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Titanic Experience Cobh, Cobh

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Located at the site where 123 passengers boarded the infamous ship, Titanic Experience Cobh offers an in-depth look at the fateful departure from Queenstown on April 11, 1912. Your visit begins with an audio-visual tour of the area, which allows you to step into the shoes of passengers awaiting their trip to America. The next audio-visual tour gives you the experience of life on board the ship. This tour is a highlight for people interested in the history of the Titanic, or for anyone who wants a more personal understanding of the tragic event. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Titanic Experience Cobh and many more Cobh attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Cobh trip planner.
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  • Absolutely incredible experience! Learnt so much, Joan was a super informative and friendly guide and the tour is interactive, emotive and I highly recommend! A must do when in Cobh! 
    Absolutely incredible experience! Learnt so much, Joan was a super informative and friendly guide and the tour is interactive, emotive and I highly recommend! A must do when in Cobh!  more »
  • We loved being given details of one of the 123 passengers who embarked in Cobh, and seeing things through their eyes. The guided tour was very informative and the museum had so much information. A... 
    We loved being given details of one of the 123 passengers who embarked in Cobh, and seeing things through their eyes. The guided tour was very informative and the museum had so much information. A...  more »
  • Arrived with my daughter for the first tour of the day. The guide was opening up and happy to have us step in and wait. The experience felt personalized with a ticket for an actual passenger given at....  more
    Arrived with my daughter for the first tour of the day. The guide was opening up and happy to have us step in and wait. The experience felt personalized with a ticket for an actual passenger given at....  more »
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  • I can highly recommend the museum. Few interactive displays and knowledgeable guide made our tour very special. Prices for the tickets aren’t expensive. Beside there is a nice restaurant with fresh food and drinks for all ages 😊 Walk around Cobh was very enjoyable. Colourful houses and green areas look nice and welcoming. It’s a lovely little town full of historic places and facts.
  • This is a great little attraction. It's pretty small and you wouldn't need to spend more than an hour here. But is very informative and for such a small space they have managed to use the space well. I have visited twice, once with adults and once with a 5 year old. The 5 year old did enjoy it but she was obsessed with the Titanic at the time, even so she fairly galloped through the exhibitions. They had exhibitions especially designed for children, but at 5 years old probably a year or two too young. There was plenty of reading so the adults got more out of the experience than she did. Still I am glad I went and the 5 year said it was good too.
  • Was very excited this was on port stop on our cruise. And didn't disappoint. One of favorite Titanic museums I've been too. Part guided tour/part self-guided. Our guide was AMAZING! The building is the old White Star Line ticket office. As she told the story of the passengers that stood in that very building was a bit emotional.
  • The tour was a great addition. Upon arrival you are given a boarding pass and told who you are and what class of passenger. This is the actual place where the last passengers entered to take the small boost to the Titanic. It paints a real picture of the distance of social classes and the loss. When the tour finishes, you are directed to the museum where you can learn "your" history and whether or not you survived!
  • Only ok, a little overpriced for what it was, going from room to room watching videos with a guide. The guide was a nice young guy but with an accent that was not easy to understand even for me, the only English speaker on the tour group, also any information given there could be watched online with a translation. The only bit that couldn't was actually standing in the footsteps of the last passengers to board, but they stood on the street outside the building too, so, to me it wasn't really worth the entrance fee.

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