*I received complimentary tickets to the Titanic Museum and Acrobats of China show in Branson, MO to facilitate my review. All thoughts are 100% honest and my own.
The Titanic Museum and Acrobats of China Branson, MO #ExploreBranson
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Go inside the Titanic for the Big Picture – Permanent, Interactive Experience
I love history and I love watching shows on the Titanic and salvaging expeditions. So, I was really excited to check out the Titanic Museum when I was in Branson, MO. When you enter the museum you are handed a boarding pass with your name, class, and a little bit about yourself. My lady was Helen Candee, an author.
The tour is a self guided tour but you have a device where you can listen about the different exhibits. I had a lot of fun walking around learning facts and seeing some of the artifacts. They also had rooms and different items pertaining to the Titanic built to scale.
At the end of the tour there is a wall with the names of all the passengers. You find your class, your person’s name, and their fate. I really enjoyed learning about both my passenger and the Titanic. You can find the museum on Facebook here.
We were also able to attend the Acrobats of China show. They were amazing! I could hardly believe how they were able to contort their bodies. Their strength was incredible. I was also surprised at how young they were! Some of their performers were 11 and 12 years old! It was highly entertaining. I recommend visiting. It’s a great show for the whole family! You can find them on Facebook and Twitter.
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Betsy Mitchell says
I loved the Titanic museum, especially bc it was hands on!