Rare, Red Bear Sightings at Titanic Museum

Starting November 4th, a massive gathering of huggable Christmas Red Bears can be seen and adopted at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge during the Christmas season!

Children of the RMS Titanic

A 2023 World Exclusive

For the first time, guests will see shoes worn on the Titanic by Second Class Passenger Alden Caldwell, age ten months old.

Titanic Museum Attraction Gives Back

In 2023, Titanic Museum Attractions will honor the children aboard the Titanic through “The Year of the Titanic Children” campaign, in which one element are children’s shoes on display. 

Titanic Author Book Signing

Titanic Author Book Signing. On a Sea of Glass. J. Kent Layton Saturday, October 7: 11am-5pm. Bill Wormstedt Sunday, October 8: 11am-5pm.

Officer Buster’s Reading List

Our dedicated First Officer Buster, a passionate reader and a true Titanic enthusiast, has meticulously compiled an extensive collection of books that offer a unique glimpse into the awe-inspiring history of the legendary ship.

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!!

Reservations Required as Many Days are Sold Out

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Dive to Titanic

In 1987, I embarked on the adventure of a lifetime. Two years earlier, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute had discovered Titanic and now I co-led a 6 million dollar dive expedition to the site of the sinking.

Our team’s mission was to explore the wreckage, retrieve artifacts and film the broken remains. Standing on the slippery deck of our salvage ship, it was thrilling to hover more than 2.5 miles above the legendary Titanic.

Our team spent 44 days at sea and the expedition dove to the site 32 times in an amazing 20 million dollar submersible. We returned with hundreds of hours of haunting ghost-like images. They formed the framework of “Return to Titanic…Live!” a two-hour television special that I co-produced with my partner Doug Lewelyn. This special became the second highest rated live TV documentary ever.

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After 30 years Titanic remains my magnificent obsession. I’ve dedicated my career to her and the 2,208 passengers and crew aboard its tragic maiden voyage. It started with TV shows and became these permanent Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson, MO and Pigeon Forge, TN.

These giant museum attractions exhibit one of the largest permanent collections of Titanic artifacts and memorabilia. Inside, guests enter a unique world where they can climb an exact replica of the most famous staircase—Titanic’s hand-crafted Grand Staircase.

I want to share as closely as possible with guests what Titanic’s actual passengers and crew experienced aboard ship. Visitors can touch finely carved wooden inlays, grasp the wheel on the captain’s bridge, tap out messages on the ship’s wireless, feel an iceberg’s chill, stroll decks and galleries and listen to stories told by real survivors. I think of it as “Living Theatre” with guests as part of the experience. Plus it offers a realistic, interactive educational experience for students of all ages.

John Joslyn - Founder of Titanic Museum Attractions