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Titanic Belfast Entrance Ticket: Titanic Visitor Experience Including SS Nomadic
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Titanic Belfast Entrance Ticket: Titanic Visitor Experience Including SS Nomadic

By Titanic Belfast
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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.
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Ages 0-99, max of 14 per group
Duration: 2h 30m
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Highlights
  • Book online in advance to avoid ticket lines
  • 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

  • Entrance Ticket
  • Entry/Admission - Titanic Belfast
  • Entry/Admission - SS Nomadic
What's not included
  • Gratuities
  • Audio guide


Start:
  • Titanic, Belfast BT3, UK
End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Stroller accessible
    • Service animals allowed
    • Near public transportation
    • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
    • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
    If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 6123TITANIC

    • 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 40 minutes before closing time.
    • Most travelers can participate
    • 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
    • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
    • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 14 travelers

    • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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    If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 6123TITANIC

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    • You'll start at
      Titanic
      Belfast BT3, UK
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    • 1
      Titanic Belfast
      Stop: 2 hours - Admission included
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    • 2
      SS Nomadic
      Stop: 30 minutes - Admission included
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    • You'll return to the starting point
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    • Titanic Belfast
      26,269
      Belfast, Northern Ireland
      Joined in October 2011
    • aliaS2390TD
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Most interesting and amazing place in Belfast
      Very nice and interesting and place in Belfast city in Ireland so I advise any one to visit this surprising place in Belfast
      Written May 16, 2024
    • martinrj123
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Great! A must do
      A fantastic experience. Very good museum. Taking you from the beginning of Belfast ship building to the sad ending of Titanic
      Written May 13, 2024
    • djoyce681
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Brilliant!
      Absolutely brilliant, from the way it is set out to the content and information included. Easy to navigate your way round and so interesting. Very good value for money with helpful accommodating staff.
      Written May 7, 2024
    • Kimberly L
      0 contributions
      1.0 of 5 bubbles
      Tourist crap
      I arrived with an hour and half to spare …. I came all the way from Texas to see this museum and stay at titanic hotel. What a total tourist crap like red neck Disneyland marketing gimmick . Museum closed early for no reason . Hotel thinks cranes are a “view”. It’s loud full of screaming children. You will be isolated- no restaurants within walking distance. I know the museum was crated with good thoughts but it’s utterly failed at providing the experience of the true titanic . 100 percent commercialized Disney crap. Hotel has above Disney rates. I’d never go back
      Written May 7, 2024
    • BarryandNicolaG
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Don't miss it!
      If your in Belfast what ever you do don't miss the Titanic Museum. You can easier spend 2-3 hours in the museum. It can get very busy so go early or late to try and beat the crowds. As there is so much to read there will be a build up of people reading all the info. Its clever how they start with the building of the titanic and then obviously end with the sinking. Huge car park underneath.
      Written May 6, 2024
    • tragio
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Best thing you can do in Belfast
      I think it's the best thing you can do in Belfast. Duration without the audio guide (charge 4 GBP each) was 1 hour and 15 minutes. Around 2km from city centre in a very nice route by the sea. The total experience was nice and I recommend it! Price per family of 4 at 50 GBP.
      Written May 2, 2024
    • Bomba6
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      The Titanic is worth a visit (from someone with a modicum of interest).
      I was not especially excited to visit here expecting it to be tacky and entirely touristy. It has a lot of tourists (naturally) but it isn't tacky. The building's exterior alone is worth the visit. The exhibit started somewhat slowly but became fascinating as we went along and the ending visuals were simply incredible. My focus in visiting Belfast was exclusively The Troubles, but I am so glad I was talked into including the Titanic exhibit.
      Written April 30, 2024
    • jenm22
      0 contributions
      4.0 of 5 bubbles
      Worth a visit but not the entrance price !
      This is a place that I had wanted to go to on my first visit to Belfast and it is very interesting and well laid out. Sitting in the newly created “Titanic Quarter” with the Haarland and Woolf shipyard across the road. The layout is great and there’s lots of info including a fun cable car ride that takes you done through the production process. There is a lots on how the ship was built and what it means to Belfast but not much else. There was several interactive exhibitions with people talking but it was hard to hear them telling their stories Also the writing on exhibits id not always easy to read as the lighting is low and writing small. The space itself is interesting and at times awe inspiring but I’m really not sure it is worth the £25 admission fee either
