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Welcome to Titanic Belfast, a world-class visitor attraction and a top day out in Northern Ireland

Located in the heart of Belfast, this award-winning museum tells the story of Titanic, the world's most famous ship, from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900's to her tragic sinking in the North Atlantic in 1912.

Explore the nine interactive galleries that bring the Titanic story to life, from the Shipyard Ride that takes you through where Titanic was built, to the Ocean Exploration Centre where you can dive to the depths of the ocean to explore the wreck site.

Walk the decks of a replica First Class cabin and experience the opulence of the Titanic's interiors, or learn about the lives of the passengers and crew on board the ship through personal stories and artefacts.

Experience the excitement and wonder of the Titanic story in this state-of-the-art attraction, and discover why Belfast is known as the birthplace of Titanic.

It was voted the world's leading tourist attraction in 2016 and has continued to hit new heights in the years since! 

Don't miss out on this unique and immersive experience. Book your tickets today!

Titanic Belfast,
Olympic Way,
Queens Road,

How to find us

By foot

Titanic Belfast is only 2.4km (1.5 miles) away from Belfast City Centre - a pleasant 25-30 minute walk. 

By bike

Cycling around Titanic Quarter is an enjoyable way to see around the Maritime Mile. Titanic Belfast has bike parking available to the public free of charge on the West Plaza outside the main building, beside Hickson's Point. The Belfast Bikes Scheme operates throughout Belfast City Centre and docking stations can be found at the Odyssey Pavillion and beside SS Nomadic.

By car

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 paid parking spaces available.

By train

Translink operate regular train services from Belfast City Centre and beyond. Please disembark at Titanic Quarter Station for Titanic Belfast. From here there is pedestrian access via a footbridge, please then follow signage to Titanic Belfast. Walking time is approx. 15 mins from station. 

By bus

Translink operate Metro Services 26, 26A, 26B, 26C from Belfast City Centre - departing outside the Belfast Welcome Centre to Titanic Belfast. While the Airport Express 600, 600A, 600B services Belfast City Centre, Titanic Belfast and George Best Belfast City Airport. 

Translink also operate the Belfast Glider which connects East and West Belfast and Titanic Quarter with the city centre. There is a Titanic halt outside Titanic Belfast.

By Coach

Please find below details of coach operators offering year-round scheduled day tours to Titanic Belfast.

Departing from Dublin:

  • Paddywagon -
  • Wild Rover Tours -

Departing from Scotland:

  • Dodds of Troon -

By Ferry

Titanic Belfast is easily accessible by sea with ferry crossings from both Scotland and England. Travel by state of the art superfast ferries with journey times from just 2 hours 15 minutes.

  • The Galley Café and Pantry
  • Hickson's Point bar
  • Toilets
  • Paid parking

People also ask: 

How long will my visit take?

  • As the Titanic Experience is a self-guided tour, the duration does depend upon pace and level of interest of our customers, however an average visit lasts 1.5 to 2.5 hours. This is normally followed by 30 mins - 1 hour on board SS Nomadic. Visitors can spend as long as they wish up until closing time. 

Is Titanic Belfast autism-friendly?

  • Those visiting Titanic Belfast with ASD can avail of a number of aids to help them get the most out of the experience and feel comfortable about seeking help from the knowledgeable staff. These include 'VIP' wristbands to let our crew know you may like assistance, a pre-visit sensory guide and the loan of ear defenders and/or black out tents. 

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