Northern Ireland

Titanic Museum

The RMS Titanic Belfast is a museum and visitor attraction in Northern Ireland dedicated to the world’s most famous ocean liner, the RMS Titanic. Located on the site of the former Harland & Wolff shipyard – where the Titanic was designed and built – it stands nine stories high and covers 16,000m2. It offers visitors an unrivalled interactive experience as they explore its fascinating exhibits, while learning more about the iconic ship’s history.

Titanic Belfast provides guests with an immersive experience that celebrates both innovation and tragedy. Featuring nine interactive galleries, visitors can explore everything from the launch of Titanic in 1911 to its ill-fated voyage and final resting place at the bottom of the Atlantic ocean. Through artifacts, art installations and interactive exhibits, guests are invited to uncover never before seen stories about life on board this legendary vessel.


Read what others share about their experience

  • The museum itself is impressive, but the scheduling system is flawed. Despite having a specific time...
  • Szocska Alex
    a week ago
    Interesting museum that takes you step by step through time, from plans to build to launch and...
  • Stacie-Ann Stewart
    a week ago
    Really enjoyed our visit. The museum is very informative and gives a whole picture of the history of...
  • Terri Wilkinson
    a week ago
    Our flight was delayed but we rang in advance & we got straight in! Loved the whole experience from...
  • Starasia Starr
    a month ago
    Definitely worth it if you are a history buff. Wait on the line to do the Shipyard ride. Beautiful...

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