Irish Month at Titanic
March is Irish Month at Titanic Museum Attraction. All month long we will be celebrating the people, the culture, and the history of the country that built the Titanic.
Every year, Titanic Museum Attraction explores the culture of Ireland, with Irish stories, music, humor, and dancing. This popular event brings out the Irish in everyone.
Titanic Museum Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is located on the main Parkway. Hours are from 9AM to 5PM. Admission is $20.68 per person. Children 5-12 are $10.77, and children under five years of age are free. Group passes are available.
For more information call 1 (800) 381-7670.
The Titanic Museum Attraction lets you experience what it was like aboard the Titanic. Visitors get to feel what it was like to walk down the hallways, cabins, and even the Grand Staircase of the Titanic. Touch a real iceberg, put your hands into twenty-eight degree water, and check out over four hundred personal artifacts from Titanic passengers. This personal collection is worth over four and a half million dollars. Some of these items are shown for the first time. The Titanic was built in Belfast, Ireland in 1911.
Enter the Titanic Memorial Room and read over two thousand names of passengers and crew who were aboard the Titanic. Take a self-guided tour and see the Grand Staircase, the heart of the Titanic. The beautiful glass dome illuminates the room where many guests made their appearance on the Titanic.
From March 1 through March 30, Titanic Museum Attraction will have Irish month. Here we will have live Irish music, Irish step dancing, storytellers, and comics from Ireland. All month long we will explore Irish history and culture. Explore your Irish roots with genealogy experts. Maybe one of your relatives was on the Titanic. Titanic Museum Attraction will celebrate Ireland, the country that built the Titanic.