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Titanic Belfast Tickets and Tours

Visit The World's Leading Tourist Attraction 2016!

Titanic Belfast is the must see attraction on any visit to Belfast. It was opened to the public on 31st May 2012, exactly one hundred years after the RMS Titanic embarked on her fateful maiden voyage. It has been built in the area where these impressive liners were constructed by the famous ship building company Harland and Wolff. You will see the iconic H&W yellow cranes on your visit to the Titanic quarter - an impressive legacy of this once thriving industry.Titanic Belfast is a six-floor building featuring nine interpretive and interactive galleries exploring the sights, sounds, and stories of the RMS Titanic, along with the people who made her.The SS Nomadic was a tender ship to larger vessels like the Titanic. It is the biggest surviving Titanic related artefact in the world.

Why not indulge in Afternoon Tea at The Europa Hotel during your visit to Belfast. 


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Titanic Belfast and SS Nomadic

This ticket gives you access to The Titanic Experience,  a self-guided tour of the award winning exhibition at Titanic Belfast. You will also have access to the SS Nomadic, the original tender ship to the RMS Titanic which now sits in the Hamilton dry docks in front of Titanic Belfast. This package is the perfect way to soak up the incredible maritime history of Belfast. Your SS Nomadic Ticket is valid on the day of your Titanic Belfast visit and the day after.

The self-guided Titanic Experience Tour takes approximately 1.30 - 2 hours and the guided tour of the SS Nomadic takes 30 minutes. Your ticket for the Nomadic is valid on the day of your Titanic Belfast visit and the following day.

Titanic Experience Belfast + SS Nomadic

Discover what it was like to board the RMS Titanic on her fateful maiden voyage with a visit to Titanic Belfast and the SS Nomadic.
Be in awe of the building as it was built to the same gigantic scale as the RMS Titanic. This exhibition is informative and interactive, making it fun, engaging and accessible for everyone. The adventure begins the moment you walk into the building’s giant atrium, surrounded by the four ‘hull’ shaped sections which house the experience. As you wander up through Titanic Belfast, you’ll learn about Belfast at the turn of the century and experience a thrilling ride through the reconstruction of the shipyards and the Titanic under construction. Discover the stories of the passengers, the crew and the heroes of the day; relive the tragic end to Titanic’s maiden voyage, and visit the wreck at her resting place on the floor of the Atlantic. Enjoy breath-taking views to the slip-ways where the Titanic was launched and relax in one of the superb catering outlets.

The SS Nomadic is located in the Hamilton Dry Dock adjacent to Titanic Belfast. Not only is she famous for being the tender ship to the RMS Titanic, but she also served in World War I and II. Visitors can walk in the footsteps of Titanic Passengers and soldiers and celebrities such as Charlie Chaplin, Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and Marie Curie. Following a stint as a Parisian restaurant and nightclub, the SS Nomadic was restored to her original glory and came back home to Belfast. Visitors can now experience a rich, tangible and authentic piece of Belfast's industrial and maritime heritage.


Titanic Experience Belfast + SS Nomadic

The Titanic Experience is located in the Titanic Quarter

By Car: Vehicles approaching Belfast on the M1 or M2 should follow the signs to Belfast City Airport M3, taking the first exit for Titanic Quarter. There are 520 secure, underground parking spaces at Titanic Belfast. Parking charges are £1.50 for the first hour and £1 per hour there after. 

By Train: Please get off the train at the Titanic Quarter Station. There is pedestrian access via a footbridge - follow the signs to Titanic Belfast. Walking time approx. 15 minutes from the station.

By Bus:  Metro services 26,26B, 26C, and Airport Express 600A/600B. Metro services depart from city centre (Wellington Place - Service D Journey Time aprox. 10 minutes from city centre.

By foot: Titanic Belfast is 2.4km (1.5 miles) away from Belfast city centre (Donegall Square) a pleasant 25-30 minute walk through the old Cathedral Quarter and across the river Lagan. 

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Enjoy the Maritime History of Belfast. Immerse yourself in 1912 industrial Belfast and experience how the titanic was created, her maiden voyage and the tragic fate of the ship deemed to be 'unsinkable'.