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The tragic story of Titanic has been with us for more than 98 years. It is more than just the account of perhaps the most memorable maritime catastrophe of the 20th century. Titanic is a lasting symbol of the great age of immigration that brought the hopes and dreams of many people to our shores.
The Titanic Museum Attraction wants to promote the awareness and knowledge of the world's diverse cultures by recreating actual rooms of the Titanic and by displaying actual objects that bring to life individuals and events that have had a significant impact on human history. It is our desire to present the Titanic story in a historically accurate and reverent manner and to inspire further study and research into this event.
Teaching and learning opportunities abound as you and your students explore the World's Largest Titanic Museum Attraction. Throughout the school year, link the Titanic experience to your curriculum and reinforce your students' skills and help them develop proficiencies in areas beyond history.
This Titanic website offers various teaching ideas for your students' study opportunities:
Titanic - Illustrated History
by Don Lynch and Ken Marschall
Titanic - Fortune and Fate
by Beverly McMillian and Stan Lehrer
A Giant Cutaway Book, Inside the Titanic
by Ken Marschall
Ken Marschall's Art of Titanic
by Ken Marschall
Anatomy of the Titanic
by Tom McCluskie
1912 Facts about Titanic
by Lee W. Merideth
The Sinking of the Titanic edited
by Bruce M. Caplan
Women and Children First
by Judith B. Geller
by Dave Bryceson
Titanic Triumph and Tragedy
by John Eaton and Charles Haas
RMS Titanic, A Modelmaker's Manual
by Peter Davies-Garner
Exploring the Titanic
by Robert D. Ballard
Now you can be married on Titanic’s Grand Staircase or make a lasting impression on friends, family and business associates. Titanic has hosted many corporate events from 100 to 300 people with formal sit down dinners or progress style dinners.
Experience the tragic and heroic story of Titanic with our online Flash and Audio tours, featuring stories told by actual Titanic survivors.
Keep the memory of your Titanic visit alive or make a lasting impression on someone you love with a treasured keepsake from the Titanic Museum Attraction’s Gift Shop.
Titanic-World's Largest Museum Attraction
Ticket Information: 417/334-9500 • Toll Free: 800/381-7670
Located in the heart of Branson, 3235 76 Country Blvd & Hwy 165