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Titanic Belfast Entrance Ticket: Titanic Visitor Experience Including SS Nomadic

Titanic Belfast Entrance Ticket: Titanic Visitor Experience Including SS Nomadic
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Duration:
2h
Taking Covid-19 safety measures
Group size:
14
Wheelchair accessible
Ticket type:
Mobile
Free cancellation
About
Titanic Belfast one of the world’s most comprehensive museums dedicated to the 1911 Titanic voyage. Book your admission online in advance to skip the ticket queues and start exploring at your own pace. Highlights include interactive exhibits, an audiovisual “ride” through the Titanic’s shipyard, and marine research displays. Your ticket also includes access to the SS Nomadic, the Titanic’s sister ship permanently docked in the Lagan River.
Know before you go
  • Duration: 2h
  • Mobile tickets accepted
  • Instant confirmation
Cancellation policy
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Highlights
  • Self-guided visit: Enjoy the exhibits at your own pace
  • Learn little-known facts and stories about the Titanic
  • Includes SS Nomadic access: Explore the Titanic’s sister ship
What to expect
Know before you go
  • Duration: 2h
  • Mobile tickets accepted
  • Instant confirmation
Cancellation policy
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Highlights
  • Self-guided visit: Enjoy the exhibits at your own pace
  • Learn little-known facts and stories about the Titanic
  • Includes SS Nomadic access: Explore the Titanic’s sister ship
What to expect
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Call the number below and use the product code: 6123TITANIC
Important information
Inclusions
  • Entrance Ticket
  • Entry/Admission - Titanic Belfast
  • Entry/Admission - SS Nomadic
Exclusions
  • Gratuities
  • Audio guide
Duration
2h
Departure details
  • Titanic, Belfast BT3, UK
Additional information
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Please note: Titanic Belfast operates on a timed entry system. This ticket has not guaranteed your entry time. On arrival, you must exchange your voucher at the manned ticket desk on the ground floor atrium where you will be given your timeslot to enter the Titanic Experience. It is strongly recommended to arrive outside the peak hours of 11.30am and 3.00pm during the months of July and August and during public holidays in order to avoid crowds and/or delays in entering the experience.
  • Last admission is 1 hour 45 minutes before closing time.
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • The SS Nomadic may be closed for private functions from time to time; in this case, your SS Nomadic ticket will be redeemable on another date of your choosing within the same calendar year
  • Audio guides are available to purchase for an extra cost on arrival
  • 2020 Opening Hours: August, 9.00am - 7.00pm (Mon-Sun); September, 10.00am - 5.00pm (Mon-Sun with last gallery entry at 3.00pm); October - December: 10am - 5.00pm (Mon, Thurs-Sunday with last gallery entry at 3.00pm) and Closed 24th - 26th December
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 14 travelers
Inclusions
  • Entrance Ticket
  • Entry/Admission - Titanic Belfast
  • Entry/Admission - SS Nomadic
Exclusions
  • Gratuities
  • Audio guide
Departure details
  • Titanic, Belfast BT3, UK
Duration
2h
Return details
  • Returns to original departure point
Additional information
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Please note: Titanic Belfast operates on a timed entry system. This ticket has not guaranteed your entry time. On arrival, you must exchange your voucher at the manned ticket desk on the ground floor atrium where you will be given your timeslot to enter the Titanic Experience. It is strongly recommended to arrive outside the peak hours of 11.30am and 3.00pm during the months of July and August and during public holidays in order to avoid crowds and/or delays in entering the experience.
  • Last admission is 1 hour 45 minutes before closing time.
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • The SS Nomadic may be closed for private functions from time to time; in this case, your SS Nomadic ticket will be redeemable on another date of your choosing within the same calendar year
  • Audio guides are available to purchase for an extra cost on arrival
  • 2020 Opening Hours: August, 9.00am - 7.00pm (Mon-Sun); September, 10.00am - 5.00pm (Mon-Sun with last gallery entry at 3.00pm); October - December: 10am - 5.00pm (Mon, Thurs-Sunday with last gallery entry at 3.00pm) and Closed 24th - 26th December
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 14 travelers
Travel safe during COVID-19
What you can expect during your visit
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
What you can expect during your visit
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Contactless payment for gratuities and add-ons
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Itinerary
  • You'll start at
    Titanic
    Belfast BT3, UK
    See address & details
  • 1
    Titanic Belfast
    Stop: 2 hours - Admission included
    See details
  • 2
    SS Nomadic
    Stop: 30 minutes - Admission included
    See details
  • You'll return to the starting point
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huntslad8
4 contributions
We spent over 4 hours here doing the exhibition and tour of SS Nomadic. There is so much information starting with Belfast's industrial past, particularly Shipbuilding. The history of Harland and Wolf and then the story of Titantic, how she was built, launched, her tragic maiden voyage and its aftermath; and finally the underwater discovery of the wreck in 1985. Great if you like history, otherwise I guess you would skip through the galleries in about 1 hour just looking at the photos. For children the highlight will be the themed ride (Disneyland style) to experience working in the shipyard. The building itself is iconic and the corners designed to represent the bow of the ship, with triangular aluminium plates representing icebergs. Creates some lovely light effects when the sun is shining and is worth visiting for its architectural merit alone. SS Nomadic is also worth visiting - but be careful, last entry is at 4pm and they are ushering people out by 4.20pm to close at 4.30pm. This is included in the Titanic exhibition ticket, so plan your time to visit, particularly if you have a timed entry in the afternoon. We visited the exhibition at 12.30pm and only got around just in time to visit SS Nomadic at 4pm - but we were reading the stories and information as we went round.
Earlier in the day we did the separate 'Discovery' walking tour which is recommended as it gives you an overview of the site and its history. Jonny our guide was very knowledgeable.
Written August 29, 2021
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Peter D
Bramhall, England, United Kingdom31 contributions
Apr 2022
Very good museum with a range of exhibits and interactive displays, but I want to launch straight into the negative aspects of our visit.

