Museum in Pigeon Forge Honors ‘Unsinkable’ Titanic Survivor with New Exhibit

Titanic in the oceanThe Titanic attraction is prepared to welcome a new exhibit, set to open on January 17. The museum in Pigeon Forge is planning to have a special look into the life and journey of ‘Unsinkable’ Molly Brown, including never-before-seen artifacts, including Molly Brown’s cherished possessions.

Along with the great collection of original artifacts, Molly Brown’s great granddaughter, Helen Benziger, will make an appearance at the museum on the weekend of February 14-15. Benziger plans to tell stories of her heroic great grandmother.

Molly Brown earned her ‘Unsinkable’ name when she survived the sinking of the RMS Titanic. In addition, she helped save others by boarding them into lifeboats to leave the Titanic. They would row throughout the night, until another boat would arrive to take them to safety. Brown’s mission made her more than a Titanic survivor; she quickly became a Titanic hero.

Everyone will enjoy exploring the interactive Pigeon Forge attraction, while learning all of the details about the RMS Titanic. For those who are interested in learning even more about the Titanic, guests are welcome to join the Titanic’s Dive and Dine event that takes place on January 31. The museum is located at 2134 Parkway in Pigeon Forge. For questions, or to purchase tickets, you can contact the museum staff at (800) 381-7670.

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