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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. Titanic Belfast is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Belfast Edition.
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  • We caught some late saver ticket, half price with a time to see it. He gave us time to capture the essence of what happened with the Titanic. Preferred.
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  • Visited the Titanic Belfast today and was very disappointed. First half an hour / 40 minutes was spent walking around reading about the industrial revolution in Belfast and the linen industry. Then a ...  more »
  • Visited the place with my family. We had a very good time. Kids enjoyed a lot. Lots of things to learn about the Titanic ship. A good memory-filled 3 hours in the place!  more »
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  • By far the best place to visit in Northern Ireland. Rich in history and the discovery tour was portrayed as real time of early 1900s. Hair raising facts that I didn't already know. Heartfelt stories and memories of those on the Titanic. Rob, our tour guide, was very educational and genuinely told the story of the Titanic tragedy and history with delicate care. He made us feel very welcomed to have visit not only the Titanic museum, but Belfast itself. Rob made himself available periodically the remainder of our visit as a concierge service to any questions or concerns we may have had. He went above and beyond and so glad to have met a caring and nice man. He was the heart and soul of our tour. Thank you!
  • Amazing. Brilliant. Must see. Perfection in staff and service, great food - a new iconic in Belfast. I love it! We visited with our kids - 6 and 4, even they enjoyed themselves there. There is so much to do a see....I would recommend going 1st thing in the morning...as to do it justice - it is a full day!! There is car parking underneath the building...2 cafes there - serving reasonably priced food ( they have offers ) considering how these places are normally set up to charge. Will be back again - but a MUST SEE in our opinion.
  • Had been looking forward to it. Overrated as the top attraction, left to our own devices inside, visitors wandering around without any real direction to the tour. Staff chatting loudly during the video of diving to the wreck. 7 year old did a project recently, and had expected to find new stuff....nothing here you cannot find online. Got more from the movie to be honest. Could have reproduced the interiors sections to give a sense of it's grandeur. Not worth the price.
  • Really over priced for less than thrilling. Almost zero information about the sinking (which is why it is famous). Lots of text paragraphs about Belfast and Titanic's construction (more about Britannic) and ZERO artifacts, which I was most looking forward to. Very small corner dedicated to the victims. This whole exhibit is mostly about the city of Belfast and it's ports. Not worth it. You'd get more information on the History Channel.
  • Excellent attraction, does seem a bit pricey for the normal tour so we did the 1 hour which isn't enough time in one way but we got through it quicker because we were warned so much about the time limitations. We'd had a solid few days of walking so not sure we would have managed much longer but we would have liked it and will be back. The best parts for us were the interactive elements and chatting to one of the historians there, we could have talked to him for hours (sorry we didn't get his name). Did find the cafe pricey but that's to be expected. We walked from the city centre (well Queens really) and even though it was a grey winters day it was cool to get a sense of the place.