The Titanic-Branson turns the luxurious ship’s fateful maiden voyage into a personal matter. At the entrance, you receive your Titanic boarding pass, which bears the name, description and status of one of the passengers. As you climb the grand staircase, peer into a third-class cabin or first-class stateroom, listen to the ship’s orchestra play, or shovel coal into a huge furnace, you can’t help but seek out exhibits that relate to “you.” The experience flows from the excitement of boarding the Titanic to its tragic ending. In the exhibits chronicling the final hours, a clock measures how long you can stand keeping your hand in 28-degree water. At the end of the tour, you’ll learn the fate of the passenger whose boarding pass you carry. Plan to spend two hours on your feet. It’s worth it to pay extra for the audio tour so get the most out of the Titantic Museum, one of the best things to do in Branson. The museum is open year-round.
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