The excitement about the Titanic museum in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee has been building for quite some time. The museum in Pigeon Forge was once covered in a large tarp that caused even more excitement and a little bit of intrigue over what the Titanic museum would be like. Now, only days away from the grand opening, many in Pigeon Forge can hardly contain their excitement.
To top off the general enthusiasm over the opening of the new Titanic ship that sits right off of the main road that links Sevierville, to Pigeon Forge, to Gatlinburg, Regis Philbin himself is coming to help christen the new ship.
The grand opening event on April 8th, 2010 will feature a guest appearance by Regis Philbin. There will also be special activities outside at the BOW of the Titanic ship for everyone to enjoy.
The Titanic ship in Pigeon Forge is a three story building that was built to be half-scale of what the original Titanic was.
Some of the exciting features of the new Pigeon Forge, Tennessee Titanic ship include:
Replica of the grand staircase
Frozen iceberg surface available for touching
SOS signaling form wireless communications room
Survivor stories told from actual lifeboats
Captain’s commands sent from ship’s bridge
First class stateroom and third class cabin both available for viewing
Historical artifacts on display
Boarding tickets that follow a real passenger’s story
Tickets can be bought by calling 1-800-381-7670
The address for the Titanic is:
2134 Parkway, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
Take a look at their website at www.titanicpigeonforge.com
We can’t wait to get an insider’s look at the new Titanic Museum. Let us know if you make it to the christening. We’d love to hear what you think of our new Pigeon Forge jewel. Oh, and of course if you’re coming you might as well stay in a cabin. Take a look around and give us a call if you would like to book one of our Pigeon Forge, Tennessee cabins.
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