The museum building is located in the center of the Titanic Quarter, and public transportation is very convenient. It is only 5-10 minutes drive from the George Best City Airport in Belfast and about 30 minutes drive from Belfast International Airport. All major roads are accessible. The standard ticket price is: adult 17.5 pounds, child (5-16 years old) 7.25 pounds, child (under 5 years old) free, family ticket (2 adults, 2 children) £43, special care escorts are free, student/unemployed (Monday-Friday) 12.5 pounds, weekend 14.5 pounds, elderly (over 60 years old) 12.5 pounds, Weekend 14.5 pounds. Children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. The museum's entrance ticket has an admission time, which is a group every 20 minutes. Pounds, euros and UnionPay cards are acceptable, and if you need change, they are all in Pounds. Tickets can be purchased online, or by calling +44 (0) 28 9076 6399, or at the Belfast Visitor Center. Payment with the card online will be charged a fee of £1. Open hours are open every day except December 24-26 days. Opening hours will vary with the season: January-March, October-December: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., April-May, September: 9 a.m.-6 p.m., June-August: 9 a.m.-7 p.m. The museum stops at 1 hour 40 minutes before closing (except for cheap evening tickets). The museum has a souvenir center on the ground floor with a variety of printed souvenirs about the Titanic, which is a bit pricey to see if you need them. There is also a restaurant on the first floor.
Admission TicketsFrom £19.28
The Titanic and his sisters met, it was built in Belfast at that time. This famous Titanic memorial reproduces the whole process of the construction of the huge ship at that time. There are many parts related to the Titanic and the dock where the ship was built at that time. If you are a Titanic fan, here are thousands of pieces. Don't miss it, you can definitely gain a lot.
To travel to the UK, Belfast may not be the preferred route for many tourists, because it is not a very smooth route to go from London to Northern Ireland. It’s worth taking some time to check it out~
[Tour Tips] Belfast is not a big tourist city in the general sense, but it is the capital of Northern Ireland, famous for the place where the Titanic was built, so there is also the Titanic museum here, which is one of the must-visit places here . It was built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. It was built in 2012. When I went there, it was not long before it was built. Here are many stories behind the Titanic Queen. It sounds very sad, I hope there will be less separation like this in the world. Here is still the ship that built the Titanic at that time. It was a long way from beginning to end. I was walking and recalling the stories I saw in the museum.
In addition, there are many universities in Belfast, like Queen's University Belfast, a very magnificent university with a botanical garden nearby, which is worth visiting.
From Belfast, you can join a one-day tour to the Giant's Causeway. The journey is very beautiful and it is worth a trip^_^
[Traffic Tips] In fact, many places can be reached on foot. It doesn't need too much transportation. I like to look for landmarks everywhere with a map, which is quite fun. However, there are also many buses, which are also very convenient.
[Tickets] The Titanic Museum costs 19 pounds per person
When it comes to Belfast, Northern Ireland, there are probably not many people who know it; but when it comes to the Titanic, which is the birthplace of the ship, the building stands on the site of the Belfast Shipyard. It is here that the Titanic luxury ship was designed, built and launched. It is certainly necessary to visit the Titanic Museum. The Titanic Memorial gives us a glimpse of the ship's discovery 100 years ago, with the first class (last picture), second class, third class, meals, etc., which were restored to reality. It is an unforgettable memory. The memorial has a guide map in Chinese.
The Titanic Museum has become a new landmark in Belfast. It is built on the side of the original design building and not far in front is the shipbuilding dock. The museum uses scientific and technological means to introduce the detailed process of Titanic from construction, launching, preparation to departure. It is worth seeing!