About Titanic Belfast
Next, on my Top UK museums adventure, is Titanic Belfast. We visited as a family in February this year and really enjoyed the whole experience. Located on Belfast docks, it is the largest Titanic experience in the world and offers a unique and interactive way to learn about the history of the Titanic.
The Star of the Show.
One of the most talked-about exhibits in the museum is the shipyard ride. This short electronic ride allows you to immerse yourself in the conditions and what went on when the ship was built. It breaks up walking around the museum and grabs the attention of visitors especially the kids.
My Favourite place
I enjoyed the end of the museum when the stories of the passengers you have been following throughout the tour come to an end, and you find out what became of them. The mixing of sad and happy stories and also a way to remember individuals who were affected by the tragedy.
Some other great exhibits
From the Launch experience, the decor and insides of the ship through the decks and classes to the sinking and the aftermath. The museum takes you on a journey of the life of the ship.
Excellent facilities are available for visitors. There’s free Wi-Fi
throughout the building, locker storage facility where you can leave your bags for just £1. Car and Coach Parking is available so it’s an easy place to drive to during your trip.
You’ll find two restaurants with a wide range of options, Bistro 401 restaurant and the Galley Café. There’s also a souvenir shop to pick up memorabilia from your visit.
Getting there and when to visit.
Titanic Belfast is open daily all year round, excluding 24th – 26th December from 10 am to 5 pm off peak and 9 am to 7 pm during peak season. Entrance fees are £18 for adults and £8 for children aged 5 to 16 years.
Have you been to Titanic Belfast? What did you think?