I would thoroughly recommend taking in the Titanic Walking Tour which leaves at 11am, 1pm and 3pm from outside the new museum (just by the big Titanic sign).
Our guide Helen was delightful, very friendly and knowledgeable, she came across as really enjoying her job. Only 3 of us were on this tour which in some ways was a shame as the tour deserves more but at the same time made it a personal experience.
The tour is a fascinating insight into the decisions that made the Titanic the greatest ship to have ever been built at the time and also ultimately cost so many lives when she sank. From the Drawing Offices (sadly only visible though grimy windows) where the ship (along with her sisters Olympic and Britannic) was designed, through to the Thompson Dry Dock (built especially for the task of fitting Titanic out) it was an education. We all know the story of the tragedy but to learn about how she was built together with an insight into the lives of the shipbuilders of Belfast added a really different perspective. You really appreciate just what an amazing feat of engineering this was and when in the Dry Dock get an insight into how big a ship she was.
If you're looking for a totally new Titanic experience then you really should find the time to take this tour when visiting the Quarter.
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