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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  • Clearly a lot of thought and investment has gone in to this museum which is exceptionally thorough and beautifully explores the context, building and sinking of the Titanic. Tickets are pricey but it'...  more »
  • We booked our tickets on line and it was very efficient and easy to check on the machines to get our tickets. Just need to have your reference no with you and first 3 letters of the surname. We parked...  more »
  • Super interesting! High technology we discover how the Titanic, the local economy at that time was built around a visit, it immerses us even on the site at the beginning of the visit! Very good staging of the parts of the boat. Then comes the after Titanic or you see under your feet with the Giants the wreck of the baquebot screen, it is y know! In short do absolutely! Not given but it passes easily 3bonnes hours!
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  • Really enjoyed this. Loads of information and was cleverly laid out. I went with my mum who's 70 and not a great walker, but there were enough seats around for her. Lots of interaction and staff very friendly. The ride was great because you saw how it was for the ship builders. I agree with other reviews, I didn't even know that there was an audio option until I was inside the experience as we bought our tickets online. The gift shop was great (more pens for sale needed!) And reasonably priced. The coffee shop was reasonably priced too and tasty cakes! Beautiful setting and the building was stunning!
  • Absolutely excellent spot to visit. Information is detailed,but presented in a really interesting way. Lots of interactive things to try,and the ride through the old H&W shipyard is inspired,and definitely not to be missed. Well worthy of its reputation of one of the best visitor attractions around.
  • Worth a visit but not exactly the type of tour I was expecting. The exhibit exudes a tone of pride in the ship itself and on the shipbuilding prowess of the city, which I guess I wasn’t expecting, and less of a focus is put on the disaster and tragedy itself. I was expecting something more similar to 9/11 museum in New York but it is not the same at all. As I said, still worth a visit as you get good value for your money and the facilities are very well put together.
  • Went with 3 kids and they were given a sort of map to find the hidden characters in the museum. They found all of them and got a certificate in the end. The museum is amazing, you can learn from the construction and history of Belfast on that time to the sunk of the ship. There are interactive screens, a dark ride which tells about Titanic's construction, models of the ship's passenger cabins and a cinema. There is a cafe and shop and the building is beautiful. Car parking is big and affordable.
  • At Titanic Centre for an evening formal event. Great setting for a large event, which this was. The "Titanic" staircase makes a great backdrop. The meal was good however service was slow. Drink service also left a bit to be desired.

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Where to stay in Belfast

Belfast's tourist-friendly and conveniently pedestrianized city center is filled with hotels for a range of budgets. From here, you can easily explore most tourist sites on foot or by bicycle. For an authentic Belfast experience, consider booking a room at a B&B, hostel, or guesthouse. Alternatively, international brand names and boutique one-offs offer top-notch amenities. The city center also houses nightclubs and pubs, where you can enjoy an ice-cold pint and mingle with the locals.
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