      Written April 29, 2024
    • McWarden2020
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Beautifully moving nd impressive
      We took a self-guided tour. This is a spectacular museum dedicated to the thousands of people who helped build the Titanic, as well as to those who survived and lost their lives on her. The exhibits are thoughtfully organized, respectful, and interactive. We were all genuinely impressed and moved as we toured this beautiful facility. I would highly recommend to anyone visiting Belfast.
      Written April 25, 2024
    • MaggerZ
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Utterly brilliant
      Worth every penny. Living in southampton we share a bond with belfast, but this is how the Titanic should be remembered, an absolutely stunning visitor attraction. From the growth of Belfast to the development of the yards and eventually the creation of 'that ship' Titanic belfast tells it all. I really cannot find fault...and we didn't even get to go on the 'ride ' as it had broken down
      Written April 21, 2024
    • SoaPM
      0 contributions
      4.0 of 5 bubbles
      Interesting but very busy.
      It sets the story of The Titanic in the context of Belfast at the time which is very interesting. There are very few items from the actual ship, obviously, and the ride through the recreated shipyard is very well done. The main problem is that there were too many people at the same time. Even though admission is ticketed and timed it was not possible to get to and read the information boards.
      Written April 13, 2024
    • aratelli
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Amazing!
      Great value for money: it takes you on a historic and emotional journey from the time the ship was built in Belfast to the present day of finding parts of the ship and the safety measure put in place for current cruise ships. A previous review implied the museum did not tell you about the people on the ship or the interior of the ship - it most certainly does as you go from one time period to another. We had a leisurely self guided tour and it took 2 hours. Best museum I’ve been to and I love museums!
      Written April 5, 2024
    • Hanzyr
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Interesting, unmissable experience brought to life by incredible guides.
      We booked the discovery tour and Titanic Experience. We couldn't have loved this experience any more. The exhibition and experience in itself is outstanding but what made it super special were the guides. The knowledge, experience, enthusiasm and friendliness of these incredible people make everything about this experience really come to life. Whatever you do, if you are really interested in the story of the Titanic engage in conversation and you'll find out some stories and secrets that'll make your visit really memorable. We were lucky enough to have Peter as our guide for the discovery tour who handed us over to Rob at the Nomadic we saw them later in the day as well and they went above and beyond with their stories, knowledge and experience. I mentioned it was a birthday and they went all out to make our visit special. We will definitely be returning.
      Written March 28, 2024
    • Becksybandy
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Absolutely amazing museum
      There’s no where to leave a review on the website. But just wanted to say how wonderful the museum tour was we learned so so much about a subject we thought we knew everything about but didn’t. In particular your tour guide Conor was an absolute pleasure and nothing was to much for him. He took time out to explain detail and important factors to us throughout the time we were there. He was so knowledgable and helpful and above all warm, friendly and approachable. He definitely made a difference to our experience and is a credit to the museum. Thank you for a most wonderful few hours. Highly recommend to anyone visiting Belfast.
      Written March 26, 2024
    • amywoodley10
      0 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Fantastic Experience/Museum
      We came to Belfast to watch a music festival and needed to find things to do in the daytime. We chose to go to the Titanic experience and we are so glad we did. Not to over priced, we were so surprised to read lots of information on the history of Belfast itself, which we did not expect as we assumed we were going to read about the Titanic only. Belfast has a history that myself and my husband never knew about. it was a pleasant surprise to read all this information and added to the experience as a whole. When we arrived we were greated by a lovely tour guide who helped greatly in telling us how to navigate around the experience, she was very informative and friendly. There was so much to read and see, the Titanic information was fascinating and there was actual objects from the disaster on display too. It took around 3-4hrs to walk it if you read every plaque (which you should) A great day out.
      Written March 8, 2024
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    huntslad8
    23 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    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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    Chinchitchlud
    London, UK534 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Jan 2020
    Me & my friend planned to come here while staying Belfast visiting family. We decided to make a day of it and also have the Afternoon Tea as well as visit the museum.

