The following is only my opinion. I did not receive reimbursement of any kind for my review.
I googled Mrs. Aks, and found out that her great-granddaughter lived in Knoxville at one time. Mrs. Aks gave her daughter the middle name of "Carpathia". I also found out that, while on the Carpathia, Mrs. Aks walked by a woman with a baby, and she immediately recognized it as hers. She went to the captain, who required proof. The baby had a birthmark on his chest which was confirmed, so the baby was returned to her.
I expected the Grand Staircase to be scaled to the real thing, for some reason. It was beautiful, but small. I think I expected the museum to be set up as the ship was, so that was a tad bit disappointing, too. The artifacts from the Titanic were interesting to see, but they seemed to have the same things in every room. They have one room set up so you can feel how the air felt that night, and how the water felt. There is no way that I could've survived even for 5 minutes in that water.
The Titanic Experience had interesting points to it. Would I go again? Probably not, but I am glad I went once.