I was one of the lucky ones to be saved. This museum is a must see. It has a lot of hands-on things going through it.
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My daughter (nine year old) and I visited this and we loved it! They do an incredible job engaging children by offering an audio tour for adults and a separate audio tour for children. My daughter listened at every single stop on the audio tour...More
Really interesting artifacts from the Titanic itself and its sister ship, the cold water, and deck steepness are also a really cool addition. However, it is a little out of place in the middle of the Midwest, and it's gargantuan building kind of contributes to...More
I have always been facinated with the Titanic and this place did not disappoint. I thought it was very cool to see all of the things that were on the Titanic and learn about the passengers that were aboard. It was a little eerie, but...More
I was so interested in this place because "Titanic" is one of my favorite movies. I just had to place as Jack and Rose for a day. The have pictures that you can get for couple to pretend to be on the Titanic, and the...More
There is no shortage of information and artifacts about the tragic sinking of the Titanic in this museum. But this attraction just seems to be lacking the one thing that would make it truly memorable. The gift shop has a nice selection and can be...More