Spend the Holidays At the Titanic Edwardian Christmas Celebration

What better way to spend the holidays than by traveling back to 1912 when the incredible RMS Titanic was deemed the unsinkable ship.

The Branson Titanic will be lit up with the warm glow of Christmas, completely adorned in beautiful, thick garlands, sparkling lights and lush evergreens.

Venture through the museum and study the artifacts, touch a real iceberg, steer the ship, learn how to send an SOS signal and so much more.

New to 2014, is an exhibit honoring the eight musicians aboard the Titanic for their bravery, courage and self-sacrifice. It’s truly a touching exhibit and it even features a beautiful baby grand piano.

The kids zone is a great interactive area where you and the kids will be able to experience everything from a first hand perspective. See how long you can keep your hand in a bowl of cold water that’s the same temperature of the icy water the night the Titanic sank. Try your best to walk up the steep, sloping incline of the ship’s deck as it was just before it was completely swallowed by the sea. Or take a seat in one of the life-sized lifeboats that was only able to rescue about a third of the ship’s occupants.

Once you reach the grand staircase you’ll stand in awe as it glows with Christmas cheer, reflecting the architecture of the early 1900s and what it would have been like to be aboard the Titanic during the holiday season back during the Edwardian period.

The Titanic Edwardian Christmas Celebration is an event that just can’t be missed, so get your tickets to the Branson Titanic today and celebrate the holiday season, Edwardian style.

For tickets or more information, click here.

 

 

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