In 1987 - 75 years after the RMS Titanic sank -John Joslyn owner of the Titanic Museum Attraction, co-led a 6 million dollar expedition to the bottom of the sea to photograph the wreck and bring up artifacts. The team spent 44 days at sea and the expedition dove the site 32 times. Their mission was to explore the wreckage, retrieve artifacts and film the broken remains. The giant museum attractions exhibit is one of the largest permanent collections of the Titanic artifacts and memorabilia. Mr Joslyn wanted to share as closely as possible with guests what Titanic's actual passengers and crew experienced aboard the ship. Visitors can touch finely carved wooden inlays, grasp the wheel on the captain's bridge, tap out messages on the ship's wireless, and feel an iceberg's chill, stroll the decks and galleries and listen to stories told by real survivors.
"Unsinkable Molly Brown" Gallery
Opened in January 2014, The "Unsinkable Molly Brown" Gallery provides an intimate in depth insight into one of the Titanic's most famous and memorable passengers. The Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge has been appointed the guardian and caretaker of this personal artifact collection. Visitors will learn the real story, explore her life throughpersonal belongings, private papers and cherished possessions. Margart Tobin Brown aka "Unsinkable Molly Brown" earned her nickname by not only surviving the tragic sinking of the RMS Titanic, but also for her heroic efforts in helping others board life boats and evacuate the ship. She even went as far as to attempt her own rescue mission from inside her life boat. Learn about the remarkable woman's life.
Be sure to visit the Titanic Museum Store for memorable keepsakes of your visit. you can purchase toys, jewelry, collectibles, souvenirs, books DVDs apparel and much more.
-The Titanic Museum Attraction is fully accessible to the disabled and is wheelchair friendly. They have wheelchairs available and elevators that give access to the upper floor.
-Cameras and/or video are not allowed at the Museum.