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Colin Cobb delivered a superb walking tour of the most authentic parts of Titanic's short history. Stepping just a few paces from the new Titanic building, we discovered a whole world of real history. Colin was supremely generous with his time and knowledge and we...More
Very interesting the Titanics experience in Belfast, eye opening facts and special effects showing how the Titanic was made.
A very special ride where you can understand the conditions of the workers and the heavy work it was.
Also testimonials of the survivors and curios...More
My son and I were on the Discovery Tour today. Our guide's name was Rob and he kept everyone interested in the many facts he told us about Titanic. Even though we live in Belfast and know the story of Titanic pretty well, it was...More
We stayed at the Premiere Inn which is a very short walk from the museum. If your interested in the Titanic then this is a must and even if not it still holds interest very well. The guided tour includes a lot of things that...More
There wasn't much in the gift shop nor in the dry dock to see or do. Yes It was nice to see where she once stood and the wooden blocks where she stood on but that was it. There is the inside of the building...More
Went on this tour with my Husband and 9 yr old son. We took the cheaper tour option. Our tour guides name was ROB. He was BRILLIANT. We were totally engrossed in everything he was saying and the amount of knowledge he had. It was...More
I booked this tour as part of a cruise stopover in Belfast. It was a sunny day which undoubtedly helped add to the experience but the real star of the show apart from Titanic was our guide Colin Cobb. His depth of knowledge and enthusiasm...More
Hi, sorry not exactly sure. Suggest you check their website. I recommend to allow a couple of hours for the actual museum part plus any other additional activities. Example, we went onto the ferry ship currently in dry dock... More
Hi, sorry not exactly sure. Suggest you check their website. I recommend to allow a couple of hours for the actual museum part plus any other additional activities. Example, we went onto the ferry ship currently in dry dock that was the exact same ship used to transport the final passengers from Cohb in Ireland onto the Titanic before it embarked on its journey. Allow another 1-2 hours. Plus there is the outside original ship building docks to walk over. A good 3-4 hours or more depending how much you get righ into the experience. enjoy!