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Titanic Belfast is the World's leading visitor attraction.
Enjoy home from home in the heart of Belfast.
Titanic The Lady is a beautifully presented ...
A World War 1 Light Battle Cruiser, is the last surviving ship from The Battle of Jutland.
Belfast’s first permanent floating visitor attraction and venue space.
Thomas Andrews attended this delightful church with his wife Helen.
Tender ship to Titanic, mine sweeper, Nomadic has a million stories to tell.
A prominent feature of the Belfast skyline is the Harland and Wolff cranes, Samson and Goliath.
Titanic Belfast is a 'must see' visit in any tour of Belfast, and is now the world's leading visitor attraction.
Titanic The Lady is a beautifully presented three-storey property based in a vibrant area of Belfast, and close to many local amenities such as shops, restaurants and public transport links.
HMS Caroline, a World War 1 Light Battle Cruiser, is the last surviving ship from the Battle of Jutland in 1916. Having undergone extensive restoration, the new visitor experience in Belfast's Titanic Quarter.
Belfast’s first floating visitor attraction, moored on the River Lagan, just minutes from the city centre, houses a vibrant interactive museum on Belfast's proud maritime history.
Thomas Andrews, who attended this delightful church with his wife Helen, must have loved its boat-like interior and beautiful woodwork. Dating from 1781, it is Belfast’s oldest place of worship.
Built in 1911, Nomadic provides the story of Titanic's little sister, the only tangible surviving link with the world's most famous ship and the last White Star Line vessel in the world.
Although not officially classed as wonders of the world, the two massive cranes in Harland and Wolff Belfast, which serve one of the world’s largest Building Docks, are certainly masterpieces of engineering.
On 2 April 1912, thousands lined Belfast Lough to proudly watch Titanic - ‘the new wonder of the world’ - set off for Southampton. There she set sail on her maiden voyage to New York. But on the night of 14 April, disaster struck. This map shows
When RMS Titanic sailed away on her maiden voyage on April 10th, 1912, she was hailed as ‘the new wonder of the world’.
The Titanic Quarter is big, bold and beautiful, like a certain ship that once sailed out of her. Around every corner you’ll find something to take your fancy.
An expansive urban waterfront with Titanic Belfast as its centrepiece, you can’t truly experience Belfast without taking some time exploring the Titanic Quarter. Here are the highlights:
48 hours of memorable moments at Titanic Hotel Belfast.
In 1907, J. Bruce Ismay, Chairman of the White Star Line and Lord Pirrie Chairman of Harland & Wolff shipbuilders decided that in order to compete successfully in the transatlantic passenger market, luxurious ocean liners were the way forward. A
From Kilkeel, up to Belfast and on to Derry~Londonderry, Northern Ireland owes much to its coastline and the sea – and that means there’s a whole world of maritime history and heritage ripe for exploring. Chart a course through these maritime
A timeline of the most famous ship ever created, from conception to completion, and a chronological depiction of the fateful night of the 14th of April.
In May 2014, Northern Ireland went ‘pink’ with enthusiasm when the prestigious Giro d’Italia cycle race started in Belfast.
From glitzy gala balls, sumptuous suppers and lively entertainment there's plenty to do over New Year's Eve in Northern Ireland.
Belfast has earned a reputation as a top city destination packed with history, culture, exciting events, great food and super shopping. Even better, you don’t have to break the bank to have a great time in the capital city as we’ve put together a