    We pre-booked both well in advance and are glad we did as it is very popular. We had the afternoon tea first and were really impressed with everything. All the staff we met were very professional, friendly and made us feel really comfortable and welcome. We were given a glass of Prosecco on arrival and were then offered Tea/Coffee. The waiters were more than happy to take photos and even offered without us asking which we really appreciated.

    The afternoon tea consisted of Sandwiches, Scones and Cakes. A good selection of cakes and sandwiches, it didn't look like a lot of food but we hardly touched the cakes but they were boxed up and we took them home.

    There was a live jazz band & singer playing in the background which was great and really set the scene. The grand staircase was amazing and very popular for photos!

    We then headed to start the tour, we decided to get an Audio guide each and were glad we did as the information was really interesting and helped understand the tour. The tour was lengthy and well worth the money, started from the very beginning and there was a lot of background history on Belfast which was great.

    The ride element was different and we both thought was pretty cool! We were in the tour for about 2 hours and both left impressed and full of knowledge!

    Both the Tour & Afternoon Tea were great and we recommend both!
    Written January 29, 2020
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    Evelyn C
    Dublin, Ireland4 contributions
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    Feb 2020 • Couples
    My boyfriend and I recently went to the Titan museum. I wasn’t as good as I’d hoped for but still worth going to. Fairly priced for what you get in my opinion. Staff were so friendly and helpful. We opted not to get the audio guide but I feel that was a mistake and I would recommend an audio guide. Worth going to non the less
    Written February 16, 2020
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.
    Hi there and thank you for leaving your much valued review – very much appreciated! Delighted to hear that you were impressed with our staff. We constantly review our content and keep the galleries refreshed so if ever you have recommendations about how we could have made your experience more enjoyable, please do get in touch to let us know your thoughts of what could take us to a 5*. Thanks again for the feedback - it’s always appreciated. I hope we can welcome you back some day soon.
    Written February 24, 2020
    This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.

    Ally
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    Aug 2020 • Couples
    A small amount of social distancing when entering the building and going into the exhibition. Once you are in the exhibition it is very overcrowded and there are long queues. A lot of people are not adhering to social distancing measures. Face masks are not compulsory for the amount of people inside the building. Limited staff to monitor social distancing. Was told when booking that numbers are being limited but the exhibition seemed very over crowded.

    For the price of the exhibition and for what you get for the price paid, not impressed.

    When complaining staff seem to have the same standard response and actually nothing seems to be being done about the issues or complaints.
    Written August 3, 2020
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    Michael Green
    Staverton, UK38 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Aug 2022
    With an interest in Titanic that stretches back to when I was a child in the 1970s, this is a museum I have wanted to visit for a very long time.

    The museum is stunning from the outside and is, in itself, a work of art and beauty. As a photographer, I wanted to take photos of it illuminated at sunset and it did not disappoint.

    The day before I visited the interior of the museum I called into the gift shop to purchase the official souvenir book. For some unknown reason the English language version was only available in softback yet the many different language versions were available as hardback (admittedly for £2 more). I asked in the shop if they had any English hardback books available, but they did not. I bought the book in advance of my visit primarily to make sure that I did not miss anything in the museum. The book shows many photos of Titanic and Belfast but very view artifacts directly associated with the great ship.

    The following day I went to the museum and found that the majority of the exhibition is photos with lots of small text under them. The first few rooms were very crowded as people struggled to read the incredible amount of text panels. There are a few recreations such as the full size replica of one of the lifeboats and there are a few highlights such as the launch ticket from 1911 and the menu from the 14th April 1912. I queued for around 15 mins to go on the museum's Titanic ride which was OK but told me little.