We felt there was a whole section missing: there was nothing on WHY the ship sank, which is the crux of whole thing. If there was no sinking, there’d be no museum! We know it hit an iceberg. But I was really looking forward to reading about the key sequence of events that unfolded on the fateful night, e.g. the lookout men perhaps not being very alert, the unusual weather conditions, or the fiasco over the lifeboat situation. We were disappointed there was nothing on this.

Also, for us there was a lot of background to the shipping industry in Belfast. And because this was at the beginning of the tour, it used up much of our concentration and our teenagers became bored quite early on. Granted, it needs to be seen in the wider context of Belfast city and its people, but it was quite a way into the museum before the Titanic appeared.

I see a TitanicBelfastTeam response to another review states “Titanic Belfast is a celebration of the people who built Titanic as well as a commemoration of those who lost their lives during the tragic sinking.” Well, this perhaps explains the curator’s attitude – to be more about Belfast, its people and its shipbuilding industry and less about the Titanic itself. Fine, but in that case don’t deceive visitors by describing it as ‘Titanic Experience’. Neither should the museum be a commemoration for lost lives because it was over 100 years ago. That’s just history and tragedies unfortunately happened.

The sky ride thing added to the variety. But it was all about the workers putting rivets through holes. We expected a bit more when we got on it.

Anyway, the museum IS worth a visit. Slightly jarring that it is not quite what it says on the tin. Price of a family ticket is commensurate with the quality and variety of the exhibits and the time spent there. A key tip is to skip some of the earlier exhibits if you are not fully fascinated with the ‘non-Titanic / wider background’ stuff. But go online or elsewhere if you want to find out HOW the ship sunk.
Written April 12, 2022
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Shona Conroy Tivnan
18 contributions
Myself and my friend traveled up to Belfast from Dublin for one night for a concert and wanted to visit some tourist attractions while there. Immediately we both knew we wanted to visit the Titanic and booked tickets online for a Monday morning at 10am. Anytime after 11am was booked out but we didn’t mind as we are both early birds. It was quite empty when we first arrived, while Covid wise, we felt very comfortable. We were greeted by a man called Adam at the door that gave us our tickets as we booked the audio experience. For this experience, you use your own headphones, scan a QR code and have access to all the audio clips along the way. The corresponding audio clip was stuck on the wall as a sticker with a number to ensure you don’t get lost. The experience was magnificent and the audio was amazing, otherwise it’s a lot of reading. The audio really put you in that type of mindset of being there so I would highly recommend booking that type of ticket. All aspects of the experience was incredible and completely told the story of its history, you could see examples of first, second and third class accommodation. There was modern technology devices used to portray other ships that Harland and Wolff construction and how they traveled (shipwrecked, torpedoed etc). We found the use of technology great throughout the whole experience. You could see the tour of the boat from the nooks below to the top deck. About halfway, there was a small ride which was unexpected but one of the highlights of the trip, you sat in a carriage and seen the different departments and workers throughout the Titanic’s construction. Another highlight was near the end, people gathered in a theatre like room to watch a short clip about the Titanic now, under the water when the drivers went down to film, showing all the artefacts.

