Tremendous attraction. State of the art displays spread over several levels. The attached restaurant was provided excellent well priced food matched with good service. Highly recommended.
A visit to Belfast would not be complete without a visit to the birthplace of the Titanic. It is very informative and well organized.
The Titanic exhibition shows not only the building of the Titanic, but also a few other facts about Belfast. The exhibition also featured a ride! Which was amazingly cool. There were replicas of first class state rooms and third class bunks.
Just visited the Titanic Belfast today. It's a fantastic and informative tour with some surprises here and there. A must see if you are in Belfast. From the moment you enter the building there's a sense of being in a very grand place. There's a lovely cafe with a beautiful display of tasty looking food. We had lunch there and... More
5 of us recently visited the 'titanic experience' and we all agreed it was excellent and we were also very impressed with the restaurant , the staff and décor is so I keeping with the time line and the subtle touches added to our day out,would highly recommend this to anyone
A must see! But along with the self guided tour you must also purchase a ticket for the guided Discovery tour and the pump and dry dock. We had planned to just purchase the self guided tour but after speaking with the customer service agent, we decided to purchase all 3 - and SO glad we did. The guided tour... More
The 1912 Titanic disaster continues to fascinate the world a hundred years after the fact, and this is certainly a big reason why the city of Belfast built this tremendous exhibit, which even in the off-season, tourists such as myself line up to see. What I found most interesting, however, was not the actual Titanic story. We all know what... More
I've been fascinated by the story of Titanic since childhood, so I was bound to enjoy this. 10 years ago I'd been on my first visit to Belfast and was lucky to by chance meet an engineer whose grandfather had worked for Harlan & Wolf and was one of the builders, and he had taken us on a trip through... More
We visited Belfast in April specifically to visit the Titanic Exhibition. We loved it! In fact we spent the whole day at the exhibition plus several hours the next day at the Thompson Dock. From the magnificent building to the careful, innovative and detailed exhibits this was truly amazing. Not so much the story of the 'sinking' as a celebration... More
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