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Titanic Belfast
Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast

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1 Olympic Way, Queen's Road, Belfast , Northern Ireland, BT3 9DT

The Basics

Titanic Belfast is the world’s largest RMS Titanic visitor attraction, comprising nine interpretive and interactive galleries focused on the short history of the famous ship. Its exhibits fill six floors and include interactive discovery zones, full-scale reconstructions with special effects, and real-life accounts from survivors of the tragic wreck. Highlights include the Ocean Exploration Centre, with live links to modern underwater explorations, and the luxurious Titanic Banqueting Hall. All is visitable as a self-guided tour or with an audio guide (extra free), though staff are on hand throughout the exhibition to give extra information and guidance. Many travelers Belfast visit this site as part of a hop-on hop-off bus tour or with stand-alone tickets. It’s also possible to visit on a day trip from Dublin that also includes time at Giant’s Causeway.

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Titanic Belfast Experience,Giant’s Causeway, Dunluce Castle Day Trip from Dublin
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Titanic Belfast Experience,Giant’s Causeway, Dunluce Castle Day Trip from Dublin
$81.40 per adult
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Good Tour
Sean, the guide and Owen, the driver did a great job of education and enjoyment. I was fortunate enough to sit right behind Owen and got a good view of his driving skill. Sean provided good information but allowed time for silence. I particularly appreciated the "Black Taxi" part of the tour. It was a beautiful day so the scenery was spectacular especially the Giant's Causeway.
Richard_R, Jun 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in Belfast

star-5
Great experience
Debbie_J, Jul 2022
Titanic Belfast Entrance Ticket: Titanic Visitor Experience Including SS Nomadic
Staff are amazing, 3rd time visiting it never disappoints. The museum is amazing. The place itself is clean and family friendly.
star-5
Absolutely phenomenal experience
Jo_S, Jul 2022
Titanic Belfast Entrance Ticket: Titanic Visitor Experience Including SS Nomadic
The entire experience was simply wonderful! So interactive and I learnt so much, not only about the Titanic but life in Belfast too. Will definitely come back!
star-4
What a day!
Caroline_G, Jul 2022
Dublin: Giant's Causeway, Dark Hedges, Dunluce and Belfast Titanic entrance fee
The Giant’s Causeway was awesome! It would have been nice to have a little more time there as it involves quite a bit of walking. The Titanic’s museum was a delightful experience, with many special activities. More time could have definitely been spent there too.
star-5
The Northern Ireland experience day trip from Dublin
Earnest_H, Jul 2022
Dublin: Giant's Causeway, Dark Hedges, Dunluce and Belfast Titanic entrance fee
Viewing the northern Ireland coast, Dunluce castle ruins, the Giants Causeway, dark Hedges. and the Titanic museum made a full day bit very enjoyable
star-5
Awesome tour
MaryKatherine_P, Jun 2022
Belfast Day Tour From Dublin: Including Titanic Experience
Antonio was the most entertaining tour guide I have had in years. The scenery was amazing and you were given time to explore on your own or stay and hear more interesting information. A must do.
star-4
Awesome event
George_C, Jul 2022
Titanic Belfast Entrance Ticket: Titanic Visitor Experience Including SS Nomadic
Very nice, a must go for all visiting Belfast. History. Pure history of an awful accident. From the beginning to the end for a lot of people. Workers till travelers. Enjoy everyone.
star-4
Fine
Violeta_K, Jun 2022
Titanic Belfast Experience,Giant’s Causeway, Dunluce Castle Day Trip from Dublin
Description did not match what was offered by the contractor Wild Rover Tours. Guide David was awesome - very knowledgeable, entertaining, caring, organized. Nice person.
star-5
Great day trip - long day but worth it
Brendan_G, Jun 2022
Titanic Belfast Experience,Giant’s Causeway, Dunluce Castle Day Trip from Dublin
Our guide Conor was a wealth of knowledge about Irish history & culture, not just about the sites we visited. He explained the how & why of what happened that shaped what Ireland is today. He was carefully balanced in explaining "the troubles" & the peace process. Our driver Sidney navigated those narrow Irish roads with ease, so glad we didn't drive this part of our trip. Glad we went. Highly recommend. Would do it again.
star-5
BelfastMustSee
Wade_S, Jun 2022
Belfast Day Tour From Dublin: Including Titanic Experience
The Belfast experience would not be complete without the Black Taxi Tour. The Titanic exhibit was impressive and a reminder of how tragic the sinking was, but the tour is more relevant even to today's challenges between religious and political factions.
star-5
Titanic trip
Nic_M, Jul 2022
Titanic Belfast Entrance Ticket: Titanic Visitor Experience Including SS Nomadic
Very informative, well worth a visit. Lots of interesting information about Belfast city and its history not just the Titanic.
star-5
So worthwhile
Karalyn_T, Jun 2022
Dublin: Giant's Causeway, Dark Hedges, Dunluce and Belfast Titanic entrance fee
Yvonne and Marco were excellent!! Knowledgeable and safe. I enjoyed my trip so much in large part because of their professionalism and good humor.
star-5
Great tour
Sybil_O, Jun 2022
Giant's Causeway and more including Titanic Experience Ticket Tour from Belfast
Giants causeway was amazing well worth a trip. The guide was excellent, gave the history and folklore. Good communication via text and clear instructions for meeting the bus.
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Avoid entry lines by booking tickets in advance.

  • The average Titanic Belfast visitor experience takes one to three hours hours.

  • The site fully wheelchair accessible, with wheelchairs available for use if necessary.

  • Euros are accepted as payment within the complex; however, change will be given in pound sterling.

  • The galley café serves Sunday afternoon tea, and there’s a gift shop on site.

  • Standard admission includes access to the SS Nomadic, a tender to the Titanic.

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How to Get There

Titanic Belfast is located in the Titanic Quarter, about 1.5 miles (2.5 kilometers) from Belfast’s city center. With a hop-on hop-off bus tour, you can get transportation there and back from Belfast city, and see the famous ship on your own time.

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Trip ideas

Giant's Causeway Tours from Belfast

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When to Get There

The site is open daily with varying seasonal hours: 10am to 5pm October through March; 9am to 6pm in April, May, and September; and 9am to 7pm June through August. Last admission is allowed one hour and 45 minutes before closing time. The site is busiest on weekend afternoons.

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Wreckage Artifacts

The Titanic Belfast has decided not to include artifacts salvaged from the Titanic wreck site and debris field for ethical reasons. Yet the nine Titanic Experience galleries showcase many other fascinating original items, including the lunch menu that first-class passengers received on the fateful day, original launch-day tickets, and the gold pocket watch worn by Lord Pirrie, who oversaw all elements of the Titanic’s construction. Yet the pièce de résistance is the ship’s 33-foot (10-meter) longitudinal plan, the most expensive Titanic artifact ever sold at auction.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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