You’d think visitors to the Titanic Museum would know to steer clear of icebergs. Three people were injured when a giant ‘iceberg wall’ collapsed at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. All three were taken to a hospital for treatment. The attraction closed for the rest of the day but has since re-opened – but repairing the iceberg wall will take about a month. The boat-shaped museum includes more than 400 artifacts from the Titanic, as well as exhibits that let guest shovel coal into a boiler and experience 28-degree water.