Children of the RMS Titanic
A World Exclusive Starting March 2023
“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 2023, 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,” Kellogg-Joslyn says.
Life begins with baby steps, innocents at sea,
each pair of shoes were on a path lined with
Hope, Courage & Resilience.
Reservation required as many days sold out. Book early.
Titanic Museums Gives Back with Samaritan’s Feet
In 2023, Titanic Museum Attractions will honor the children aboard the Titanic through “The Year of the Titanic Children” campaign, in which one element are children’s shoes on display. And with this special campaign, the Titanic Museums also wanted to find a way to give back to children in the communities which have supported them throughout the years.
Titanic Museums has partnered with Samaritan’s Feet to provide new shoes to children throughout Tennessee and Missouri, the home states of the two Titanic Museums. 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.
Mary Kellogg-Joslyn, President/COO and Co-Owner of the Titanic Museum Attraction, said “as we dedicate our Titanic Museums to the 135 innocent children aboard the RMS Titanic, Samaritan’s Feet International allows us to dedicate our museums to the children of today.”
Join Titanic as They Serve the Children of Today:
Your financial gifts will help provide new shoes, socks, and other items to children in need.
There were 135 children on board Titanic, with ages ranging from 9 weeks to 15 years, each with a story. The Titanic Museum mission is to shine a light on their young lives, to speak their names, and to honor their legacy. We hope you’ll join us as we honor and serve children throughout Tennessee and Missouri, together.
Announcing the Movies of Titanic
Virtual Titanic Film Day
Saturday, April 8, 2023.
For the first time anywhere, the Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson, MO & Pigeon Forge, TN will hold a virtual Titanic Film Day for two Titanic movies, announces Mary Kellogg-Joslyn, President/CCO and co-owner of the Museum Attractions.
For decades movie makers have been producing extraordinary films focused on the epic Titanic story. One has not been seen in over 75 years, until now. The films chosen for the one-day event will be available to registered guests to screen via on demand streaming Saturday, April 8th.
“L.A. Beadles”, Titanic Historian and host and creator of the podcast, Unsinkable: The Titanic Podcast, will be your host and will set up each film with an interview with the lead researcher and cast member of the film “The SIX” and with a published author and historian, about the “Titanic (1943)”.
A ticket pass for both films will be priced at $15.00. These two films will have a window for participants to view. The system will allow one viewing per film by each registered guest.
Of all the many stories told about passengers on RMS Titanic one remained a mystery – the untold story of the only Chinese on board. This documented film exposes the undercurrent of discrimination and racial barriers faced by six Chinese fishermen who survived the sinking. First release in 2020, this film has received international acclaim for its authenticity and clear-eyed look at the world in 1912. TITANIC’s James Cameron was executive producer.
This extraordinary (Nazi) film was lost to the world until it was rediscovered, restored and re-released in 2005. Filmed in the middle of World War ll by order of Hitler’s propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels, it tell the Titanic story from an anti-capitalism point of view. Banned for political controversy, praised for its elaborate sets and innovative cinematography techniques.
The Titanic (1943) movie scheduled for viewing during the Virtual Titanic Film day, while noteworthy for its historical value, does not imply a Titanic Museum Attractions endorsement for its propaganda-filled content.
Your dollars will go to the Titanic Museum Historical Foundation Organization, a 501C non-profit. Its mission is the Preservation of the Titanic Museum artifacts/research files.
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!
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!!
Call 800-381-7670 for Reservations.
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.
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
For more information, please contact us at 800-381-7670.
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.