Titanic Belfast is the World’s Leading Tourist Attraction and a must-see attraction in any visit to Belfast and Northern Ireland. Located in Belfast's Titanic Quarter, the iconic six-floor building is situated right beside the historic Titanic Slipways and the Harland and Wolff Drawing Offices where Titanic was designed, built and launched in 1912.
Titanic Experience and SS Nomadic
This state-of-the-art visitor experience tells the story of Titanic, from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900s, through her construction and launch, to its maiden voyage and subsequent place in history. The self-guided Titanic Experience extends over nine interpretive and interactive galleries, which explore the sights, sounds, smells and stories of RMS Titanic, as well as the city and people who made her.
Complete your Titanic Experience with a visit to the world’s last remaining White Star vessel and RMS Titanic’s original tender ship, SS Nomadic which ferried first and second class passengers to Titanic from Cherbourg in northern France. SS Nomadic went on to serve other transatlantic liners and even spent over 20 years as a floating restaurant moored beside the Eiffel Tower in Paris! Walk the decks, explore the ship, and take journey through over 100 years of authentic maritime and social history.
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White Star Premium Pass
For the ultimate Titanic experience, the Titanic Belfast White Star Premium Pass includes admission to the self-guided Titanic Experience and SS Nomadic, as well as the award-winning guided Discovery Tour, plus a souvenir photo (adults) or activity pack (children) – all for one great price!
- Adults: £30
- Children: £20
Plus, receive 15% off in the Titanic Store, Bistro 401 or Galley Café when you present your White Star Pass.
Terms and conditions apply. Offer is subject to availability. The Titanic Experience and Discovery Tour ticket must be used on the same day. The SS Nomadic ticket can be used on the same day or the following day.
Other Things to Do
Explore the symbolism of Titanic Belfast’s iconic building with this award-winning walking tour. See more >>
Step back in time to a period of luxury, elegance and 5-star service with the Titanic Sunday Afternoon Tea, set by the stunning Grand Staircase. See more >>
Take a look at special events, seasonal activities, performances and exhibitions coming up. See more >>
Choose from a wide range of hearty menu options in Bistro 401 or a lighter bite in The Galley Café. See more >>
Titanic Hotel Packages from £50pps
Planning to stay in Belfast? There's never been a better time! Titanic Belfast has partnered with some local hotels to create great value overnight hotel packages which include entrance to the Titanic Experience and SS Nomadic.
Getting to Belfast
Belfast is just 2 hours from Dublin, with travel options including the Enterprise Train from Connolly Station to Belfast's Central Station.
Irish Rail operates services from towns and cities across the Republic of Ireland to Dublin's Connolly Station, where you can then catch a connecting train to Belfast. The Enterprise service, from Connolly Station to Belfast's Central Station, runs eight times daily (five times on Sunday). Book in advance at www.irishrail.ie to avail of the best value fares. Your Enterprise ticket includes:
- free onward rail travel from Belfast Central Station to Titanic Quarter Station (train stop for Titanic Belfast visitor attraction).
- free Metro Bus services from Belfast Central Station to the city centre.
Bus Eireann provide bus and coach services, linking every major town and city in the country. For more information on routes and fares visit www.buseireann.ie. From Dublin, the X1 service operates from Dublin Busáras in the city centre and Dublin Airport to Belfast's Europa Bus Station, with 21 departures everyday. Book online at www.national.buseireann.ie.
From Dublin: Starting out from Dublin Airport, the M1 Motorway is well signposted for Belfast; this is a toll road and there is one Toll Plaza approximately 31 km from Dublin Airport. Continue on this motorway signposted for Belfast. Just after passing the city of Newry, the road becomes a dual carriageway (A1) and motorway regulations fall away. At the Sprucefield roundabout (approximately 137 km from Dublin Airport) the A1 joins the M1 motorway (signposted The North, Belfast). Once within the greater Belfast area, the signs will display as City Centre. At Grosvenor Road Junction (approximately 152 km), leave the motorway and follow signs for City Centre onto the B38.