Celebrate an Edwardian Christmas at the Branson Titanic

Step back into the early 1900s and celebrate the holidays just as it would have been celebrated back then. Step through the front doors of Branson’s Titanic attraction and discover the magical Edwardian celebration that awaits you inside.

This incredible museum is completely wrapped in glittering garlands and filled with gorgeously decorated trees to the delight of visitors from all over the country.

If you haven’t had the chance to experience this incredible museum yet, the Branson Titanic is home to thousands of historic artifacts from the legendary vessel that sank on its maiden voyage in 1912 and it’s truly a mind-blowing experience.

The many interactive exhibits allow you to put yourself in the shoes of those who were actually aboard the ship when it sank. The whole experience becomes even more real when you are handed the boarding pass of a real passenger. You’ll venture through the museum not knowing if you will live or die until you reach the very last memorial room of the museum. There, you’ll gaze upon wall after wall filled with the names of those who either survived the horrific event or lost their lives that day.

The Branson Titanic attraction is one of Branson’s most fascinating educational experiences and shouldn’t be missed! Stop by this holiday season for an Edwardian Christmas celebration and an experience that your whole family will remember for years to come.

For tickets or more information, please visit www.bransonshows.com.

2 thoughts on “Celebrate an Edwardian Christmas at the Branson Titanic”

  1. I have not been to this during Christmas time, but this is so much fun and so informative as well. I would definitely love to see this again.

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