The Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge is proud to invite guests to come and experience their brand new exhibit. In honor of the extraordinary life of Margaret “Unsinkable” Brown, the new collection will consist of never before seen private artifacts and papers.
Unsinkable Molly Brown is most well-remembered for her heroic efforts in aiding the passengers of the RMS Titanic onto lifeboats, and also helping steer her own boat back to attempt a rescue mission for fellow travelers. Before boarding the Titanic, Molly Brown was a well known American socialite.
The new exhibit is set to open on January 17. Adding to the excitement, Molly Brown’s very own great granddaughter, Helen Benziger, will be making a weekend appearance at the exhibit the weekend of Valentine’s Day. During her visit, Helen will share long-standing family stories of her iconic ancestor, and help separate fact from fiction on Molly’s legendary life.
The Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge is a permanent, interactive experience that takes guests on an exciting tour through the memories and artifacts stored aboard the RMS Titanic. Displays include a replica of the stunning grand staircase, as well as a real freezing cold iceberg. Guests to the Pigeon Forge museum are each handed a card with a passenger’s name on it, and through the tour they learn the history of their passenger and what life was like on the ship.
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