Titanic Museums Honor the Children of the RMS Titanic. “There were 135 children on board Titanic, with ages ranging from 9 weeks to 15 years, each with a story to tell. This is our mission for 2024, to shine a light on their young lives, to speak their names, and to honor their legacy. The iconic image of the children’s shoes serves to capture the spirit of this major event and prepare our guests for a powerful new look into Titanic’s final days though the eyes of children.”
Magic Arrives. Irish Fairy Cottages Discovered at Titanic Museum Attraction. Tribute to the 187 Irish on Board the Ship. 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.
Titanic Museum Attraction’s Literacy Program illustrates HOPE, COURAGE, and RESILIENCE. Over the last 6 years, in celebration of the National Read Across America Week, Titanic Museum Attraction has delivered a LIVE program to thousands of students. This year, February 26 – March 15, 2024, a pre-recorded version of our Literacy program production will be available free to every school across the globe.
Titanic Museum Attractions has partnered with Samaritan’s Feet to provide new shoes to children throughout Tennessee and Missouri, the home states of the two Titanic Museum Attractions. This partnership will help provide thousands of pairs of shoes, all helping fulfill the goal of Samaritan’s Feet of serving its 10 millionth person this year.
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.