Discover the 133 Children Stories of Titanic Branson

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The First and Only World Tribute to Titanic’s Littlest Heroes

Exhibit opens January 18, 2013 at the Titanic Branson attraction.

The RMS Titanic sailed with 2,208 people on board – 133 of them were children. These were Titanic’s littlest heroes. What they saw, heard and felt from the moment they boarded the ship has been documented and visualized for the first time anywhere by the Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson, Missouri and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. This year-long, exclusive exhibit is a celebration of The Children of Titanic whose bravery, innocence and faith can be an inspiration to us all.

I can only imagine the anticipation, anxiety and exhilaration of these kids!

For more information, please contact the Titanic Museum attraction at 800-381-7670.

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Comments

  1. Sounds like such an interesting exhibit.  I love learning about the Titanic.

  2. I wonder if they'll be taking this show on the road. If it came to my area I'd check it out. I never thought about it from a child's perspective. Hmm…something to ponder.

  3. I'm sure it will be a great attraction to see. I saw an overall Titanic exhibit and it was downright creepy. They had a few things in a normal showcase, but then each person traveled down an elevator complete w/blue underwater like lighting and clanking noises that you'd hear on a sinking ship. {I could have done w/o that personally} Then the rest of the exhibit was filled w/items underground in blue lighting and some were still in water to preserve them. Chilling yet fascinating at the same time. Certainly won't forget it! 

  4. Rachel, that sounds traumatic!
    I wondered what exactly this exhibit will have. 

  5. This sounds like a unique perspective. I'd love to visit.

  6. natalie parvis says:

    Wow. I would love to visit and see this perspective of the whole ordeal.

  7. We had seen a Titanic event and show here near where we live. It was so so crowded we had to wait in line a good length of time . It was wonderful tho I loved it. It was like you were actually there. Well worth seeing.

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