Two things which we noticed during the experience which we didn’t enjoy was there was no real Covid regulations whatsoever. I understand Ireland and Northern Ireland have different rules but there was a lot of crowding around exhibits. As we had booked the 10am and as described as quiet, I can’t imagine what the later slots would be as when we were leaving there was serious crowds. The lady in the office booth was under serious stress trying to manage the amount of people as they had no bookings (you need to book online) so there was no crowd control. During the experience, people are pressing buttons and using the technology devices so a staff member should be always around ensuring the areas are clean and hygienic in relation to Covid. There was no artefacts within the Titanic as they are all still below as a mark of respect to those who have died. There’s a section where you can see the messages from the Titanic asking for assistance as they about to sink which gives a very eerie feeling as the rescuers did not save everyone.

One suggestion I have is to add a photographer at the end with a green screen of the Titanic for pictures to be purchased from the gift shop. I think it would be a gold mine! We had a great time so thank you to all the workers for allowing us have a great experience.
Written September 20, 2021
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Unicorn72
Bristol, UK160 contributions
We arrived here full of excitement which is probably why it didn’t meet up to our expectations. There were interesting facts but nothing really “new” that we didn’t know before. The ride it describes is dark because of the lighting not because of the subject and there was nothing that couldn’t have been viewed as a walkthrough. We were expecting to see a lot more of the luxury and class that the Titanic brings to mind. Probably because it was built in Belfast and there was no problem with the build the exhibition focuses much more on that aspect than the actual story. I found the self guided tour slightly confusing as there are places you can turn off in other directions and I was always unsure if we had missed something. Additionally although there are a huge number of interactive features many require huge amounts of reading meaning that you may be waiting a while to even see what the information is linked to all whilst a queue is forming behind you.

We went to a Titanic exhibition in the National Maritime Museum (Cornwall) which was much more interesting and better value for money.
Written February 23, 2022
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clive w
3 contributions
Aug 2021
Difficult to separate out as we all found the whole thing well organised and quite immersive, The building is impressive and I would recommend hiring the audio commentary to get the best out of the exhibition. Also don't think the exhibit is only inside, I highly recommend the walking around the rear of the building where the Titanic and Olympic was actually built. I would also go over to the Nomadic which is the actual tender that ferried passengers out to the ship before it left on its tragic maiden voyage. We spent about 3 hours there. There is underground parking and if you use the cafe you get a voucher reducing the cost of the parking, We took a taxi which is quite cost effective from the centre but there is cheap public transport using the "glider" in both directions.
Written August 31, 2021
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Merrowmum
Guildford, UK897 contributions
Oct 2021
This is a superbly presented experience taking you from the background of Belfast’s industrial and shipping history right through the full tragic Titanic story. There are plentiful interactive elements, with the shipyard ride in the middle being an unexpected but fun experience! I also really liked the interactive floor deck plan display and the going up through the ship film; the discovery cinema near the end is a welcome chance to sit down! But the exhibition as a whole is extremely well done in its own right and the information boards and interactive touch screen elements are all well worth reading and working through.
We had audio guides and these were definitely worth the additional £2 each, although probably not for those with children.
Allow plenty of time - we were in the main exhibit for 3 hours - and don’t forget to visit the Nomadic as well as this is included in the ticket price ( shuts quite a bit earlier than the main exhibition, takes about 30 minutes).
Written October 24, 2021
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Ian B
Stockport, UK6 contributions
Jun 2022
The building is a very impressive piece of modern architecture, which will probably still look striking in a generation's time.

