Titanic Museum Attraction
Guest Face Mask Required

Titanic Museum Attraction announced both vaccinated and unvaccinated guests will be required to wear a face mask or covering when entering our Pigeon Forge Museum.

This decision has been made after the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) came out with updated guidance, recommending that face masks or coverings be worn inside for both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals.

Wearing a face mask helps our Titanic Crew protect our guests, and guests wearing a face mask will protect our crew.

John and Mary

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Every year the Titanic Museum Attraction has introduced special passenger and crew tributes.

• 133 children • 187 Irish • 8 musicians
• 10 dogs • 712 survivors • 8 brave clergymen

Now Titanic Museum pays tribute to the Titanic Jewish Passengers and Crew.
Did you know there was a kosher kitchen & kosher chef on Titanic?

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Reservations Required • Limited Number of Guests • Call 800-381-7670

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Titanic Museum Attraction going All-Pink in Support of the
2021 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 2021 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.

Reservation required as many days sold out. Book early.

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Save when visiting Titanic and Dollywood’s Harvest Festival with our Combo Offer.
September 24 – October 30

Dollywood’s Harvest Festival presented by Humana is even more spectacular this season, with thousands of carved and illuminated jack-o-lanterns immersing families in fabulous fall fun. The largest addition ever made to Dollywood’s fall festival, Great Pumpkin LumiNights features artistic sculptures, whimsical scenes and delightful, family-friendly fun throughout Timber Canyon.

Great Pumpkin LumiNights also features new pumpkin-themed food options, entertainment and interactive opportunities for park guests to experience an exciting nightly finale during the best fall festival in the Smokies.

Dollywood’s Harvest Festival Features:

Great Pumpkin LumiNights
Character Meet & Greet
Master Carvers
Glow Face Painting
Specialty Foods

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*** LIVE! FREE! ***

Titanic Museum Attractions
Second Titanic Authors’ Virtual Conference

Saturday, October 9, 2021

For the second time, avid readers and collectors of books focusing on the Titanic will be able to interact with the authors, live, during a fan-requested, Virtual Conference, announces Mary Kellogg, Titanic Museum Attraction’s President/CCO and Co-Owner.

Among the books and authors featured in this free private forum are:

  • 10am – EST
  • The Two Pennies – by Susie Milar
    The Two Pennies tells the true story of the Millar family in the lead up to Titanic’s maiden voyage in 1912. It is a unique insight into how the tragedy affected ordinary lives, in particular those of Thomas Millar’s two sons. The story continues to describe the aftermath of Titanic’s sinking, using the voices of several different characters.
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  • 11am – EST
  • For the Sake of the Children – by Joan Adler
    In 2007 a file of letters between University of Heidelberg roommates and lifelong friends, Otto Frank and Nathan Straus Jr., was found in the archives of YIVO: The Institute for Jewish Research. The letters revealed for the first time that Otto Frank, diarist Anne’s father, tried desperately to get his family out of war torn Holland in 1941, fifteen months before they went into hiding in the now famous attic at Prinsengracht 263, Amsterdam.
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  • Noon – EST
  • Diving Into the Deep – by Lowell Lytle
    A young man rejects fame and fortune for a life of Christian service and experiences the heights and depths of swashbuckling adventure over and under the high seas. A gripping true story of risk and spiritual quest that takes him 2 ½ miles beneath the North Atlantic to Titanic’s resting site.
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  • 1pm – EST
  • Titanic Behind the Scenes – by Campbell Cloar
    As an Original Crew Member at Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, TN, I enjoy bringing the Titanic to life for our visitors. I especially enjoy the children. Brimming with excitement and ready to embrace the experience with open arms, they often surprise and delight all of us with their unique perspectives. Much of Titanic Behind the Scenes is devoted to the fresh perspectives of these amazing children.
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  • 2pm – EST
  • My Autistic X-Factor – Brynjar Karl
    Brynjar Karl is a 10-year old boy with autism. His dream is to build a replica of his favorite ship, the Titanic, out of LEGO bricks, stretching 6.33 meters in length. This task takes him on an amazing journey where he has to overcome various obstacles. He gets his grandfather and mother involved to help him. With belief, a supportive team and determination, Brynjar finally reaches his dream goal and eventually much more than he had expected.
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The Titanic Authors’ Virtual Live Tours are presented live through a private, closed Facebook Group. A Facebook account is THE ONLY WAY to access this conference. You must prove your email address is associated with your Facebook account upon registration to gain entry into the group.

Register now to be part of the second Titanic Museum Attraction Virtual Authors’ Conference!

