Where & When
New Tour Timetable begins March 4th 2013
All Tours will depart outside the main entrance of the Titanic Belfast Visitor Attraction.
Daily Departures at:
11AM 1PM & 3PM
The Walking Tour meets outside the main entrance of the Titanic Belfast Attraction (Titanic Museum) at 11AM, 1PM & 3PM Daily. Tour lasts 1 hour 30 minutes (approx).
Europe’s largest and most exciting waterfront development will transform a 185-acre site on the queens island.
A main highlight to our tour, is special access to Titanic’s drawing offices where famed Thomas Andrews designed Titanic, Olympic and Britannic.
Walk along the slipways were Titanic was built and launched nearly 100 years ago. See were Titanic first touched the water back in 1911, as we compare photos of then and now.
View the last remaining World War One Ship in existence, still commisioned by the Royal Navy, built in 1914 HMS Caroline has been docked in Belfast since 1924.
(Including access 44ft down to the floor of Titanic’s Dock*)
Finally immerse yourself in history at the Mighty Titanic’s Dock. The last place Titanic rested on dry ground. Unchanged since 1911 this dry dock is the only place on Queens Island were you can appreciate the sheer physical size of Titanic. Also included is access inside the old section of the Pump-House, where you can view the massive pumping engines, original engineers workshop and 2 audio/visual experiences.
(*Due to the re-development of the Titanic Quarter, certain accesses may be restricted from time to time. This is unavoidable and part of the ongoing re-generation of the Titanic Quarter, Titanic’s Dock & Pump-House)
The original Titanic Walking Tour, now in its 5th year, offering access to original key sites
We are the legal operators of the Titanic’s Dock & Pump-House.
We offer exclusive access to Titanic’s Dock & Pump-House.
And for the first time, exlusive access to Titanic’s Dry-Dock 44ft below sea level!
We only use highly trained, passionate ‘Titanorak’ guides.
We are the owners of the Pump-House Café & Visitor Centre.
The sinking of RMS Titanic is without doubt history’s most famous maritime disaster, costing the lives of over 1,500 people in the early hours of the 15th April 1912. While she may have departed from Southampton for her fateful maiden voyage, it was Belfast where Titanic’s journey began…
In 1912 Belfast was home to the world’s biggest shipyard, Harland and Wolff, and since its origin in 1862, it had been at the forefront of modern shipbuilding