While walking to the Titanic museum there is a mini Titanic and a small house near the museum. There are several board which tell you how Titanic worked and some other professional skills that about a boat sailing in the ocean.
About Titanic's Dock and Pump-House
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Excellent visit with an outstanding guide. Compreensive explanation of all details. It was really worth while. Not to be missed
A visit to Belfast simply isn't complete without seeing the Thompson Dry Dock. The only way to appreciate the size of the magnificent Titanic. The Dock and Pump-House so proudly presented, and quite rightly so considering it was once the largest of its kind in...More
This was amazing, you could actually walk to the bottom of the where the ship set sail, I didnt (too many steps) but hubby and daughter did!) the history is amazing
I did not go in the Titanic building, but the outside was very well maintained - with several portions refurbished and unearthed after several decades. Saw the ground where the Titanic was built, and saw the dock with the Nomadic is maintained.
This cafe is lovely inside and in a great location. The food is lovely and fresh on weekdays with a good range. Once I went on a Sunday but the scones were rock solid and inedible. I've also payed a few different prices for the...More
For a small admission fee, guests can walk through the original pump house which operated the waterworks for the dry dock where "Titanic" and other liners were fitted out and completed, or repairs were made. The original old machinery still sits there, perhaps a bit...More
This is a must do if you're interested in the Titanic. The dry dock was the final place on dry land that Titanic stood before her ill fated voyage. The sheer scale of her, and sister ship, Olympic were brought to life as we stood...More