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Titanic Anchor Story

The Titanic Anchor hangs dutifully on the side of the Titanic Museum Attraction, stuck there, silent but observing. Everyday, it watches and wonders where ALL the families driving by are going and what kind of adventures they’ll share. The Titanic Captain has decided that it’s time for the Titanic Anchor to have its OWN world-wide adventure, BUT it needs YOUR help to make it happen. Here’s how:

  1. Download, cut out and decorate the Titanic Anchor any way you want.
  2. Download Your Titanic Anchor

  3. Then take the Titanic Anchor drawing with you wherever you go, whatever  you do – the zoo, shopping, your back yard, hiking, camping, the beach (It LOVES the water).
  4. Take pictures of your adventures holding your Titanic Anchor drawing and post them on the Titanic Anchor Facebook Page with the hashtag; #TheTitanicAnchor2021.
  5. Watch Storytime with Jodi on Facebook, every Thursday at Noon EST –  Now through August 5th – to get your new weekly Titanic Anchor Challenge!
  6. Be sure to follow the Titanic Anchor’s wild adventures on the Titanic Anchor Facebook Page where all the other TitaniAcs (Titanic-Maniac) fans will display the many places the Titanic Anchor has visited on its journey, by following the button link below.

Titanic Anchor Challenge Facebook Page

The Titanic Anchor is counting on you this Summer!

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Calling all Teachers!

Our most requested educator program, “The Titanic Virtual Teacher Academy Workshop”, is back by popular demand!

Workshops available:

Tuesday, September 21 – 4pm & 7pm
Tuesday, November 9 – 4pm & 7pm

$25.00 per educator

(all inclusive)
Advanced Reservations Are Required.
Limited Availability.

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Titanic Thursdays!

Storytelling with First Class Maid Jodi

Noon EST on Facebook Live

Join us Thursdays at Noon for storytelling with First Class Maid Jodi. She will share inspirational passenger stories that illustrate HOPE, COURAGE, and RESILENCE. We look forward to your Virtual visit!

Titanic Storytelling

Titanic Thursdays!

Shop at the Ship with Jamie

6pm EST on Facebook Live

Join Jamie every Thursday at 6pm EST on Facebook live in discovering the latest Titanic related treasures.

Shop at the Ship

Titanic Thursdays!

Don’t Miss All Things Titanic With Officer Emily’s Weekly Podcast!

Officer Emily will bring weekly podcasts sharing Titanic Crew and Passenger Stories, Behind the scene crew experiences as well as round table crew discussions.

How do we pay respect to the the passengers and crew of Titanic? We simply tell their stories.

Titanic Podcast 09/30/2021

Summer Review At The Titanic Museums

Fall is upon us! As we move into this new season, we take a look back at our successful summer season by sharing a few of our favorite guest reviews and even give some insider, back stage secrets! We cannot wait to see what fall holds for us and as the seasons change we hope that the pieces we take away from the previous ones are positive and serve us well! Cheers to a great summer, and hopes for an even better fall!

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Calling all Teachers!
School Field Trips Are Out This Year!

Bring Titanic to your schools! Virtual Tours are available. Click the link below to request your Titanic Virtual Tour!

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Visit our Titanic museum educational tab and see other activities you and your students can do.

Titanic Education Guide

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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.

Now, following international acclaim, the Titanic Museum Attraction has this Titanic masterpiece built with LEGO® BRICKS on display for its USA debut, as an exclusive, featured attraction!

Q & A with “Lego Boy” Brynjar Karl

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Titanic Museum Attraction Christmas and Winter Celebration

Inside and out, Titanic is magical during the winter holidays. The sights, sounds and joy of the season are sure to hail the arrival of Christmas 2021. You’re invited to stop by November thru December for Titanic’s holiday spirit. The ship will be aglow. Come exchange greetings with our Titanic crew or enjoy the glittering lights and the festive decorations.

The Titanic Gift Shop will be open every day, including free public access to hundreds of unique Titanic Christmas gift ideas and collectibles to symbolize your love for Titanic.

Once Upon a Christmas time at the Titanic Museum Attraction

Oh joy, the holiday season is almost here again! It’s my favorite time of year at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, because when guests come aboard, their smiles are bigger, their eyes are brighter and their spirits higher. Christmastime at Titanic fills every heart with fellowship and good cheer. The beauty and charm of our once-upon-a-time Edwardian Christmas will dazzle and truly amaze you, from your arrival at the White Star Line boarding station to the moment you depart through our magical Holiday Gift Shoppe.Children are awestruck by the glamour and glitter of it all.

More than $100,000 has been invested in all the trimmings: twinkling lights, lush garlands, wreaths and towering Christmas trees. Our cheery crew will join costumed merry-makers in stirring your memories of holiday gatherings gone by, while setting the scene for many more.

Every day, we remember and honor the men, women and especially the 133 children who sailed RMS Titanic’s maiden voyage in 1912. But it’s during this special time of year that you’ll truly experience what it was like aboard ship and how it might have looked on a Christmas voyage 108 years ago.

Come share the miracle of Christmas with us.

— Mary Kellogg, Co-Owner Titanic Museum Attractions

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