The museum covers the construction of the ship in great detail.

Great expense has been spent on a ride through a simulated shipyard, but there hasn't been the same effort into a visceral experience concerning the striking of the iceberg and the subsequent sinking.

Also the exhibition section regarding the inquiries into the sinking is quite minimal.

The whole experience was not as stunning as we expected, and the exhibition does not match the excitement of the building itself.

The museum could be improved with a collection of retrieved artifacts and stories relating to the owners.
Written June 11, 2022
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Holdenbrock
Devon, UK105 contributions
Feb 2022
Very informative and well-thought out experience. We spent a good 90 minutes inside the museum and also enjoyed the docks area which really showed the vastness of the ships that were built here. Told the story not only of Titanic but also the history of shipbuilding in Belfast with a lot of local colour and stories. Quite pricey but it gave a new perspective to a story that has seemingly been told many times.
Written March 13, 2022
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Alyssa S
2 contributions
I was one of the last folks through for the day, so I had to rush a bit. I arrived at 5:20 and the museum closes at 7. You can see it all in 90 min., but I’d recommend giving yourself at least 2 hours, 3 if you really want to read everything and take your time. They’ve done a really beautiful job and combined a lot of different elements to make the entire experience really engaging in a lot of different ways. I’d recommend it to anyone. I squeezed it in to the end of my trip, as a last minute thing, so it was a wonderful surprise how interesting and moving the whole experience was. If it’s any indication, I have very few pictures from my visit; the galleries were so unique and grand in scale, it didn’t make much sense to take a photo. It truly is an experience.
Written June 27, 2022
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Nate
Wokingham, UK24 contributions
A complete and utter waste of money. The price you pay to enter is helping to cover their massive dept at putting in a theme park ride in a building that lasts as long as a a ball of candy floss in a bowl of water.

All the information gained here can be found online. Save yourself time and money, don’t come here. An absolute waste of space and time
Written March 11, 2022
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Time well spent
Every visitor to Belfast has to go here. The experience is immersive into Belfast’s rise to industrial domination
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Essential visit
The Titanic experience should be at the heart of any first time visit to Belfast. it's well thought out exhibition
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Very busy
Very interesting with lots of information and things to see - too much for a single visit. It was so busy that movi
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Multi media presentation of the building of the Titanic
Great opportunity to learn about the ship building industry in Belfast! Family friendly exhibit with a fun ride in
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The quintessential Titanic experience
An absolutely cutting edge modern Museum full of Titanic themed interactives, experiences and exhibits. It's about
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A must visit while in Belfast
A good way to spend half a day and learn more about the Titanic story and about the shipyards and people that creat
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Exceptional
Interesting, informative, so much to engage with it is exceptionally good value. A great experience for all ages
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Excellent Exhibition
I was a bit sceptical about visiting this experience but some 3 hours later I understood why it has such high ratin
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Worth Every Penny!
This was one place I definitely wanted to visit on my Ireland vacation and I'm so glad I did! I purchased the tour
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Loved it!
Our only regret was not leaving more time. We spent 4 wonderful hours here and could have stayed longer but had to
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A must visit
We visited the titanic museum in June 2022, this is a must for visitors to Belfast. It was busy, but visitors flowe
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Well Done!
The museum is well organized and very interesting. My husband and I highly recommend it. Don't miss it!
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Has Everything but the Iceberg...
This museum experience begins by immersing you in what Belfast was like in the early 1900's as the Titanic was bein
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An experience you won't forget!
TITANIC BELFAST is an experience -- an experience you won't soon forget. It starts at the very beginning -- which o
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Amazing insight into building a ship
Visited here on a cruise. We had already visited the Titanic experience in London. The museum was busy and there wa
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