Titanic Belfast, Belfast

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At Titanic Belfast, learn the story of the doomed ship in the city in which it was built. hear survivors' stories while seeing images of the ship sinking. Galleries cover photos of Belfast from the period of the ship's construction, scenes of the ship's 1911 launch, the aftermath of the tragedy, and the rediscovery of the wreck at the bottom of the Atlantic. Take a ride in a mini-car around a replica of the Titanic's rudder.The building itself is a striking addition to Belfast architecture. Its design recalls features of the Titanic, and a facade of 3,000 individual silver anodized aluminum shards evokes the iceberg that sank the ship. To visit Titanic Belfast and get the most from your holiday in Belfast, create itinerary details personal to you using our Belfast journey maker .
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  • Loved the layout of this exhibit. Easy to follow and interesting stories behind the building of the Titanic. A nice way to spend a couple of hours while in Belfast.  more »
  • Beautiful building inside and out! Exquisite detailed information that some of which was hands on. I spent about 3-4 hours here by just taking my time and reading mostly everything. There were a few s...  more »
  • We aren’t really museum people but found the Titanic exhibition fascinating. The building itself is stunning and easy to get to on public transport from the city centre (£1.60 each way). We spent well...  more »
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  • Fantastic! Wonderful member if staff got us caught up to the tour after our plane was delayed thank you . The guided tour was very informative, the guide made it fun and interesting. The museum was lovely. Very congested in places though. A bit disappointed that there were no artifacts although I appreciate how controversial that is. The Nomadic was brilliant. You could feel the luxury. Lovely to think we had been on the last remaining White Star vessel. A great weekend all round.
  • We visited this museum as part of a 12-day tour of Ireland. Great exhibits punctuated by the actual slips just outside where the Titanic and Olympic were constructed. Being part of a tour we had only 3 hours to see everything. Best tip I can offer is to skip the “ride” if the wait is longer than 10 minutes and you’re limited on time. We waited about 30 minutes for a ride that lasted just a few minutes and really doesn’t add all that much to the overall experience.
  • Had lovely time here. Our 6yo wasn't very interested in it at all except for the 6 minute ride on a cable car. He was more interested in the hunt for the hidden dolls! 8 yo liked the cable car too and the camera going around the titanic. He said it was great but too much walking! We spent about 3 and a half hours here. The building and the information provided on the tour, some from survivors, was very interesting. Lots of parking available for £2 for one hour and £3 for 2hrs, £4for 3 hrs etc. It was very warm in the building at certain points - the day was cloudy with sunny spells and pretty humid. All in all a good experience. Could do with more interactive activities for young children to encourage them to be more interested and so that parents can take a bit of time to read the info on the walls!
  • they went all out on the 'edutainment' factor with this museum, with lots of interactive displays and models. very informative museum space with a good storyline and a couple of great docents. expected to see actual bits of stuff from within the ship itself, but none to be found. some areas became choke points with people stopping to read info boards etc and this could be an issue for folks who like to peruse and move quickly. still, an amazing exhibit, well worth seeing!
  • What can I say, so many people said you must visit the Titanic Quarter of East Belfast, nothing, but nothing prepares you for the scale and how moving it was. What's there - includes Belfast Marina, Docks, Titanic Exhibition area and Film Studios (where the Game of Thrones is filmed). See the photo of the information boards to see what is there and the walking distance in minutes between each. Impossible to do all in one day! Entrance: ~ Free to the site ~ Charges for Exhibitions (see the Titanic Experience website). Tickets - if you can, book on line and print your confirmation voucher which they will quickly scan as you enter the exhibition itself. Otherwise buy your tickets there. Getting to the Titanic Quarter (East Belfast): ~ Bus, from Belfast and other areas ~ Car, there is a fee paying car park under the Titanic Experience building with lifts and escalators ~ Foot ~ Tour Bus, or one of the Hop On Hop Off Tour Busses from Belfast ~ Train (from one of the Belfast mainline Train Stations), a 10 to 15 minute walk to the Titanic Quarter Exhibitions. Accessibility - very good in most areas, diversion routes where needed Information Signs - excellent, clear and not overwhelming. Restaurants and Cafes - Cafe and Restaurant in the Titanic Experience (medium price), Pizza pub just outside (limited for veggies). The Titanic Hotel is pricier. Toilets - seek and ye shall find, includes for Disabled
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