Step aboard the newly refurbished SS Nomadic.
In 1911 Harland & Wolff built the SS Nomadic as the first and second class passenger tender to the Titanic. Now, over 100 years later, the last remaining White Star Line ship has been restored to her original glory and is back home in Belfast’s historic Hamilton Dock. Come on board and experience over 100 years of authentic maritime and social history.
Self guided experience. Audio Tours are available in English, French, Italian and Spanish (Cost: £3).
Tickets for Nomadic are based on a timed ticketing basis, but some tickets may be available at less busy times in the Hamilton Dock Pump House.
Bookings by telephone will be available soon.
Average visit length: 60 - 90 minutes
Please note the last admission time is 1 hour 15 minutes before closing.
Accessibility & Facilities
While the SS Nomadic and Hamilton Dock has disabled access, visitors should be aware that some areas of the ship, including the Flying Bridge Deck and Crew Space, are inaccessible to wheelchairs. Similarly, people with limited mobility should be aware that there are some areas which are difficult to access. Visitors should also be aware that there are uneven surfaces and low steps around the ship and dock.
VISITORS ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO BOOK TICKETS IN ADVANCE
Please click here to access SS Nomadic's secure online booking system.