Titanic Belfast Tickets: The Titanic Experience
Discover the world’s largest Titanic experience
Wander the galleries of Titanic Belfast, learning about the great ocean liner's story, from conception to tragic sinking
See the slipway from where the Titanic was launched
Admire exhibitions of the Titanic's construction and luxurious interior
Go on the interactive Shipyard Ride to learn what it was like to be a shipyard worker in Belfast in 1910
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Instant ConfirmationBelfast: Entrance to World’s Largest Titanic Exhibition
Audio Guide/Headphones: Spanish, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Booklets: Spanish, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Polish
Duration: 2 hours, Wheelchair-accessibleFrom US$ 27.44
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Discover the world’s largest Titanic experience with an entrance ticket to Titanic Belfast. Journey through 9 galleries that tell the Titanic story, from her conception to her fated maiden voyage, all at the site of the world-famous ship’s construction.
The adventure begins the moment you walk into the building's giant atrium, surrounded by 4 ship-hull-shaped wings. Journey through 9 large galleries of the state-of-the-art interactive exhibition to uncover the true story of the Titanic, from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900s, through her construction and launch, to her famous maiden voyage and subsequent place in history.
Learn about turn-of-the-century Belfast as a thriving boom town, and take a thrilling tour through dramatic presentations of the shipyards and Titanic under construction. Watch her launch from the slipways, and explore the luxurious craftsmanship of the interiors. Go deep into the stories of the passengers, crew and heroes of the day.
Relive the drama of her tragic end and see the wreck at her resting place on the ocean floor. Voyage to the bottom of the North Atlantic in the Ocean Exploration Centre, with live links to contemporary undersea explorations. If you'd like a souvenir to remind you of your trip, there's plenty to choose from in the Titanic Store.
• Entrance to Titanic Belfast interactive galleries
What's Not Included:
• Food and drink
• Audio guide
Good to Know:
The opening times of Titanic Belfast are:
May: 09:00 - 18:00
June, July, August: 09:00 - 19:00
September: 09:00 - 18:00
October to March: 10:00 - 17:00
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“Titanic building. Exhibition Sank”
Reviewed by a GetYourGuide Customer from Lymm, United Kingdom on July 27th, 2014 Great building but the exhibition relies on too much printed and projected information. It's brilliantly presented but lacks empathy or a personal touch. Left feeling disappointed.
Reviewed by a GetYourGuide Customer from Bangor, United Kingdom on July 26th, 2014 Very interesting and informative visit really enjoyed it ;)
“Access very good,adequate parking,beautiful building, well organised.”
Reviewed by John from Belfast, United Kingdom on July 26th, 2014 Very worthwhile for locals & tourists alike.
“Very interesting, thoroughly enjoyed it.Bistro 401, vastly over priced”
Reviewed by Thelma from Colchester, United Kingdom on July 26th, 2014 very interesting,thoroughly enjoyed it.Bistro 401,vastly over priced,could be more reasonably.
“Really interesting tour and the 'tour ride' was really good!”
Reviewed by Diane from Wickwar, Wotton-Under-Edge, United Kingdom on July 25th, 2014 This exhibition is very well set out and suitable for all ages. Really makes you realise the huge scale of the ship.
“It was more than I expected, loved the ride through the rivet making”
Reviewed by a GetYourGuide Customer from Bognor Regis, United Kingdom on July 24th, 2014 I thoroughly enjoyed the variety of learning experiences. I loved the 'fruit machine' type questions and answers but noticed not everyone 'understood how they worked'.
I particularly liked the ride through the rivet making process and felt the personal touch and explanation was very good by the guide prior to this.
“Interesting insight into the working man.”
Reviewed by a GetYourGuide Customer from Shrewsbury, United Kingdom on June 30th, 2014 The exhibition takes you from the linen factories of the late 1800's/early 1900's to the shipbuilding empire of Haarland and Wolff that shaped the area and continues to influence the city today. An eye-opening and fascinating insight into the Northern Irish working man and their families. Even though the exhibition's main focus is on the building of the Titanic and it's tragic maiden voyage it does not completely dominate which gives a good balance. Enjoyed my time there. Give yourselves a good 4 hours to see everything there and the surrounding area.
“Very enjoyable and interesting”
Reviewed by Stephen on June 30th, 2014 I enjoyed my Titanic Experience and thought it very well presented
“I thought it was a detailed interesting experience”
Reviewed by a GetYourGuide Customer from Milford -on-Sea, United Kingdom on June 28th, 2014 I am over 80 years old and I found it most interesting.I don't think that some women would be interested in the building of the ship but as my late husband was a ships engineer--i did. The film of the finding of the Titanic and all the artefacts was excellent It was better than the exhibition at Southampton
“A very enjoyable experience.”
Reviewed by a GetYourGuide Customer from Dunmurry, United Kingdom on June 24th, 2014 The staff were very helpful and there was time to exhibition at own speed. I really enjoyed the ride but just wish it had been longer. I thought it was good value for the price.
“A very good experience and well organised.”
Reviewed by Colin from Barry, United Kingdom on June 5th, 2014 Myself and my wife would recommend this Titanic experience to anyone visiting Belfast.
“Well worth a visit”
Reviewed by Ann from Walsall, United Kingdom on June 3rd, 2014 Excellent exhibition, unfortunately only had two hours available and this was no sufficient to go round and read and listen. There were crowds of people so made it impossible for me to look at everything, but plan to come back in April to spend more time in the exhibition.
