Branson’s Titanic is Cited as World’s Largest Museum, a popular website for independent world travelers, has added Branson, Missouri’s own Titanic Museum, to its list of ‘World’s Largest’ things.

Quoting the website:

“This half-scale ship has only been open since 2006, and already more than 1 million guests have walked an elegant replica of the Titanic’s Grand Staircase, and stood on the mighty ship’s bridge. Your visit begins when they hand you the boarding pass of an actual Titanic passenger, and you check out the Memorial Wall to see if they lived or died.”

If you haven’t toured Titanic: The World’s Largest Museum Attraction, then you should fit it into your next Branson visit. This attraction, interesting for all ages, offers several unique activities including opportunities to:

• Walk an elegant replica of the Titanic’s Grand Staircase
• Touch the frozen surface of an ‘iceberg’
• Feel the chill of that fateful “Starry Night”
• See the world’s largest Titanic ship’s model on display
• Stand on the mighty ship’s bridge and hear the Captain’s commands
• View life onboard, see a First Class Stateroom & Third Class cabin
• Explore world-class gallery rooms with rare historical artifacts
• Try to send an SOS signal from the ship’s wireless room
• View an exclusive exhibit of the only known interior & exterior Titanic photos

Some of the other ‘World’s Largest” notables include:
World’s largest hotel – First World Hotel, Pahang, Malaysia (6,118 rooms)
World’s largest youth hostel – Danhostel, Copenhagen, Denmark (1020 beds)
World’s largest swimming pool – San Alfonso Del Mar, Chile It covers 20 acres, is 115 feet deep at one end, and holds 66 million gallons of water.
World’s longest beach – Praia do Cassino, Brazil It stretches 152 miles.
World’s largest airport – King Fahd International Airport in Dammam, Saudi, sits on a 300 sq. mile property.
World’s largest shopping mall – South China Mall. Though it is largely unoccupied, the mall has 6.5 million square feet of retail space.

Anyway, for a BIG time, visit the Titanic Museum in Branson.


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