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Drifting down the streets of Williamstown are the tunes and sounds that resonated vibrantly during the early 20th-century. The notes harken pedestrians back to 1912, when the Titanic made its disastrous voyage across the Atlantic.
The sounds of an era emanate from the Titanic Theatre Restaurant. The restaurant was constructed in the likeness of the famed vessel. To get inside, visitors are ushered through two main entrances—the White Star Line entrance near a small Statue of Liberty reproduction, and a side door for steerage entry. The dining hall inside the restaurant replicates the interior of Titanic’s Grand Dining Room.
One of the more prominent features of the restaurant are the reproductions of the Titanic’s iconic four funnels. The Titanic Theatre Restaurant hosts weekly shows and private dinner parties that remain true to the period, from decorative elements to the style of dress.