Letters to Educators
The tragic story of Titanic has been with us for more than 100 years. It is more than just the account of perhaps the most memorable maritime catastrophe of the 20th century. Titanic is a lasting symbol of the great age of immigration that brought the hopes and dreams of many people to our shores.
The Titanic Museum Attractions want to promote the awareness and knowledge of the world’s diverse cultures by recreating actual rooms of the Titanic and by displaying actual objects that bring to life individuals and events that have had a significant impact on human history. It is our desire to present the Titanic story in a historically accurate and reverent manner and to inspire further study and research into this event.
Teaching and learning opportunities abound as you and your students explore the World’s Largest Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson, Mo. and Pigeon Forge, Tn. Throughout the school year, link the Titanic experience to your curriculum, reinforce your students’ skills, and help them develop proficiencies in areas beyond history.
“Thank you for an amazing experience at the Titanic. The Staff made me feel like I was First Class! The way your staff presented the characters was beyond amazing. The costumes and interactive structures made me feel like I was on the real boat. Thank you once again for allowing my school to step aboard the Titanic.”
– 7th Grade Student
” I was absolutely blown away with this event. I have been teaching for 9 years, been to numerous professional developments and this is by far the best I have ever attended!!!!”
– K-5th Music Teacher
“I expected to discover ways to teach students about the Titanic. The program exceeded my expectations!”
– 5th Grade Science, Math, Reading & Language Arts Teacher
“I wanted to know how the Museum coud be beneficial to my unit on Titanic. I found the Museum to be quite interesting and found lots of ways to incorporate into curriculum!”
– 6th & 7th Grade Reading and Science Teacher