Sweetheart Month at the Branson Titanic

February is sweetheart month at the Branson Titanic, the perfect opportunity for you and your sweetheart to seal the deal, renew your vows or spend an exciting date night exploring the interactive Titanic Museum.

Not only is Branson’s half scale model of the Titanic a romantic location to plan a special event with your loved one, but it’s incredibly memorable as well!

During the month of February, the Titanic will also host the Unsinkable “Molly” Brown’s great grandaughter, Helen Benziger and you’ll have the chance to meet and talk with her about her life and the life of her infamous great grandmother.

So whether you’re planning a special proposal or just want to step back in history with the one you love, stop by the Branson Titanic this February and enjoy sweetheart month with your special someone.

The Branson Titanic is at 3235 W. 76 Country Blvd., across the street from the Clay Cooper Theater.

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


Have a Sleepover at the Branson Titanic

The only thing cooler than the Branson Titanic Museum is the Night At the Titanic Sleepover!

Girls ages 5-15 can experience the ship under the cover of night on January 23 from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. with a fun-filled evening of movie-watching, snacks and educational activities.

Those attending should bring their own snacks and sleeping bags. Branson Titanic staff will provide a PG rated movie, a commemorative patch and all the fun activities.

Reservations are required for this event because it sells out quickly so don’t wait to make yours!

Call the Girl Scouts of Missouri Heartland Council at 877-312-4764 ext. 1137 for reservations or more information. Girls registering without their troops are required to bring a chaperone.

For more information about the Branson Titanic Museum, please visit www.bransonshows.com.

The Titanic Museum is located at 3235 W. 76 Country Blvd. in Branson, across the road from the Clay Cooper Theatre.

Exciting Family Attractions in Branson

titanicWhile there are lots of fun, exciting events and activities in Branson as the season changes from harvest festivals to the holidays, don’t forget about the many attractions that the city has to offer! This city always has the best in family-friendly activities, so bring the kids and enjoy not only the upbeat shows but everything else too!

Enjoy an afternoon at the National Tiger Sanctuary to experience all of the excitement of seeing these beautiful big cats and more! Get up close and personal with the furry animals, with just three feet of cage between you and the critters for a great view while standing in absolute safety! Guided tours run three times a day, and they lead you past the big cats as they sleep, play, and look utterly majestic!

You can also enjoy family-fun time at Shoot for the Stars Mini Golf! Make your claim to fame as you make your way across the course – each of the 18 holes is a step toward becoming a Hollywood star! At the first hole, you’ll meet your new agent, Marty McBooster, who will stay with you along the way, dispensing hilarious advice on how to make it in Hollywood! You’ll also see famous landmarks like the Hollywood Bowl, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, the Capitol Records building, and the shops along Rodeo Drive! You’ll get lots of star-quality photo ops as you make your way toward the final golfing challenge at the Walk of Fame!

A trip to Branson wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Branson Titanic Museum! Visitors to the museum will have the opportunity to become a passenger on the giant ocean liner’s tragic maiden voyage and experience the factual past of this unforgettable moment in history! The museum, only a half-scale model of the Titanic, is large enough for many different exhibits and activities for visitors, from the Memorial Room to the Grand Staircase! This emotional journey allows guests to walk the staircase, see a first class stateroom, touch an iceberg, and look back in time through an exclusive Father Browne photographic collection! And remember, coming in 2014, there will be a new gallery showing the lives, loves, and legacy of the Titanic’s eight musicians with an epic ballad of the sea!

For more ideas about fun attractions while in the area, check out our website!