SEE THE 1.7 MILLION DOLLAR TITANIC VIOLIN

When the Music Stopped….the Legend Began!
In 2020: $1.7 million dollar Titanic Violin in Pigeon Forge

When: Now – December, 2020
Where: Titanic Pigeon Forge

RMS Titanic bandleader Wallace Hartley’s violin, which sold for $1.7 million dollars, the highest price ever paid for any RMS Titanic artifact, has only been seen in public in two places, The Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson, MO. & Pigeon Forge, TN.

Now this silent witness of the Titanic disaster is set to kick-off Titanic Pigeon Forge’s new 2020 summer season with an exclusive, encore engagement, now – December, 2020, announces, President, COO and Co-Owner, Mary Kellogg.

“The Hartley Titanic violin is the single most requested and important artifact our visitors have asked to see again. I really feel that’s because this fragile reminder of Titanic’s final moments plays on untapped emotions that touch the heart,” says Mary Kellogg. “We are grateful and honored to be chosen, above all others, to display this extraordinary piece of Titanic history…and we thank Henry Aldridge and Sons in England, representatives of the anonymous owner, for trusting us with this prized possession.

In 2005 the Hartley Titanic violin was found and authenticated though testing. It was later sold at auction by Henry Aldridge and Son for $1,700,000, by far the highest ever paid for memorabilia tied to Titanic. “I can’t think of anything else that is more iconic to come off that ship,” says veteran collector& attorney, Craig Sopin.

Some will hear its silent message.
All will feel a presence that’s
impossible to ignore

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TITANIC MUSEUM ATTRACTION GOING ALL-PINK IN OCTOBER

Titanic Museum Attraction going All-Pink in Support of the
2020 International Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign.

For the sixth year, Titanic’s iconic, giant ship will mount a 15 ft. pink ribbon calling attention to the 2020 Breast Cancer Awareness Month campaign at the Titanic Museum Attraction, announces Mary Kellogg, President, COO & Co-Owner of Titanic Pigeon Forge.

In addition the museum will honor 46 passengers who survived Titanic, but were later claimed by cancer – seven were victims of breast cancer.  When you visit the Museum Attraction you’ll find on the Survivors’ Wall the name of each passenger who survived, those that had cancer will be honored with a pink ribbon beside their name during the month of October.

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