About Titanic Belfast
The iconic design of Titanic Belfast comprises many maritime metaphors including water crystals, ships bows & the White Star logo.
The Titanic Exhibition extends over nine galleries, with multiple dimensions to the exhibition, drawing together special effects, dark rides, full-scale reconstructions and innovative interactive features to explore the Titanic story in a fresh and insightful way.
Explore the shipyard, travel to the depths of the ocean and uncover the true legend of Titanic, in the city where it all began.
- Boomtown Belfast
- The Shipyard Ride
- The Launch Of Titanic
- The Fit-Out
- Maiden Voyage
- The Sinking
- The Aftermath
- Myths & Reality
- Visit & Explore The Wreck
Other highlights include:
Walk down the historic slipways where Titanic and Olympic were built and from where these famous ships were first launched into the water.
Embedded into the slipways are two life-size outlines of Titanic and Olympic’s main deck illuminated by blue light.
Track Titanic’s journey on the map on the outdoor plaza where light tiles represent the sea and the dark tiles represent the land. A track follows the cities linked to Titanic’s story from Belfast across the Atlantic to New York and at night this track is lit in LED lights.
A series of wooden benches encircle the building and are spaced in Morse code sequence, which can be read as the distress message that Titanic sent out after hitting the iceberg.
Explore the symbolism of Titanic Belfast’s iconic structure with their award-winning walking tour.
The one-hour tour includes a walk through the famous barrel-vaulted Harland & Wolff Drawing Offices where Titanic and the rest of the mighty Olympic class were designed.
Titanic Belfast is open at the following times:
- January – March 10am – 5pm daily
- April – May 9am – 6pm daily
- June, July, August 9am – 7pm daily
- September 9am – 6pm daily
- October – December 10am – 5pm daily
Last admission is 1hr 40m before closing time excluding late saver tickets
Getting to Titanic Belfast
Vehicles approaching Belfast on the M1 or M2 should follow the signs to Belfast City Airport M3, taking the first exit for Titanic Quarter.
There are 520 secure, underground parking spaces at Titanic Belfast.
Titanic Quarter Station: Pedestrian access via footbridge – follow signs to Titanic Belfast. Walking time approx 15 mins from station.
Metro Services 26, 26B, 26C & Airport Express 600A/600B
Metro Services Depart from City Centre (Wellington Place – Service D)
Journey Time approximately 10 mins from City Centre
Belfast is served by two airports – George Best Belfast City Airport – which is a short 5-10 minute drive from Titanic Belfast, and Belfast International Airport, which is a 25-30 minute drive from Titanic Belfast.