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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Titanic Belfast Reviews
Fun and educational about Belfast, the Titanic and sea life. It was interactive and told about building the ship. It had lots of photos and footage. The building is beautiful and impressive. more »
Well worth a visit when in Belfast. Spent a couple of hours here but you could definitely stay longer if your really into the story of Titanic & it’s history. Lots to see & do, a good range of display... more »
Nice tech has been used in the entire museum. The souvenir shops are terrific.Overall a fantastic experience. more »
It was wonderful experience. Architecture of building itself is unique in its own way. They have covered all possible ways of exhibition. I like that shipyard cable car part and the lift there is also the one that gives you complete feeling that you are in actual working shipyard. Also that 3d video which takes you to all levels of ship from pump room to top deck is awesome and gives you complete experience of Titanic ship. Really worth visiting.
We over in England could do well from leaning from this exhibition. I’d been dying to go here for ages and was thoroughly impressed. The entire site is amazing. There’s so much to do and see it easily is a good day full to go round it all. The guides are so knowledgable and so so friendly. The guided tour was fascinating. Being in the SS nomadic was like a mini titanic and felt truly amazing to be stood on something that was part of such an iconic story. The guides on here were just as helpful too. We stood chatting for ages to a guide last hooked by all the tales she was telling about the boat and life at this site many years ago passed down by family and friends. The depth of detail that has gone into every last bit of this site in truly unique. Inside the main building the exhibitions that are laid out culminating in the ‘raising and failing cable car’ ride hidden in the centre spine of the building was just the best thing I’ve seen for an exhibition like this. If you haven’t been I strongly suggest a visit and taking advantage of the white star pass that gives access to everything. It’s well worth every single penny. Even the gift shop was amazing!
It's a lovely architectural feat with a building that evokes aspects of shipbuilding. It also benefits from standing out in the vicinity with no other tall buildings and a great riverside still to the city centre. The exhibition covers every aspect of the Titanic ship over 3 floors with lots of projected videos and displays. However unless you're a Titanic enthusiast it can feel a little long. I recommend the late saver tickets for £10 one hour before closing time... They are popular but there is enough time to get through the museum. Storage lockers are £1 in the basement (next to toilets). There are usually taxis outside. The next door hotel is worth a look too.
Amazing museum, looks small from the outside but inside its huge. Loved how they made me feel as though I was walking through the titanic in the interactive section, they had a short ride showing how the titanic was built. Lots of things to see and do like learn morse code. They even had one of the original tickets on display. Definitely worth a visit
This museum was a bit of a disappointment. I was looking forward to learning more about the Titanic and seeing some artifacts. Instead it was poorly laid out exhibit with lots of writing and videos. It was busy on the day I went and very difficult to navigate through the exhibit. There was no where to stand and read passages without being in people's way constantly. Because of the layout people got to bottlenecked in certain areas and it then it became very crammed. I also found some of the features to be quite tacky (green screen photo, ride,etc.) Overall it was quite a disappointment. I feel like it paid lip service to the story but really missed the mark on a truly educational experience. It is very high-tech but in many cases that took away from the story telling. Not to mention the ride broke down while we were on it. I would recommend skipping this museum. It wasn't worth the money or time. Walk around the outside of the museum, picture where the Titanic sat as it was built, read some stories and you will have a better and more peaceful experience than the one offered in the museum.
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