How to Attend a Secret Dinner Party at the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge
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The Titanic Museum Attraction is one of Pigeon Forge’s can’t-miss destinations! Featuring full-scale re-creations of rooms on the RMS Titanic and over 400 artifacts from the actual ship, this unique museum truly brings history to life. While the Titanic Museum is quite famous in the Smoky Mountains, it has been harboring a secret that few vacationers have been privy to…until now.
Candace Davison with Delish.com recently visited the Titanic Museum to shine a spotlight on the attraction’s “secret dinner parties.” These under-the-radar events are held right on the ship and include a gourmet meal fit for first class passengers. You can get a behind-the-scenes look at one of these special dinners in the video below:
The Titanic Museum’s Secret Dining Room
Unbeknownst to most visitors, the Titanic Museum Attraction features a secret dining room that can be reserved for corporate events, family reunions, anniversary gatherings, birthday celebrations, or other large group get-togethers.
When you attend an event at the Titanic Museum, this dining room will be decked out with elegant Edwardian-style decorations, such as lavish floral arrangements, romantic candelabras, and pristine linen tablecloths. Your servers will even dress in the iconic blue and yellow uniforms worn by crew members on the RMS Titanic. With this authentic atmosphere, guests will really feel like they are aboard the world-famous ocean liner!
A First Class Meal
The Titanic Museum does not have an onsite restaurant, so meals are provided by a local catering company. Guests can choose from a variety of menus, including breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. The food served at the Titanic is sure to be familiar, as the cuisine in 1912 was not drastically different from the meals we eat today, but it definitely has a distinct old-world charm. When Candace of Delish.com dined at the Titanic Museum, her three-course meal included the following items:
- Loaded house salad
- Steak with mushroom sauce
- Grilled chicken in a white wine cream sauce
- Bacon-wrapped green beans
- Mashed potatoes with a parmesan crisp
- Mousse-filled chocolate cake with a raspberry drizzle
Candace gave her dinner at the Titanic Museum a rave review, telling viewers, “Everything is just so good. If you eat only one thing here, though, you’ve got to do the steak. It is so flavorful; that sauce just gives it a nice savory kick. It is insane. Rose [of the 1997 movie Titanic] would not be disappointed by this meal.”
Planning a Titanic Museum Dinner Party
The Titanic Museum Attraction’s dining room can be reserved by groups of 35 – 100 people. Pricing varies depending on the number of guests, catering menu, date, and time. To get a customized quote, call the Titanic Museum at 800-381-7670 and ask to speak to a Titanic Sales Executive about planning a First Class Dinner.
Get Tickets to the Titanic Museum
Whether you attend a dinner party or not, the Titanic Museum Attraction is absolutely worth a visit during your next vacation in Pigeon Forge! We recommend purchasing your tickets to the Titanic Museum in advance through Visit My Smokies. When you book with us, you’ll save $3 and get free cancellation up to a certain date. To reserve your tickets, click the green box below: