Attracting more than a million visitors from 128 countries since it opened in March 2012, the Titanic Belfast has quickly become one of Northern Ireland’s most popular attractions and is a must-see on your group trip to Belfast.
The Titanic Belfast tells the story of the famously ill-fated RMS Titanic and stands just steps from where the ship was designed, built, and launched. Spanning 14,000 square meters and clad with 3,000 individual aluminium panels, the museum magnificently captures both the grandeur and scale of the world’s largest, most luxurious ocean liner. Inside, the Titanic Belfast extends over nine galleries and follows the ship from its conception in the early 1900s, through its construction and launch, to its infamous journey and ultimate demise, and continuing further to the aftermath of the sinking, the wreckage discovery, and into the present day.
With special effects, full-scale reconstructions, and interactive features, the museum offers something for everyone. The kids in your group, and even the young at heart, are sure to love traveling through the sights and sounds of Belfast’s once booming ship yards in the high-tech Shipyard Ride, while filmophiles will delight in seeing a reproduction of the Grand Staircase made famous by the 1997 James Cameron film, ‘Titanic’.
The Titanic Belfast is open daily year-round, except December 24-26, and booking online can save you 5% on the price of admission. If you’re travelling in a group of 15 or more, make an advanced reservation with the museum to skip the queue and to take advantage of further discounted entry rates.
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