Belfast The Titanic Experience and SS Nomadic Tickets

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Learn about the history of this famous ocean liner and its ill-fated voyage with this ticket to the Titanic Museum in Belfast . Visit this iconic building, with limited seating for 14 people, and spend a couple of hours exploring the galleries to see the world's largest Titanic exhibition . Tour the ship's construction site, marvel at its luxurious interiors and enjoy interactive exhibits that take you through the history, sights, sounds and even the smells of the Titanic.

Experience the true legend of the RMS Titanic, stroll through reconstructions of the original slipways and shipyard and embark on the SS Nomadic, the last ship of the defunct White Star Line.

  • Learn about the history of the most famous ship with this ticket to the Titanic Museum in Belfast .
  • Explore the 9 galleries and learn about the history of the ship from its construction to its sinking.
  • Enjoy interactive displays and audio-visual presentations, as well as models, artefacts and furnishings belonging to the ship.
  • Visit the SS Nomadic and see the slipways from which the Titanic was launched.

What’s included

  • Tickets for the Titanic Museum in Belfast and the SS Nomadic.
  • Self-guided tour.
  • Audio guide

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Discover all the secrets of the most famous ship in history with this ticket to the Titanic Museum in Belfast . Enter this magnificent museum, which has a maximum capacity of 14 people, and visit the world's largest exhibition of the legendary RMS Titanic and its sinking. Learn about the history of the famous liner through its various galleries and learn all about it, from its origins to its fateful sinking. See exquisite ornate furnishings, view antique artefacts and visit the SS Nomadic, the steamship that served as Titanic's own ferry.

Located on the original construction site on which the Titanic was built in the early 20th century, visit this museum and explore its nine galleries with interactive reproductions and audiovisuals . You'll discover the sights, sounds, smells and stories of the ship, as well as the people and the city that made it.

As well as seeing objects and furnishings belonging to the ship, you'll also learn about the ship's construction and the lives of its passengers. You'll immerse yourself in the authentic atmosphere of the Titanic, see how it was launched from the slipways and relive the drama of its tragic end.

Marvel at the Titanic's collection of unique artefacts and luxurious interiors and don't miss the exciting shipyard presentation, which will teach you all about the local craftsmen and passengers who embarked on the ship's first and last voyage. Explore the luxurious craftsmanship inside, stroll through reconstructions of the original slipways and then enjoy an adventure on the Shipyard Ride, an attraction that uses special effects to recreate shipbuilding in the 20th century.

After exploring the museum in depth for a couple of hours, use your ticket to visit the Titanic's ferry, the SS Nomadic. Walk the decks, see wreckage from the White Star Line and experience over 100 years of authentic maritime and social history in this interactive museum.


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  • C
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    I recommend going early and taking as much time as possible to see each of the exhibits and contents. There is a lot of very interesting audiovisual material.
  • S
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    Super interactive and interesting. We are a large family and the museum caught everyone's attention without exception.
  • C
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    This has been one of the most incredible museums I have ever been to. Its architecture and design are spectacular, and so is the content of the exhibits.
  • R
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    Charming museum, super big. We entered very easily
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