TITANIC’S DADDY-DAUGHTER “PRINCESS” DATE NIGHT!

Titanic’s Daddy-Daughter “Princess” Date Night!
Enjoy a magical evening with your own little princess

When: Saturday, January 26, 2019.
Where: Titanic Branson
Cost: $40 per couple.

Reservations Required. 800-381-7670

Dads, also known as “Prince Charming’s,” are invited to escort their daughter to this year’s “Princess Date Night” at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, MO.

Your little “princess” will experience a night filled with special memories as the two of you explore the wonders of the ship together. “Princess Date Night” includes ship’s tour, yummy dessert & drink, plus a Titanic flashlight to guide your way, and a personal keepsake photo to remind you of a special night that belonged to you alone.

Princesses and Prince Charming Dads are encouraged to appear in royal attire befitting the occasion. Photo opportunities will be available to capture your magical moments.

Titanic’s Daddy-Daughter “Princess Date Night” is designed to nurture the bond between dads and daughters in a safe and happy way.

To reserve your tickets, please call 800-381-7670.
Reservations Required – Space is limited – No tickets sold at the door

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WORLD EXCLUSIVE – RMS TITANIC LIFEJACKETS

2019 World Exclusive
The World’s Largest Collection of Last Remaining RMS Titanic Lifejackets Ever Seen.

A new Dimension in “Living Titanic Exhibits” at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, MO.

For the first and only time, the largest assemblage of remaining RMS Titanic Lifejackets will be on exclusive display March through June 15, 2019 at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, Missouri, announces President, COO and Co-Owner, Mary Kellogg-Joslyn.

This is a stunning, world exclusive exhibit we’re extremely proud to bring to Branson and to millions of our Titanic followers,” says Kellogg-Joslyn. “There are only 12 KNOWN Titanic lifejackets left in the world. For the first time anywhere, 7 of these priceless artifacts will be here at the Titanic Museum Attraction. These jackets gave hope to the helpless, and what stories they could tell. During this rare event, our Titanic crew will speak for them.”

  • There were enough lifejackets to protect the 2,208 passenger/crew on board Titanic…but not enough lifeboats to save them all.
  • Lifejackets were made of hard cork and canvas, proving dangerous for many forced to jump into the water
  • A life boat drill was never held.

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For more information, please contact us at 800-381-7670.

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