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    Titanic lore has always been a fascination of mine. When I was in highschool, my mom bought me a Titanic replica ship bell among other delightfuls. I’ve read the books and poured over pictures…so I was overjoyed when my boyfriend told me there was a Titanic museum in Pigeon Forge where we were taking our vacation. It was awesome!! All the relics and the tour guides in costume and the beautiful grand staircase replica were wonderful!…All was like a fantasy until the Captain with a voice of doom walks into the Molly Brown exhibit where me and my boyfriend were looking at a deck chair from the ship and says we all should hurry because he has a story for us…we go into the control room of the Titanic and encouraged to come as close as possible…and then he unloads a barrage of religious blowhard statements throwing in ebola for good measure…hell and damnation were in no shortage here. Then he paints a picture of his wife’s death room…all for the purpose of scaring the bejesus out of everyone in earshot…I was outraged…could not believe that a museum would be a platform for such nonsense…Everything was beautiful, but that man needs to either have a new script DEVOID of religious prattle or be fired altogether.

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    We went to the Titanic Museum over spring break with my two kids (ages 11 and13). Absolutely loved it! Amazingly the kids read almost everything on the walls…they were so interested in everything. Very much worth the money to go. Be sure to go early before it gets crowded and plan a couple of hours at least to go through it. We even paid extra for the pictures at the end. They were expensive but we loved our experience so much it was worth it for the souvenir.

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    Really enjoyed the museum itself, surpassed my expectations. However, “Captain” Lowell Lytle completely blind sided me with his over the top Jesus talk, damning our souls to hell if we did not ” find christ” because ” eternity is a long time to be wrong.” Really, at a freaking titanic museum with children present? It was extremely offensive and inconsiderate to people of other faiths and even though the museum is in the south, it is highly unacceptable to beat people over the head with your religious beliefs in a museum- a place of FACT and non denominational learning. I didn’t expect to get a lecture on “how to save my soul” at the titanic museum and I was appalled by this behavior. Beware! He also went on a rant about death that is extremely inappropriate and borderline scary for kids to hear.

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    Have been there and really enjoyed the visit, I thought it was worth the money. You can go thru at your own pace, and can get information from the staff and its enjoyable. Like anything it is age oriented, obvioulsy a 3 year old would not get anything from it. I think tweens would enjoy it , as they can read and understand the tragic event and see that these were real people who lost their lifes, not just a good Movie…. I dont think you can spend the money on about anything else in town and get as much from it…..

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    AWESOME EXPERIENCE, EXCELLENT SERVICE & FRIENDLY STAFF!!! After purchasing discounted tickets through Groupon with my cell phone, I had bad connection on my phone and could not pull up the code. After about an hour of unsuccessful attempts to load the e-tickets, the manager on duty (Beverly), graciously let us in after 9:00pm even though 9:00pm is when they stop letting people in!!!