Overall a good exhibition. I have preferred others in the past, but really enjoyed seeing where the Titanic was built.
A really interesting day out we also went to the dry dock and pump house tour so pleanty of walking involved some amazing facts to be learned Headed back into town and had a few enjoyable drinks in The Spaniard
Definitely worth a visit. Great pictures showing the history of building the Titanic, an insight into the local people who helped to build it & it's fateful journey.
this was a great experience and I had thought I would give it a go for an hour or two. However I was in the exhibition for a good 4 hours and the time flew past. I recommend this for ages 10years to 90 years. It is interactive , exciting and a great way to spend some time. Makes you... More
Visited today. Found it very interesting and informative. one of our group needed a wheel chair to get around, although they could provide the wheelchair there were no staff free to take her around. I was disappointed not to be able to see the grand staircase in reality as there was a some sort of conference meeting being held there.... More
This is a very well set out attraction and I only wished I could have spent more time there. Would recommend it to anyone travelling to Belfast. It is a must see and do.
The building is incredible. The exhibition material is excellent. The virtual room from engine room to deck is fascinating. The ride is not impressive at all. There are some great parts of the museum but a lot to take in, particularly for children. Good views of Belfast harbour. This exhibition takes hours to really appreciate it but all in all... More
Nothing bad or good to say here, really. The building is beautiful, clean, streamlined, and the guides are friendly. So in the respect of the place itself, everything is sound. However, the exhibits are somewhat misleading. The building prides itself on being a "Titanic" museum, yet, a majority of the highlights are simply because the history of Belfast's Steamboat industry.... More
The Titanic Belfast was a good place to take visitors from England and appealed to adults and children.The exhibition was interesting on that it explored not only the Titanic but shipbuilding and was done well, sobering but not overwhelming.
The tour is very good and good value with a surprise ride, may frighten small children but adults will enjoy this especially those historians! Go check it out!
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