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Titanic Belfast


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1 Olympic Way, Queen's Road, Belfast, County Antrim, BT3 9EP

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Welcome to Titanic Belfast, a world-leading, award-winning visitor experience that rightly sits at the top of visitors’ must-see list when they arrive into the city.

This is an incredible opportunity to learn all about Titanic’s history, just a few minutes from where the ship herself was famously designed, built and launched in 1911. The 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.

Interpretative, interactive and split over nine awe-inspiring galleries, The Titanic Experience leaves no stone unturned in retelling the ship’s incredible story. Step back in time to her beginnings in a city and industry that ultimately shaped history through the building of RMS Titanic; arguably the world’s most impressive, most magnificent ship.

Pass through the original, iconic Harland & Wolff gates on your way to experiencing the breathtaking exhibits. The cabins, hallways, engine rooms and more have been recreated to give a true understanding of the feats of design and engineering that were accomplished here. Gaze at the things the passengers would have looked at and interacted with on board, and listen to what they heard.

In 2023, the Titanic Experience unveiled upgraded galleries which have enhanced the latter portion of the ship's tale, focusing on what happened as and after she sank. The human stories are brought to the fore through memorial walls with the names of the men, women and children tragically lost, while in the Never Again gallery the chain of events that caused the ship to sink are examined. Learn more about the team that finally located the ship, her lasting legacy and impact on modern culture. Keep an eye out for the opportunity to recreate the iconic ‘Jack and Rose’ pose on the bow of the RMS Titanic, a fun, free photo opportunity, which also signifies the end of the experience.

Ultimately, this is an enthralling and engaging experience, which will leave you feeling inspired and reflective, but also hopeful. And as you walk out towards modern day Belfast, you'll find lots more culture on the doorstep ready and waiting.

Titanic Belfast is an accessible building - full detail on this can be found at

Titanic Belfast Also Offers

The Discovery Tour

An award-winning guided walking tour where guests will hear why and how the ship was built and what happened in its final hours. You’ll find out fact and fable as you walk in the footsteps of the designers and shipbuilders who brought the dream to life, right here, back then.

The Galley Cafe and The Pantry

Located in the Grand Atrium these eateries feature the best of seasonal NI produce. The Galley Cafe features a ‘Grab and Go’ food and drink offering, while The Pantry restuarant provides a range of options for lunch or an early dinner, as well as a special ​kid's menu for the little ones in the family to enjoy. Guests can choose from a selection of hot drinks, bottled beers, wines and soft drinks to accompany their food.

Hickson's Point

A destination bar on the plaza outside Titanic Belfast, Hickson’s Point offers an authentic 1900’s public house setting, serving up the spirit of the shipyard with traditional music, entertainment, heritage décor and locally produced food. Hickson's Point is open seasonally and is dog friendly.

​​​​​The Titanic Store

Pick up a souvenir for friends and family, or as a lasting memory of your visit to Belfast, in the Titanic Store which is open to the general public in the Grand Atrium.

Titanic Belfast is accessible – for full details of their accessibility features, see Titanic Belfast | AccessAble

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  • Guide dogs permitted
  • Toilets for disabled visitors
  • Wheelchair hire

Attraction Facilities

  • Gift Shop
  • Guided Tours Available
  • Open Mondays
  • Open Sundays


  • Tea-room/Cafe onsite

Children & Infants

  • Baby changing facilities

Establishment Features

  • Shop
  • Toilets

Leisure Facilities

  • Wifi

Parking & Transport

  • Coach parking
  • On site parking

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
Titanic Belfast

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Late Saver£18.00 per ticket
Late Saver£9.00 per ticket
The Discovery Tour: Adult£15.00 per ticket
The Discovery Tour: Child (5-15)£10.00 per ticket
Titanic Experience: Adult*£24.95 per ticket
Titanic Experience: Child (5-15)£11.00 per ticket
Titanic Experience: Child (Under 5)Free
Titanic Experience: Essential CarerFree
Titanic Experience: Family Pass (2 Adults, 2 Children)£62.00 per ticket
Titanic Experience: Senior (60+) (Mon-Fri Only)£19.00 per ticket
Titanic Experience: Student/Unemployed (Mon-Fri Only)£19.00 per ticket
White Star Premium Pass£51.50 per ticket
White Star Premium Pass£28.50 per ticket

Standard admission to the Titanic Experience includes entrance to SS Nomadic.
Children 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
All tickets must be pre-booked in advance on or via Visit Belfast Welcome Centre.
* For every adult ticket purchased Titanic Belfast will donate 45p (VAT applicable) in support of social sustainability and preserving the maritime heritage of Belfast for future generations to enjoy.
**Late Saver ticket offers guests the opportunity to explore the Titanic Experience for 1 hour before closing at a reduced rate. (Note - does not include Shipyard Ride/SS Nomadic)

Tickets are based on a timed ticketing with slots available every 10 minutes. Last admission is  1 hour and 40 minutes before closing time for the Titanic Experience and 30 minutes before SS Nomadic's closing time. Average Visit Length is approx. 1.5-2hrs for Titanic Belfast and a further 30mins-1hr on board SS Nomadic. Multimedia Guide is available in English, Irish, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Polish and Mandarin, with BSL and guides for those visually impaired.


Sunday, 14th April 2024 - Sunday, 14th April 2024

A Night to Remember at Titanic BelfastThis year marks the 112th anniversary of the sinking of one of history's most famous ships. Join us on this commemorative evening as we take you on a journey of reflection and relive the story of Titanic through the eyes of those whose lives were shaped by her journey.
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Jan - Mar 2024 (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Mar 2024)
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Chef in The Pantry restaurant at Titanic BelfastThe Pantry & The Galley Café at Titanic Belfast, BelfastChoose from a wide range of hearty menu options in The Pantry featuring the very best of local Northern Irish produce. For a lighter bite, stop by The Galley Express Food Bar for a range of speciality teas, luxury coffees and local delicacies!

Branded mirror saying Hickson's PointHickson's Point at Titanic Belfast, BelfastInspired by one of the first ship builders in the city, Hickson’s Point at Titanic Belfast offers an authentic 1900s public house setting.

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