Hubby and I were celebrating our 2 year wedding anniversary and decided to stop in Branson and see the Titanic Museum. We both love history and I'm a sucker for the movie. I was a little skeptical about the prices but in the end it ended up being worth every penny. We decided to do the 9:00 A.M. tour since we had our 9 month old with us and I think in total there were about 15 other people with us. It was a very nice quiet time to go. It is a "go at your own pace" kind of tour, which is also nice. They have 'Crew' members stationed all over and they are incredibly knowledgeable about everything in the museum. There are a lot of hands on activities to keep kiddos entertained as well as the adults. I think in total we spent about 3 hours just going through and reading and seeing all that the museum had to offer. At the beginning of the tour you are also handed a card with the name of a person who was actually on the Titanic, my 9 month old even got one, and at the end you find out if your person survived the sinking or not. You can also find your persons name, picture and history throughout the museum if you are lucky. Definitely plan on taking your time and not rushing through. There is so much to look and see and listen to. We are very excited to go back and see the new exhibits next year.
I will add that as other reviews have stated, no pictures are allowed of the museum. Some of the families have requested that no photos of their donated items be taken for copyright sake and it is something to be aware of. And there is signage that states so before entering. Enjoy the history and the moments in person,instead of through a phone screen.
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