Saturday, July 20, 2019

Photos: Titanic Museum Pigeon Forge Tennessee

A museum in Pigeon Forge dedicated to the Titanic seems a bit odd in Tennessee, as this area has nothing to do with the doomed ship. Daisy wanted to take the actual tour, but the tickets were too expensive for what I figured I experience. I will admit, it's pretty cool looking at it from the parking lot. Though it is smaller than the actual Titanic. 
 But we were able to look in the gift area. I actually really liked it. The only place I saw polar bears (Daisy's favorite) in this mountain town. 
I did think it was neat they had the blue heart necklace like the movie by James Cameron. I bet many women get this all day every day there. 

7 comments:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Yes, that necklace would be a big seller alright!

Plain Jane said...

You should have taken the tour. I've not gone but my daughter went with her school and she enjoyed it. It's got exhibits from the actual Titanic, there is an iceberg so you can see how cold it was the night the ship sank and as you enter, you get a boarding pass when the tour ends you find out if your person survived or died.

Susan Kane said...

Plain Jane is right. $$, true. But there are places and things you will never see if you don't say, OkayDaisyYouAreRight.

Al Penwasser said...

Tennessee, though. Well, no danger of running into an iceberg.
Or IS there?

Huggybear said...

You should have gone. It would have been quite an education.
Colin

Huggybear said...

Al
In Tennessee there just might be an iceberg.
There are certainly no brains in that backward hill-billy state!
Colin

Sakuranko said...

Oh very interesting darling~ this place look very cool