“Absolutely brilliant !!”
Reviewed by David from Reading, United Kingdom on June 1st, 2014 Very informative experience a great place to learn about the tragic titanic would recommend to everyone will definitely go again
Reviewed by Andrea from Grays, United Kingdom on May 30th, 2014 So fascinating, with warm and friendly staff.
“Excellent exhibition, well worth a visit.”
Reviewed by a GetYourGuide Customer from Chipperfield, United Kingdom on May 29th, 2014 Excellent, very informative,educational and engaging exhibition,allow at least 2hours to see it .
“Great day out”
Reviewed by Lena from Toome, United Kingdom on May 28th, 2014 This was a brilliant day out for all the family. Very well organised. Always plenty of helpful, well informed staff about. Good parking facilities. Highly recommend this day out.
“fantastic day all enjoyed it.”
Reviewed by John from Tadworth , Surrey, United Kingdom on May 21st, 2014 Very interesting and yet at the same time sad reflecting on loss of life, but exibit was very well done and laid out nicely, Would have liked to have seen more artifacts from wreck, to give an overall scene. Before , during ,after.
“Marvellous experience. Going again to take my Granddaughter.”
Reviewed by a GetYourGuide Customer from Salford, United Kingdom on May 20th, 2014 Beautiful area. Fascinating exhibition. Very nice café.
“very interesting and informative exhibition”
Reviewed by Jane from St. Albans, United Kingdom on May 11th, 2014 Excellent
“Enjoyed the Exhibition.”
Reviewed by Susan D from Glasgow, United Kingdom on April 30th, 2014 My husband and I enjoyed the exhibition. Did not learn anything we did not already know about the tragedy.
Thought the eating places in the building was rather expensive.
“Enjoyable and informative day out.”
Reviewed by Elaine from Whitehead, United Kingdom on April 27th, 2014 Certainly did need at least 2 hours to fully appreciate such detail. Excellent range of media - interactive, film, archive photos, artifact displays and CGI effects. We found it very educational but presented in a way that would hold the interest of most age groups. As someone who was born in Belfast, I even learnt about my heritage and city in it's boom years. Things that I never knew from my limited history lessons at school.
Reviewed by Deirdre from Rugby, United Kingdom on April 20th, 2014 We really enjoyed visiting the Titanic Museum. It not only covered the Titanic but the background of how Belfast emerged as a ship-building centre. We felt it was very good value for money and spent well over 2hrs touring the galleries and taking in all the information, pictures and inter-active opportunities. The staff are friendly and obviously enjoy working at such a great place. There is a cafe on the ground floor near the ticket office which is very reasonably priced and lockers where you can deposit bags for £1. We would highly recommend a visit if you are in Belfast. Would recommend booking in advance is your visit is during school holidays or weekends as it is a very popular tourist attraction and large parties of school children visit. My only (small) gripe would be the gift store which seemed rather over-priced and lacked imagination. Enjoy
“from start to finish ,a great experience.”
Reviewed by a GetYourGuide Customer from york, United Kingdom on April 17th, 2014 a
“A really professionally organised exhibition”
Reviewed by John from Newtownards, United Kingdom on April 15th, 2014 Made you reflect on the days when Belfast was a real industrial powerhouse
“Three hours packed with interest, really great place, will do it again”
Reviewed by a GetYourGuide Customer from WYMONDHAM, United Kingdom on April 14th, 2014 This is not a museum, this is truly and experience not to be missed. All the staff were helpful and enjoyed their jobs, a great atmosphere.
“It was a great experience.”
Reviewed by Kevin from Portland, United States on April 8th, 2014 The exhibition gives a very in depth look at the Titanic from the blue prints to current status. The information is thorough and well presented. We appreciate the well informed friendly staff as well. The exhibit was one of the more memorable events of our trip to Ireland.
“No guide but everything was covered by hired audio.”
Reviewed by Archie from North Shields, United Kingdom on March 26th, 2014 By booking online we were not given over 60s discount which was available from "Titanic Museum" box office.
The museum was magnificent & well worth the visit.
Reviewed by Louise from Carrickfergus, United Kingdom on March 22nd, 2014 Overall it was a very enjoyable and informative experience. Plenty of information. Being able to see what the rooms were like was brilliant. Only down fall in the experience was the cart ride as our cart hit part of the display and madee me quite nervous. However I would definitely come back and recommend this adventure to all my family and friends. Thank you for an enjoyable experience.
“A pleasant few hours”
Reviewed by Michael from Sliema, Malta on March 11th, 2014 It is well done. Its very consentrated in the building of the ship but has some interesting insights into the final product.
“This monumental exhibition commemorate monumental tragedy.”
Reviewed by MALGORZATA from Enniskillen, United Kingdom on March 4th, 2014 The exhibition gives interesting insight to the way the ship was built, equipped and furnished. It gives a picture of Titanic as a most exclusive and costly ship. The judgement, that the reason of tragedy was just irresponsible, too fast piloting of the ship, when you take into account hazardous, with iceberg's presence conditions, is both horrendous and unbelievable. It was worth seeing, even though the tragedy was never examined to the end, and mystery is still hidden in the ocean.
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“Very enjoyable and interesting”
“No guide but everything was covered by hired audio.”