I fully expected to see the supposed sign at the entrance, "it was all right when it left here" but no, urban myth. The exhibition is housed in a building of striking and very interesting design. Underground parking made the visit very easy. The displays are exceptionally well presented and often interactive. The room where you are surrounded by three walls and ceiling of visualisation of each level of the ship is particularly effective. The ride taking you through a reconstruction of how the ship was built is informative and unusual. It is a positive that the designers of the exhibition placed the Titanic in the Belfast and Ireland of the time, some political placards are surprising to see and well done that they are there. There is almost nothing original of the Titanic on display, can't imagine why, but the display is most informative and brings home the horror of what must have been. Many people visited the day we went but this didn't hinder our progress or enjoyment. The staff were helpful and stationed around the building assisting. Thoroughly enjoyed the visit.
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