Branson’s Titanic Museum Set to Showcase Work of Local Artist!

Throughout July, come to the Titanic Museum in Branson and admire the beautiful art work of local artist Rachel Wilson, who has pieced together amazing sculptures of horses to create this wonderful free event. Created from hedge-wood sticks, these six life-like horses are located on site at the Titanic Branson. Each “horse” has its own story to tell and even a name. These sculptures truly stunning and are sure to amaze the whole family.

After you are finished admiring the life-like horses grazing in the grass, visit the museum which is filled with actual pieces from Titanic and even a stunning re-creation of the Grand Staircase. As you enter the museum, you will receive a boarding pass with the name of an actual passenger from the Titanic. As you tour the museum, enjoy hundreds of items and several educational interactive activities. Don’t miss this fabulous opportunity to see great art and fantastic history at the Titanic Branson.

The Titanic Branson is the world’s largest museum attraction of its kind and it’s sure to be filled with great history and a memorable experience for the entire family. Along with visiting the Branson Titanic, browse through other activities and hotels in the Branson area to top off your trip.

7 thoughts on “Branson’s Titanic Museum Set to Showcase Work of Local Artist!”

  1. It seems like there is always new facts to learn about regarding the Titanic. I’m glad they’re adding a bit of artistry to the mix…plus the event is free!

  2. I heard that the inside of the museum looks exactly like the main stairway on the actual ship! Guess I’m going to have to find out myself!

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