Three Visitors at a Titanic Museum Attraction Were Injured by a Falling Iceberg and I Don't Think They Expected the Exhibit to Be Quite So Realistic

Aug 4th

The Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee allows visitors to experience life aboard the titanic with exhibits where they can feel 28-degree water, experience the sloping decks of the ship's stern as she descended, sit in an actual size lifeboat, and now get absolutely destroyed by a real iceberg.

That's gotta hurt.

In the most ironic accident of all time, three guests were taken to the hospital after the iceberg wall collapsed in the Titanic Museum Attraction. The extent of their injuries is unknown. I doubt the guests expected the Titanic experience to be quite so realistic.

The museum shared a statement on their Facebook page:

The Titanic Museum's website boasts that visitors to the attraction "learn what it was like on the RMS Titanic by experiencing it first-hand."

I don't think this is what they meant. They may want to rethink some of their wording after this incident. At least they now have a good story to tell their grandchildren.

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