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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Welcome to Titanic Belfast, an award-winning visitor experience offering the opportunity to learn about Titanic’s history, just a few minutes from where the ship herself was famously designed, built and launched in 1911. This self-guided tour tells the Titanic’s story from conception through to its first and final journey across the Atlantic, as well as the historical and cultural impact on Belfast and beyond.
    1. 1 Jan 202431 Mar 2024
  2. The world's most authentic Titanic hotel is now open. The transformation of the legendary Harland & Wolff headquarters and spectacular Drawing Offices is now complete. Belfast's deluxe-hotel offers an unforgettable experience.
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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Crowds gather along Queens Quay in Belfast to enjoy Belfast Maritime Festival.
    With magnificent ships, live music, arts and crafts, fun and games, food and craft market, spectacular street theatre and much more, Belfast Maritime Festival is a great day out for everyone!
    1. Harland and Wolff shipyard in Titanic Quarter at dusk. The 2 large  yellow Harland and Wolff cranes known as Samson and Goliath are prominent with the hangars illuminated in the background by lighting from the shipyard.

      An expansive urban waterfront with one of the great global visitor attractions as its centrepiece, you can’t truly experience Belfast without taking some time to explore the Titanic Quarter. This historic part of Northern Ireland’s capital has had such a huge influence on both the city and the world, and its story reveals itself around every corner.

    2. Man dressed as a pirate, juggling while crowds of adults and children watch. Part of Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival.

      Every year the Belfast’s Maritime Mile comes alive as thousands attend a celebration of all things nautical. The Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival follows in the footsteps of the local seamen, dockers and visiting sailors who frequented the area over the centuries and toasts their major contribution to this city’s history.

    3. The World War One warship HMS Caroline is the last surviving ship from the 1916 Battle of Jutland, the largest naval battle of the conflict. Now a floating museum, it invites its visitors to experience the highs and lows of life at sea. By stepping onto its marvellous original deck, you are stepping back in time. Enjoy exploring real parts of the ship on your visit, like the Captain's cabins, the ward room and deck areas. Or try your hand at code breaking!
      1. Exhibit of a first class bedroom on Titanic at Titanic Belfast. A lady in period costume appears on a screen to give a description to visitors of what they are looking at.

        When RMS Titanic sailed away on her maiden voyage from Southampton, England on April 10th, 1912, she was hailed as ‘the new wonder of the world’. A remarkable feat of engineering, she was the largest and most luxuriously appointed ship ever seen and, despite her tragic sinking five days later, she remains a source of enduring pride in the city where she was built – Belfast. 

      2. Built in 1911, Nomadic provides the story of Titanic's little sister, the only tangible surviving link with the world's most famous ship and the last White Star Line vessel in the world.
        1. 1 Jan 20233 Mar 2024
      3. Take a tram ride around Belfast's Titanic Quarter, with its many attractions, in carriages inspired by the tramcars than ran through Titanic’s shipyard.
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