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Titanic Quarter - About

Nearly everyone knows the story of the Titanic, the ‘unsinkable’ ship which is retold at Titanic Belfast. The story begins in the early 1900s when the titanic was just an idea, and goes on to the period when the ship was being constructed, then launched, and finishes with the Titanic’s tragic end.

The building has been cleverly constructed, and much of the design links to the Titanic ship. For example, each quarter of the building replicates the hull of the ship, even the size of it.

Titanic Belfast offers its own audio guides, and its own discovery tour which lasts from 45 minutes - 1 hour. This tour is indoors and outdoors and in it you will have have the opportunity to learn more facts about the ship, go to the exact place where the ship was launched, explore the history of the Harland & Wolff offices where the Titanic and the rest of the ships were designed, and learn more about the clever architectural design of Titanic Belfast.

Also, don't miss Sunday afternoon tea at Titanic Belfast. Here you will be able to experience the surroundings at the Titanic Suite, including the their own live jazz band, and see the replica of the famous Titanic staircase

While you are there, it is also worth paying a visit to the S.S. Nomadic, Titanic’s Dock and Pump House, and Harland and Wolff.

The SS Nomadic, also known as Titanic’s little sister, was built on 25 April 1911 and is the only surviving White Star line ship today. The ship is refurbished and is now located at the Titanic Quarter where visitors can have a tour of the vessel and learn about its history. You will need about 60-90 minutes to explore this ship.

The Titanic Docks and Pump House provides you with the opportunity to take a tour of the place where the Titanic last rested on dry ground and learn about the engineering that went into building this legendary ship.

Harland and Wolff (also known as David and Goliath) are two massive cranes that helped build the Titanic and belong to one of the world’s largest ship building docks.

Titanic Belfast is a must see in Northern Ireland, and is the country’s most popular tourist attraction.


Titanic Belfast 
Child (5-16 years)£7.75
Child under 5Free
Senior (60+, Monday-Friday)£11
Senior (60+, Sat-Sunday)£13
Family (2 Adults & 2 Children)£39
School/Education Group£6.50
Group at Door (15+)£14
Discovery Tour 
Child £5
Student/Senior Citizen£6
Afternoon Tea
£24 per person
£29 including a glass of Prosecco
£34 including a glass of champagne
£10 special children's tea
*Receive 5% discount if you pre-book tickets online
*You can book tickets at
*For information about bookings and availability for Afternoon tea at Titanic Belfast contact:
Telephone:(028) 9076 6399
Titanic Belfast 
Child (5-16 years)£5
Child under 5Free
Family (2 Adults & 2 Children)£22
Family (2 Adults & 3 Children)£27
*You can book tickets online here
Docks and Pump House (standard) 
Child (5-16 years)£3
Child under 5Free
Senior Citizen (Monday-Friday)£4
Senior Citizen (Saturday-Sunday)£4.50
Family (2 Adults & 2 Children)£12
Docks and Pump House (Guided Tour) 
Child (5-16 years)£4
Child under 5Free
Senior Citizen (Monday-Friday)£6
Senior Citizen (Saturday-Sunday)£6.50
Family (2 Adults & 2 Children)£15
*Dock and Original Pump-House access available only on a guided tour
*Book online at for a 10% discount
SS Nomadic 
Child (5-16 years)£5
Child under 5Free
Concessions (Students/Pensioners 60+)£5

Opening Times

Titanic Belfast 
January to March10.00 to 17.00 daily
April to May09.00 to 18.00 daily
June, July, August09.00 to 19.00 daily
September09.00 to 18.00 daily
October to December10.00 to 17.00 daily
*Last admission is 1 hour 40 minutes before closing time
*Closed on 24th, 25th, 26th December
Titanic Dock and Pump House 
Monday to Thursday10.00 to 17.00
Friday09.00 to 17.00
Saturday to Sunday10.00 to 17.00
*Guided tour duration is approximately 1 hour
SS Nomadic (June to August) 
Monday to Sunday10.00 to 18.00
*Tours run every half hour from 10.00 until 17.00
SS Nomadic (September to May) 
Monday to Sunday10.00 to 17.30
*Tours run every hour from 10.30 until 16.30
*Last admission is 30 minutes before closing
*Closed on the 24th, 25th, 26th December


1 Olymipic Way,
Queens Road,
County Antrim,
BT53 9EP

Telephone: (028) 9076 6386