    I knew in advance that the museum did not have any artifacts which had been taken off the sea-bed. The museum say that is for 'ethical' reasons, though I suspect it may be to do with cost. The museum would certainly be much better if they had some artifacts from the thousands of items that have been taken off the seabed.

    The best exhibition I have ever seen in my life was the Titanic artifacts exhibition at the Maritime Museum in London in the late 1990s. I wasn't disappointed that Belfast didn't have those type of items, but I did expect them to have much more 'original' content than they did.

    The visit to the Nomadic was interesting and is included in the admission price for the Titanic Belfast museum.

    Overall, I had high hopes for the museum but I was slightly disappointed at what they had to offer. I am pleased that I have finally got to visit it, but just think that a great building, which is a sort of monument to the most famous ship in history, should have better content than they do.
    Written September 2, 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews as part of our industry-leading trust & safety standards. Read our transparency report to learn more.
    Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback about your recent visit to Titanic Belfast. We greatly value and appreciate all feedback received from our customers to help us improve the product and services that we offer so please be assured your comments will be taken into consideration going forward. If you would like to contact us with any further suggestions or recommendations about how we could have made your experience more enjoyable, please do so via http://bit.ly/TitanicBelfastContact.
    Written September 6, 2022
    This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.

    Ludmila A
    6 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Mar 2020 • Friends
    I had opportunity to visit the museum with my sis, and we loved all experience of the Titanic history at the museum plus after we enjoyed it we went to see the SS Nomadic ship which was included on the ticket price bought it. We recommend to anyone & staff are friendly & approachable. Priceless 👏🏽👌🏽😍💜
    Written March 8, 2020
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    clive w
    3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    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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    Chris R
    Eltham, Australia94 contributions
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    Aug 2022
    After hearing such great things about Titanic Belfast, we made a detour during our recent trip to Ireland from Australia. We were sadly very disappointed.

    Despite the recommendation to purchase a ticket for a specific timeslot and to arrive promptly – both of which we adhered to – it was sad to see that absolutely no attempt was made to limit or regulate the volume of visitors. The crowds were simply overwhelming. In order to view the numerous exhibits, it was necessary to join an excruciatingly slow queue and to deal with constant jostling.

    At times the atmosphere was quite claustrophobic, and this was not helped by the design of the building which had many tight corners which were simply not accessible due to the volume of people present. Perhaps even more concerning was the fact that exit signs were poorly marked and COVID protocols seemingly non-existent. There were very few staff on duty and those that we did see looked rather bewildered and confused.

    The admission price was not insignificant and having made a special point of visiting Belfast for this much publicized experience we felt very deflated by the apparent disproportionate focus on revenue raising at the expense of customer experience.
    Written August 20, 2022
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    Thank you for taking the time to leave your feedback. I am sorry to hear that you felt the Titanic Experience was overcrowded during your visit. Please be assured that the safety of our customers and staff is of the utmost importance to us and measures are in place to manage visitor flow including advance booking, controlled timeslots and capped capacities, as well as signage to encourage guests to be mindful of giving others the space they need post-pandemic. We greatly value and appreciate all feedback received from our customers to help us improve and will closely monitor operations and make changes to ensure our guests feel safe and leave Titanic Belfast having had a positive experience. Thank you again for your feedback.
    Written August 21, 2022
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    Shona Conroy Tivnan
    37 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    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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    andrew t
    Isle of Portland, UK92 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Jul 2022
    Had a visit to the Titanic Experience including SS Nomadic Belfast July 2022 whilst visiting Belfast on the Bolette cruise ship , well worth a visit and would highly recommend , but just to give a tip if you havent pre booked.. don,t by tickets on line or direct at the museum instead cruise shuttle buses take you to the center of Belfast and stop right outside the Belfast tourist center opposite the town hall , there you can by tickets at a fraction of the price £17.50 OAP....£21.50 adult.. with a taxi rank right outside cost £5 to the museum , independent travelers likewise otherwise at the venue £45 entrance .
    just a heads up ..tour takes around 3hrs .
    Written July 19, 2022
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