Treasure Trails: Titanic Trail

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to obtain the access code to prevent the destruction of the River Lagan flood barrier.

You will have to use all your skills, knowledge and powers of deduction to prevent the detonation of the valuable asset, get your walking shoes on and get going. You now have the chance to solve the Spy Trail and win a prize!

Belfast City centre is the place to explore. The area is full of exciting places to discover and fascinating buildings to see. The Trail is easy going with footpaths and tarmac roads. It is suitable for all ages and will give everyone a chance to learn some interesting facts. You will finish at the Thompson Dry Dock from where you will be able to catch a scheduled bus back to the city centre.

This walking trail will take you through the city centre following in the footsteps of history. The trail is 2.5 hours in duration and is 2 miles in length. Ensure you have adequate footware and waterproof clothing in case the weather becomes inclement.You will be able to catch a scheduled bus from the science park back to the city centre during the day.

A Treasure Trail can best be described as a cross between a quiz and a guided walk, and has been compared to a giant game of Clued. Trailers complete a Trail in their own time and at their own pace, following the directions around the best historic and scenic sights of a location. Each Trail has clues to solve, and the answer to each clue can be found on a plaque, monument, building, etc.

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NB. This map is based on the postcode and so may not reflect the exact location.

The nearest Tourist Information Centre is:

Banbridge Tourist Information Centre
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