Titanic Belfast

Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
  • Address: 1 Olympic Way, Belfast, County Antrim BT3 9EP, United Kingdom
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +44-2890766386
  • Ticket Price: 16 GBP
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Family And Kids, Exhibition
  • Titanic Belfast is one of the most reputed attractions in the city of Belfast. The museum houses nine galleries in a six storied building. 

  • Children 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

  • Adult: £15.50
  • Child (5-16): £7.25
  • Child (under 5): Free
  • Family Pack (2 adults, 2 children): £39.00
  • Essential Carer: Free
  • Student/Unemployed: £11.00
  • Senior (60+) (Mon-Fri): £11.00
  • Senior (60+) (Sat -Sun): £13.00
  • School/ Education group £6.50
  • Group at Door (15+) £14.00

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  • Titanic Belfast Address: 1 Olympic Way, Belfast, County Antrim BT3 9EP, United Kingdom
  • Titanic Belfast Contact Number: +44-2890766386
  • Titanic Belfast Timing: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Titanic Belfast Price: 16 GBP
  • Best time to visit Titanic Belfast(preferred time): 10:00 am - 03:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Titanic Belfast: 03:00 Hrs
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  • 93.62% of people who visit Belfast include Titanic Belfast in their plan

  • 63.28% of people start their Titanic Belfast visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Titanic Belfast

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

92.14% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Titanic Belfast

People normally club together Shankill Road and SS Nomadic while planning their visit to Titanic Belfast.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • Great experience... The conceptualization for this facility was well-thought-out and has something for everybody. Old photos from the past mixed with new technology - audio/visual mastery mix together to tell the story of this great shipyard, like no documentary on TV could ever do. A short ride inside the facility actually guides you through the building-process of the Titanic and as you come to the part of the ride where men pounded large steel rivets into girders and steel plates, you can actually feel the heat and experience what hot rivets might have felt like, when working with them more than 100 years ago. Inside this amazing building are also full-size representations of the cabins for First Class passengers on down to second class and the lowest fee passengers. The entire experience from the bottom floor to the top provides a very good look at what the massive scale of planning and building the Titanic was all about. Two food courts are on the ground floor and my wife and I had fish and chips at the facility nearest the side to the place where the keel was laid for the Titanic. The food was good, the line was quick and soon we were on our way outside. To stand in the actual spot where the keel was laid (a plaque marks the spot) and to gaze upon the incredible length of the area where the Titanic was built, conjures up images of all the departed souls who not only built the ship, but whom perished in the seas only days after she left on her maiden voyage. When I first saw the online images of the new building that was constructed to house the exhibits, my first thought was "what an ugly monstrosity" but to actually come around the corner from where our hop-on, hop-off" bus dropped us, and see this gleaming building do you really then sense the brilliance of the design. It is magnificent in every way imaginable. Photos can’t do the building justice, like being on the ground in person and witnessing this impressive structure. Great tour, wonderful experience and I'm glad I traveled all the way from Texas to Belfast to see this.

  • One of the best museums I have ever visited. Will teach you everything there is to know about the construction and the eventual faith of the Titanic, as well as the vast industrial age of Belfast. The building itself is absolutely stunning and is packed with interesting and interactive activities. Is a very modern museum which is suitable for people of all ages. Definitely worth visiting when in Belfast.

  • This museum is an absolute joy to walk around. It is worth every penny and should be top of your list when on Belfast. The level of detail over every part of the creation of the ship is amazing. It takes you through not just the glamour but also the end, investigations, interpretations and the dives that bought so much insight. I will definitely visit it again next time I’m in Belfast.

  • Great day out. All the best the North of our little island can offer. Friendly, warm and helpful staff. Informative and interesting exhibition. We went with people with special needs and the staff couldn't have been more helpful. The White Star pass is good value, though, in my opinion, the visit to the Nomadic was the weak point in the day. The walking tour is well worth doing. It gives relevance to the building, the markings on the slipways and the memorial park. Overall, I would say it's a must if in the area and, at less than 2 hours drive from Dublin, it makes a wonderful day out from the capital.

  • Beautiful place . Not too busy. Many hot and beautiful guys. The store didn’t have too much nice things for buy. The staffs were nice and friendly. I nice for you know about Ireland. You can have fun and enjoy. If you go to Belfast need go to Titanic Belfast. You should go walking for enjoy the city too.

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