Titanic Museum Christmas Honors RMS Titanic

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 2022. 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

Reservation required as many days sold out. Book early.

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For more information, please contact us at 800-381-7670.

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Shop at the Ship with Jamie

Thursdays at 6pm EST on Facebook Live

First Class Maid Jamie becomes your very own personal shopper on this popular Facebook live event at the Titanic Museum Attraction! Every Thursday join us as Jamie showcases a few of our favorite retail items and gives you an inside scoop! Be sure to join us on our Facebook page to get in on the fun!

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Titanic Museum Attractions Honors All Military
The entire month of November we honor Military with a COMP* ticket.

Did you know there were 44 military personnel onboard the Titanic.
• 6 Perished • 38 Survived
• 19 United States Military passengers and crew
• 25 Foreign Military passengers and crew
• 5 Known Wars
• Personal Artifacts on Display

Titanic Pigeon Forge honors veterans! Active and retired Military Members receive free admission with Military ID and driver’s license or residence card for entry. *1 free admission per transaction. Other guests in their party can receive the regular military discount. Reservations are required.

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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!!

video: Titanic Museums will allow personal photos inside the ship!

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Titanic First Class Passenger Isidor Straus Watch FOB Locket to be on exclusive display, valued at $250,000, at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, TN.

Great-Great Grandson to present this amazing
Artifact to the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge
Public has not seen this Watch Fob* Locket since 1912.

Privately held, one of Titanic’s most important and emotionally charged artifacts ever recovered is the watch fob locket belonging to famed New York merchandizer and co-owner of Macy’s Department Store, Isidor Straus. His story is one of legend, and we’re excited to tell it while in the presence of his most personal possession, says Mary Kellogg Joslyn, COO/Co-owner of the Titanic Museum Attractions in Pigeon Forge, TN and Branson, MO.

“The locket was found tucked in the marketing mogul’s vest pocket when he was pulled, lifeless, from the sea. It has remained in the possession of Straus family descendants ever since, never to be seen by the public until now,” explains Kellogg-Joslyn.

“To me, this beautiful Titanic artifact is important because it was witness to one of maritime history’s greatest disasters and one of its greatest love stories, as well. Isidor and his beloved wife, Ida, were inseparable in life and in death. When she was given the chance to board a lifeboat and save herself, she refused to go without Isidor, saying, “We have lived together for many years. Where you go, I go.”

The Titanic Museum’s curator, Paul Burns, was told of the locket’s existence more than 20 years ago by Joan Adler, executive director of the Straus Historical Society. He has worked tirelessly since then to bring it out of obscurity and into the view of thousands of Titanic Museum followers,” says Kellogg-Joslyn.

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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!

Schedule Your Titanic Museum Virtual Tour

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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