Titanic Museum Belfast
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Titanic Museum Belfast
Discover the fascinating history of one of the world’s most famous ships at the Titanic Museum Belfast!
Voted The World's Leading Tourist Attraction 2016 in the World Travel Awards, the Titanic Museum is located in the heart of Belfast, right where the ship was constructed.
This unique journey follows the Titanic’s dramatic story, from conception and creation to her launch and famous maiden voyage.
Don't miss the World’s Biggest Titanic Visitor Experience!
The adventure begins from the moment you walk through the doors and are greeted by four hull-shaped wings that enclose the Titanic experience.
Explore the centre’s state-of-the-art interactive exhibition, made up of 9 galleries which each give a unique insight into different parts of the ship’s history.
Discover what it was like to live in Belfast at the turn of a century when the ship was made and see dramatic presentations of the shipyards as the Titanic was being built. You’ll even have the opportunity to view the slipways where the Titanic was launched!
The Titanic’s maiden voyage is then brought to life through stories from passengers and crew who were aboard the ship during its ill-fated journey. Relive the events that surround her tragic end, and visit the wreck where it now rests at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.
The building also houses a number of cafes and restaurants where you can relax and grab a bite to eat throughout your visit. Don’t forget to visit the Gift Shop for a range of souvenirs to help remember your day!
The Ocean Exploration Centre at the Titanic Museum Belfast
The Titanic Museum Belfast is also home to the Ocean Exploration Centre.
Here you’ll have the opportunity to travel right to the bottom of the ocean and see live links to contemporary sea explorations happening around the World today!
FREE entry to the SS Nomadic
Docked next to Titanic Belfast is the SS Nomadic - the largest Titanic artefact in the world and the last remaining White Star Line vessel!
Please Note: The SS Nomadic will be closed on the following dates: 7th October, 13th October, 21st October, 11th November and 31st December 2017. If you are planning to visit on any of these dates your ticket will be valid to return to the SS Nomadic only for 1 year.
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The Titanic Museum Belfast is open daily all year round, excluding the 24th to the 26th December.
- October – March: 10am – 5pm (last admission 3.15pm)
- April – May: 9am – 6pm (last admission 4.15pm)
- June – July: 9am – 7pm (last admission 5.15pm)
- August: 9am – 8pm (last admission 6.15pm)
- September: 9am – 6pm (last admission 4.15pm)
- Closed: December 24, December 25 and December 26.
SS Nomadic Opening Times:
- April, May and September: 10am – 6pm (last admission 5.30pm)
- June, July and August: 10am – 7pm (last admission 6.30pm)
- October to March: 10am – 5pm (last admission 4.30pm)
Titanic Belfast, 1 Olympic Way, Queen’s Road, Titanic Quarter, Belfast, N. Ireland, BT3 9EP.
Please allow a minimum of 2 hours to fully explore the Titanic Belfast plus an additional 30 mins to 1.5 hours for a visit to the SS Nomadic
- Food and drink
- Please note that audio guides are available in a range of languages for an additional £3.00.
Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult.
The Titanic Museum is located at 1 Olympic Way, Queen’s Road, Titanic Quarter, Belfast, N. Ireland, BT3 9EP.
It is easily accessible from Belfast City Centre by car and public transport.
The nearest train station is the Titanic Quarter, which is approximately a 15 minute walk from the Titanic Museum Belfast.