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Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast is now one of the leading attractions in Northern Ireland and is the largest Titanic exhibition in the world. Since 2012 it’s been a popular destination for visitors to Belfast wanting to learn the secrets of the British passenger liner that famously sank back in 1912. In fact, many of the guests here at Ramada Encore Belfast have come to this great city specifically to visit this attraction.

Located on the site where the Titanic was launched, the impressive museum also provides visitors with the chance to learn about the history of Belfast itself. Extending over 9 interactive galleries, Titanic Belfast is a fully interactive experience incorporating special effects, rides and reconstructions, making for an amazing day out for the entire family.

HOW TO GET THERE

Ramada Encore Belfast City Hotel is located across the River Lagan from Titanic Belfast, just a 15-minute walk to the exhibition. Alternatively, the museum is a short car or taxi ride.

OPENING HOURS

Titanic Belfast is open all year round, excluding 24th – 26th December. Seasonal opening hours are below:

January - March, 10am - 5pm 
April - May, 9am - 6pm 
June – August, 9am - 7pm 
September, 9am - 6pm 
October - December, 10am - 5pm

PRICES

Prices per adult are £17.50, while entrance cost for children aged 5-16 is £7.25. Children under 5 can enter for free. Family tickets (2 adults, 2 children) are £43 while there are concessions for students, the unemployed and senior citizens.

View full prices on Titanic Belfast’s website. Individual tickets can be booked online while group bookings can also be organised through the museum’s website.

TITANIC BELFAST FACTS

  • Cost of the project was £100m
  • Can hold 3,547 visitors, the exact same number as the capacity of the Titanic
  • Played host to over 2.5m visitors from 145 countries
  • The main exhibition measures 11,000 m2
  • Located 100 metres in front of where the Titanic’s hull was constructed and launched

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