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Iconic Titanic Violin Exhibit Extended at Branson Museum

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Titanic band leader, Wallace Hartley’s iconic Titanic violin on display at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, Mo. (photo credit: press photo)

Titanic band leader, Wallace Hartley’s iconic Titanic violin on display at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, Mo. (photo credit: press photo)

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BRANSON, Mo. (KMOX) – 18,000 fans in eleven days have seen it, now you can too at least until September 7th, 2013.

Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson has won an extension of the exclusive exhibit that features the actual violin Titanic band leader, Henry Wallace Hartley played as the Titanic slipped away.

“Interest is so high, in fact, that on many days we’re sold out,” says Titanic Museum owner John Joslyn.

The decision was granted by the caretakers of violin Henry Aldridge and Sons in London to extend the exhibit.

Joslyn calls the violin the greatest Titanic artifact discovery ever made and says he is humbled that the Branson museum is the only exhibitor in the world to be allowed to showcase it.

Because of the importance of this event, special ticketed, VIP Tours of the Wallace Hartley Violin exhibit are offered daily beginning at 8:30 a.m. These VIP admissions are limited to only 25 persons each day. Reservations are Required.

Regular admission ticket holders will begin boarding daily at 9 a.m. Suggest guests make reservations by calling our reservations department (800-381-7670) or book online.

Additional information about the Wallace Hartley Violin Exhibit at the Titanic Museum Attraction can be found online at www.titanicbranson.com or call (800) 381-7670.

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