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Titanic Tours & Attractions

Begin your own voyage of discovery at the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum near Holywood, to see the Titanic Exhibition. On the way there from Belfast, you will pass her birthplace, Harland & Wolff Shipyard where her keel was laid in 1909. Belfast Lough was where her sea-trials were conducted. On April 2, 1912 she sailed away, with thousands of people waving from the Lough shores.

The Folk Museum holds 75,000 negatives in its Harland & Wolff Collection including hundreds of Titanic plates made by Belfast photographer R.J.Welch; reproductions of some are available in postcard and book form. Her tableware and bed linens, with the White Star emblem, were made in what is now the Belfast Linen Industry Conservation area around Bedford Street. A large table by the Belfast furniture-makers Gilbert Logan Ltd, is said to have been finished too late for her maiden voyage and is now in the Belfast Harbour Commissioners Office at Corporation Square.

The most enduring monument to her disastrous end is the Titanic Memorial in the grounds of Belfast City Hall. Guided tours of this majestic Edwardian building (which was completed shortly before Titanic was started) give insights to the affluence and optimism of the city at that time. In Comber, east of Belfast, you will find memorials to Thomas Andrews, Titanic's chief designer, who chose to perish with the ship he knew "down to the last rivet". In Bangor, there is a memorial to John Simpson, the ship's surgeon, in the Abbey graveyard. There are also a number of Places to Shop where you can pick up some Titanic memorabilia. 

  • Titanic Belfast Trail

    Titanic Trail

    Uncover the story of the Titanic as you navigate around Belfast's key Titanic sites with the Titanic Trail mobile site.

  • Titanic Belfast The Fit out

    Titanic Belfast

    Visit the world's largest Titanic visitor experience and uncover the story of Belfast's most famous creation.

  • Belfast City Hall Tour

    Titanic Tours

    Take a stroll through history with a selection of informative and entertaining tours of Belfast's key sites, as well as Titanic-themed walking tours outsdie Belfast.

  • Belfast City Bike Tours

    Boat and Bike Tours

    Boat and barge tours of the River Lagan and Titanic Quarter, plusTitanic-related cycling tours.

  • Titanic's Dock and Pump- House

    Titanic's Dock & Pump-House

    This trail takes in the Thompson Dock and Pump House where the RMS Titanic had its final fit-out.

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    SS Nomadic

    Well known for carrying the 1st and 2nd class passengers out to R.M.S Titanic on her maiden voyage, including one of the world's richest men, J.J. Astor.

  • Belfast Sightseeing Tours

    Bus Tours

    Explore the city of Belfast by taking in many of the city's iconic attractions with a hop on- hop-off bus tour.

  • Belfast Black Taxi Tours

    Car & Taxi Tours

    Take a famous Black Taxi Tour of Belfast and Northern Ireland, including a tour of Titanic Quarter.

  • Titanic Churches and Graveyards

    There are a number of churches throughout the greater Belfast area with a connection to the Titanic.

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