Titanic Museum Attractions Awarded World Rights to Exhibit
Most Prized RMS Titanic Artifact Ever Recovered
First Public Display of Bandmaster Wallace Hartley’s RMS Titanic Violin
since its auction to an anonymous European Collector.
Going, Going, Gone for $1.7 million dollars.
Titanic Violin Limited Engagement
Branson, MO – March 7 – May 29, 2016
Pigeon Forge, TN – June 5 –August 14, 2016
June 2015, The Wallace Hartley Titanic violin commanded the highest price ever paid for an RMS Titanic artifact when it was sold at auction in October 2013 by the world’s leading Titanic auctioneers, Henry Aldridge & Son Auction House of Devizes, Wiltshire, England. Now, under exclusive arrangements with Aldridge & Sons and the secret owner they represent, this cherished violin is coming to the Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson, Missouri and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee in 2016, announces Mary Kellogg-Joslyn, co-owner of the Titanic Attractions.
Fifteen-Hundred Magical Luminaries Will Light the Way to Titanic Museum Attraction
Branson, Missouri – The corner of 76 Country Boulevard and Gretna Road in Branson will have an exciting new, nighttime glow when the Titanic Museum Attraction lights it’s entrance with more than 1,500 enchanting luminaries (festival lights) to welcome visitors to the area and to give them a picture-perfect opportunity to shoot memorable, 2014 holiday photos.