I have finally started watching the PBS Series Downton Abbey. In the first episode, the main characters hear about the tragic sinking of the Titanic. If you visit Pigeon Forge, Tennessee you can take a tour of the Titanic Museum and learn about the passengers who lived through that nightmare.

Several of my blogger friends have visited the Titanic Museum and shared their experiences.

Titanic Museum – Pigeon Forge

Recently, Ann from Ann I Am visited the Titanic Museum and shared her experience.

titanic museum

Ann and her family at the Titanic Museum

This is really an incredible museum! I have to be honest, years ago when my husband and I first saw the Titanic, we rolled our eyes and thought it was some kind of tourist trap like so many things in Pigeon Forge. At that time, we weren’t aware that it is an actual museum. Upon learning that it was a museum complete with artifacts from the Titanic, we were interested. However, neither of us expected that it would be as well done as it is. It is informative, humanistic and educational.

Read Ann’s full review here

Dawn’s Experience at the Titanic Museum

Recently, Dawn from Cheap is the New Classy visited the Titanic Museum and shared her experience.

Over 100 years ago, a tragic and rich history began at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. We all know that the Titanic tragically sunk after hitting an iceberg, thanks largely in part to Titanic the movie, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. But what do you really know about the real people that were aboard the ship? If you want personal accounts of what happened, the stories that actual survivors left behind, then there is no place better to look than the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.

Read Dawn’s full review


Have you ever visited the Titanic Museum? I’d love to hear your experiences.

Both excerpts and images used by permission.

Unknown source




  1. February 16, 2014  9:10 pm by katherine Reply

    I've been wanting to go to the titanic museum for years. I went to the one in Orlando years ago

  2. February 16, 2014  9:57 pm by Jenna Wood Reply

    I read her review not that far back0 we have the Queen Mary locally, and they do overnight stays during 'ghost' season!

  3. February 17, 2014  8:55 am by Jenn @comebackmomma Reply

    Looks like a really cool place to visit. I'm adding it to the list for family trips.

  4. February 18, 2014  10:27 pm by Dede Reply

    We've visited the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge several times. They have wonderful themed events, like the violin that was on exhibit last year. When we visited in late October this year, they were starting to get decorations out for Christmas. My daughter begs to go there--she loves to hear the stories and read the little tags on the artifacts.

  5. July 17, 2014  11:26 am by cami Reply

    This would be so interesting to see. I am putting this on my bucket list. A couple of years ago there was a titanic traveling museum in San Diego but no wanted to go except me. So never went. :(

    • August 23, 2014  4:12 pm by Dawn McAlexander Reply

      Oh no. You should have went yourself so that you could see it. Sometimes just going by yourself is fun. You can look at everything at your own pace. :)

  6. Pingback : Hidden Smoky Mountains Attractions | State By State Travel

Leave a reply


Your email address will not be published.