea-time ministries, instructor of "The Art of the Afternoon Tea," and guide of an annual "Tea on the Titanic" tea tour. Penelope and her husband Norm live in Colorado, and are parents of three children and grandparents of eleven future tea-lovers.

Her background, and the universal fascination with the Titanic, "stirred" her interest to research the social ambiance and unique menus of Afternoon Teas and High Teas on the High Seas, 100 years ago. "Tea on the Titanic" is not just interesting history and surprising details about bygone times, but a collection of great recipes!

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Titanic closed January 5th-7th  

Titanic Pigeon Forge will be closed for cleaning January 12th-15th

It's time for our annual ship "tooth brush" cleaning. Each year in January, our Titanic Museum Attraction closes for a few days. Our crew cleans the ship from top to bottom. A New Year means new paint, new carpet, and new Galleries full of new artifacts and history for guests to explore.

Mark you Calendars! We will only be closed for 4 days, January 12th-15th, 2015. We will re-open on January 16th.

For More information, please call 800-381-7670.

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Sweetheart Month at Titanic  

Marriage Proposals * Engagements * Weddings * Vow Renewals - Celebrate yours on the Grand Staircase!

Every February, Titanic Museum Attraction goes overboard to help visitors celebrate their own love stories, complete with everything their hearts desire. From surprise proposals and wedding engagements
to awesome weddings and heart-warming marriage-vow renewals officiated by Titanic’s Captain Smith. All ceremonies can be held on the magnificent Grand Staircase, an exact replica of the original and just like
the one Rose and Jack ascended in James Cameron’s TITANIC.

Romance and adventure were in the air when Titanic set sail on April 10, 1912. Twelve couples traveling on Titanic were on their honeymoon , nine in first class. There were also young, brides-to-be sailing to America to start a new life there. Rose DeWitt Bukater, the fictional, co-star in the Academy Award winning TITANIC was among this group.

Experience the power of love during Titanic's Sweetheart Month this February 2015. Join us as we pay tribute to romance and the lasting love of devoted couples everywhere. Our Vow Renewals are held in elegant style on Titanic's Grand Staircase; every ceremony is presided over by the ship's captain.

Reservations are required. Our appointment book fills rapidly for this extremely popular event. To keep the romance alive and steer clear of icebergs, we recommend immediate reservations!

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

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Irish Celebration at Titanic Branson  

The entire Month of March is Irish Celebration at Titanic Pigeon Forge.

Hardworking, skilled Irish laborers helped build Titanic in Belfast, Northern Ireland. In fact, many Irish men and women served as crew on her maiden voyage. As a passenger group, the Irish outnumbered all other nationalities on board.

The Titanic Museum Attraction has honored the 159 Irish passengers and crew that were aboard Titanic. How do we pay tribute? By simply telling their stories.

  • Titanic was built in Belfast, Northern, Ireland
  • 159 Irish Passengers & Crew aboard Titanic
  • Mayo County, Ireland had 14 Irish traveling on Titanic

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New Titanic Molly Brown Exhibit  

New Exhibit: Margaret "Unsinkable Molly" Brown
Now Open!

By the time Margaret Tobin Brown boarded Titanic at Cherbourg, France, she had already made a significant impact in the world. She and her daughter Helen, who was a student at the Sorbonne, had been traveling throughout Europe and were staying with the John Jacob Astor party in Cairo, Egypt, when Margaret received word that her first grandchild, Lawrence Palmer Brown, Jr., was ill. She decided to leave for New York immediately and boarded Titanic on April 10, 1912.

Want to know the rest of the story? Board the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, Tn. and discover an entire gallery devoted to the "Unsinkable Molly Brown."

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Titanic Pigeon Forge
Ticket Information: Toll Free: 800/381-7670 • 417/334-9500
2134 Parkway, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863