The Titanic Museum Attraction is one of two Titanic-themed museums owned by John Joslyn, who headed a 1987 expedition to Titanic's final resting place. The one depicted in this collage is located in Branson, Missouri on 76 Country Boulevard. The other is located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
The two-storey museum opened in 2006. It is shaped like the Titanic, built half-scale to the original. It is anchored in water to create the illusion of the Titanic at sea. The museum holds 400 pre-discovery artifacts in 20 galleries.
The 90-minute, self-guided tour is designed to give guests the sensation of being a passenger on Titanics 1912 maiden voyage. As we stepped through the artificial iceberg into the museum, we were given a passenger boarding ticket or a crew information card, featuring the name of an actual Titanic passenger or crew and some information about him/her. During the tour we learned the individual stories of several passengers and crew members. At the end of the tour, in the Titanic Memorial Room, we found out whether our ticketed passenger / crew member survived or perished. Though I don't remember the name, I was given a male crew member's information card who had perished in the tragedy.
The one complaint I have about the place is that they did not allow any kind of photography indoors. My personal opinion is that places that do not allow photography do not deserve to be classified as museums.
PS. The violin in the LED sign is the closest I got to taking a photo of the famous violin played by Titanic Bandmaster Wallace Hartley on the night he led the band as they played on while the ship sank. This violin was on display temporarily during our visit to the museum.
Branson, MOde Karaya Oturmuş Titanic
Titanic Müze Atraksiyonu, Titanic'in son dinlenme yerine 1987de bir sefer yöneten John Joslyne ait iki Titanic temalı müzeden biridir. Bu kolajda tasvir edilen Branson, Missouride 76 Country (Ülke) Bulvarı üzerinde yer almaktadır. Diğeri Pigeon Forge, Tennesseede bulunur.
İki katlı müze 2006 yılında açıldı. Bu Titanic şeklinde, orijinaline yarım ölçekli inşa edilmiştir. Titanicin denizde yanılsamasını yaratmak için suda demirlenmiştir. Müze 20 galeride 400 keşif öncesi eseri barındırır.
90 dakikalık, kendi kendine rehberli tur, misafirlere Titanik'in 1912 seferinde bir yolcu olma hissini vermek için tasarlanmıştır. Biz müzeye yapay buzdağından adım attığımızda bize gerçek bir Titanic yolcusu veya mürettebatının adını ve onun hakkında bazı bilgileri içeren, bir yolcu bileti ya da bir ekip bilgi kartı verildi. Tur sırasında birkaç yolcunun ve mürettebatın bireysel öykülerini öğrendik. Tur sonunda, Titanic Memorial (Anıtı) Odasında, bizim yolcu / mürettebat üyesinin hayatta mı kalmış yoksa can mı vermiş olduğunu öğrendik. Adını hatırlamıyorum ama, bana trajedide can veren bir erkek mürettebat üyesinin kartı verilmişti.
Benim bu yer hakkında tek bir şikayetim kapalı yerlerde hiçbir fotoğrafa izin verilmemesidir. Benim kişisel görüşümce fotoğrafa izin verilmeyen yerler müze olarak sınıflandırılmaya hak kazanamamışlardır.
PS. LED tabeladaki keman benim geminin battığı gece çalmaya devam eden grubun liderliğindeki Titanic bando şefi Wallace Hartleyin çaldığı ünlü kemanın bir fotoğrafını çekmeye vardığım en yakın andı. Bu keman müzeye ziyaretimiz sırasında geçici olarak sergileniyordu.
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pajaran (41787) 2013-10-01 0:37
Interesantan i dobar tekst o muzeju broda Titanik, sa datim podacima i istorijom ...
Dobar rad, lepo pokazana maketa broda i mesto.
Ostala su secanja ...
Interesting and good article on the museum ship Titanic, with the given data and history ...
Good work, beautiful model ship shown and place.
Other memories are ...
All the best.
Nicou (105947) 2013-10-01 1:37
Sueprbe vue et iamge de ce bâteau de légende avec trois belle iamge et compo quelle vue sur la coque splendide ensemble très bien vu.
Bravo et amitié
danos (78144) 2013-10-01 1:45
nice the view of this section of the Titanic Museum,in these characteristic scenes.I like the collage of the photos as the informative note about the Museum.
arnie (1015) 2013-10-01 2:37
Very interesting that they have a museum dedicated to the Titanic in Missouri & Tennessee, 2 land locked states. Good POV on the bow and side view.
Kugart (1776) 2013-10-01 7:31
For obvious reasons I have a great interest in all things Titanic as I live very near where it was built in the H&W shipyard in Belfast where there is also a newly opened museum with architecture based on the design of the bow of the ship. Love your collage here which gives an idea of scale of the ship and also the dark sky which adds to the atmosphere of this ill- fated ship. Would love a visit here.
photoray (6700) 2013-10-01 14:26
Really freaky, at least Missouri's Titanic Museum is closer to the Atlantic Ocean than the Pacific.
And your two views do it justice.
Given the identity of a deceased voyager is even freakier. Many of our museums prohibit photography, because they want to sell their own photos and souvenirs.
kato (9572) 2013-10-03 10:23
You're capturing well this museum by a good collage and excellent tone/clarity, so it's interesting and impressive to see half-scale model of Titanic. Left shows well the navigation situation at the time, and right shows well the environment surrounding the museum.
ChrisJ (91292) 2013-10-04 7:38
Merhaba Murat & greetings from Kocaeli.
Good choice of dual supporting images of the Titanic theme park which compliment and reinforce each other. Excellent color, sharpness and density. The violin is kind of appropriate for such a sad event. The path provides nice lead in lines. Odd for such a nautical themed attraction to be hundreds of miles from the sea. No chance of this one sinking! Tfs!
abmdsudi (32529) 2013-10-04 20:11
I remember seeing the original film in the cinema many years ago.. gripping stuff. Your work is always a wonderful tribute which is great cause this way it shows lives were not in vain but cherished enough to remember them. Super thoughts, like the DOF, colours and contrasts well organised together, sharp and clear. What an imagination you have and unlike the Titanic this one won't sink! Well done and tfs
ikeharel (44125) 2013-10-07 0:45
Good morning Murat,
The left-side photo is an excelent bow in view, slicing the water as a fast frigate.
Colors on the right-side pic. are vivid and well in contrast to grey sky.
jmdias (48391) 2013-11-06 23:55
I prefer the image at left only, it has a fantastic visual effect despite its fake mood. the other image is more informative. nice details and curious museum. I will add this photo to my theme (copies collection).
Miguel82 (14530) 2013-11-13 11:20
I'm surprized to discover a Titanic theme museum in Branson, Missouri Murat, there is one located in Belfast the place it was built, maybe there are many other ones around the world. Successful collage, on the left I can see the reconsitution of the iceberg striking the hull
high resolution, nice colors, all the best, have a nice evening
- Copyright: Murat Tanyel (mcmtanyel) (5321)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2013-08-04
- Categories: Transportation, Architecture
- Camera: Nikon Coolpix AW100, JPEG Normal
- Map: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): COPIES COLLECTION II [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2013-09-30 20:56