SeaCity Museum, Southampton

June 2, 2012

The city where the Titanic spent most of her life, Southampton, England will feature a brand new attraction called the SeaCity museum. Scheduled to open in April of 2012, this beautiful museum will commemorate the centennial of the sinking of the ship. Expected to attract hundreds of thousands of Titanic enthusiasts, the establishment will be […]

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Clive Palmer’s Quest to Bring Back the Luxury of the Titanic

May 15, 2012

Titanic 2: Australian Billionaire Cliver Palmer’s Vision Bigger, better, more modern, and hopefully not the subject of a future historical disaster, Titanic 2 (the ship, not the movie!) is currently in the planning stages. The man behind the project is an Australian man by the name of Clive Palmer, who intends to build a 21st […]

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Titanic Historical Society, Indian Orchard, MA

May 4, 2012

Home of one of the largest collection of Titanic artifacts, the Titanic Historical Society located in Indian Orchard, Massachusetts gives visitors a comprehensive view on the life and death of the famous vessel. History comes to life as visitors are transported to a time where the artifacts tell the lives of passengers aboard the Titanic […]

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Titanic Belfast

April 26, 2012

Belfast: Birthplace of the Titanic The 20th century brought a huge boon to the Irish city of Belfast. Thriving from its Harland and Wolfe shipyard, the largest shipyard in the world at that time, the city was at the forefront of engineering, ship building, and linen manufacturing. Visitors of the museum will begin by learning […]

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Titanic Museum, Pigeon Forge, TN

April 14, 2012

Titanic Museum, Pigeon Forge, TN Pigeon Forge, TN is a town with a population of about 5,800 that will likely see over 11 million visitors in the coming year. The reason is the new Titanic museum that recently opened in 2010. Shaped like the Titanic herself, this $25 million 30,000 square foot replica of the […]

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Where did the Titanic Sink?

April 5, 2012

The sinking of the Titanic is a historical event full of facts and shrouded in a great deal of mystery. Many tell of captain Smith receiving an iceberg warning before tragedy struck and some even believe that if the ship had met the berg head on it could have avoided sinking. Unfortunately, the truth is […]

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Titanic Museum Branson, MO

April 3, 2012

A permanent two story museum shaped like the historic Titanic, this attraction is located on Country Road 76 in Branson, Missouri. Built to 1/2 scale of the original RMS Titanic. Anchored in water to give the illusion of the Titanic at sea, the museum offers a 90 minute self-guided tour to give the guests a […]

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Titanic Movie Cast (1997)

March 13, 2012

The James Cameron blockbuster Titanic was the highest grossing film of its time (and is now in second place behind Avatar) and its depiction of the sinking ship has made the film a Hollywood classic. Contained within this film is a rich cast full of talent which supplied memorable performances. Here is a little bit […]

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Titanic Soundtrack

March 2, 2012

Released by Sony Classical on November 18, 1997, Titanic: Music From the Motion Picture is the soundtrack to the James Cameron film Titanic. Composed, conducted and orchestrated by James Horner, the soundtrack mirrored the success of the film and topped the charts in nearly two dozen territories. The soundtrack itself sold over 30 million copies […]

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Kate Winslet and the Titanic Movie

February 19, 2012

During the year of its release (1997), James Cameron’s Titanic, starring Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio, became the largest grossing film in history. The epic tale of the sinking of the massive cruise vessel in 1912 has become an iconic tragedy in history which spelled big bucks for the Hollywood blockbuster. What most people don’t […]

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Sister Ships of the Titanic

February 18, 2012

The Titanic was the second of three ships that were planned on being built as a shuttle service from Southampton to New York. Intended to be similar in design, these were engineered to be the most luxurious cruise vessels on the planet. Here is some of the history and facts behind the two White Star […]

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