As you passed on along West 76 Country Boulevard in Central Branson, MO , at first you will be tempted to stop over the wide streets full of people just around, enjoying the winter of 13 degrees freezing. Yes, the big replica of a ship facade you are about to see is the Titanic Museum actually.
As you are about to enter the museum, try to indulge yourself first with the throngs of people, all local and foreign tourists, participating in to the spectacular shows, like seeing a parade of camels, fully dressed with christmas attractions with the riders, parading. The sounds of Christmas songs in honor of the victims of the shipwreck Titanic 1900's incident are a tribute. After which, there are elaborate fireworks seen in the skies with different designs and artistry. The kids will be delighted.
As bits of snow particles are falling in your coats, the ambiance of the attractive scene are all tempting and enjoyable. Which is done during the night. The whole ship replica is decorated all around with glistening christmas lights and trails, just like in the Shepherd of the Hills Trail of Lights.
And as you enter the museum, you and your family will be amazed of the christmas spirits felt inside the museum too. Yes, even the Titanic Museum are filled with christmas lights and adorned with bits of christmas spirit decors as a sign of respect to the lost lives in the actual Titanic sinking.
You will be shown live full coverage of the sinking with the film entitled" Titanic". Your children will love the story of the film itself, and you will appreciate it so much too. While being inside the museum already, you will be shown actual and original artifacts of items retrieved from the sinking like glass and plate wares, coffee cups, clothing materials. You will also be shown of the actual list of passengers and crew who have died and survived, all inscribed on a big wall.
You will be greatly surprised as you tour the inner chamber of the ship replica where you will have the chance to see an actual iceberg sample, complete with the actual temperature at negative degrees fahrenheit coldness, all carefully preserved in the boiler. This experience is the actual coldness of the ice which ruined the lives of the ill-fated ship's passengers.Come and feel it, you will be frozen easily and tremble with the coldness!
It is a tempting sort of a feeling where you and your children will get some moral or lesson, especially on courage and faith. This marvelous Titanic Museum experience will give you and your family a very educational tour also. Your ideas about the Titanic issue is about to be revealed and thus, you will prove to the world that you have been a part of the "Titanic" itself. Be a part and relay the experience to your friends, only in Branson, MO Titanic Museum.
So many artifacts are intact, and yet so sacred. The ship captain's uniforms and the mariners are so preserved that you will begin to imagine how the ship tilted and broken into halves. The museum has very kind and accommodating staff, and they will tell stories to your kids too of the 133 children who were on board on that un-fateful day. A charming princess of the fairies is so attractive and hard to please, especially your little kids as she hugs your little kids and tell the stories of the 133 children. And the princess will let your kids wish to make their dream come true.Return to the Branson Cabins Blog Home