The Titanic Branson exhibit is a great museum that has something for every member of the family. The exhibit includes interactive displays for children, historical documents and archives for adults, and a great combination of visual and audio tours for everyone to learn about this tragic event in history. The Titanic Branson exhibit is open year-round from 9am to 9pm and is a must-see for any visitors to this Missouri town.
The Titanic Museum in Branson is located in the heart of Branson’s main attractions off of Highway 165. Parking is available on-site for no charge. Adult tickets cost $22.47 plus tax, children ages 5-12 cost $10.77 plus tax, and children under 5 enter the museum for free. These ticket prices also include an audio tour, which visitors use to help guide them through the exhibits and learn more about each display. Generally, the tour takes around 2-3 hours, although guests are welcome to stay as long as they wish. To purchase tickets, visit their website at http://www.titanicattraction.com/. It is recommended that you purchase tickets online in advance of your visit because they tend to sell out, especially on weekends.
The Titanic Branson exhibit also has a retail store where souvenirs may be purchased. The retail shop includes items such as t-shirts, coffee mugs, antique porcelain dishes that replicate those on the ship, and more.