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Titanic Belfast

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Game of Thrones and Giant's Causeway Full-Day Tour from Belfast

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Combine a comprehensive Game of Thrones–themed tour with a visit to the Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on this full-day tour from Belfast. Leave the navigation and driving to someone else while you enjoy the scenic ride and listen to behind-the-scenes gossip and filming facts from your guide. Convenient pickup and drop-off from central Belfast makes for a hassle-free trip. 
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Manutdrich wrote a review Dec. 2020
Highbridge, United Kingdom12 contributions
Well worth a visit if you have interest in the Titanic. The museum focuses more on the City of Belfast, the building of the Titanic, and the affiliation between the two. Some mock ups of the different cabin classes and some personal stories thrown in. We'll worth a visit
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Date of experience: December 2020
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clairealicemary wrote a review Dec. 2020
Lurgan, United Kingdom2 contributions3 helpful votes
This was our first visit to the Titanic museum with our 7 year old who had been learning about it in school. She was completely immersed in the experience and loved every second from meeting the elf and Mrs Claus on the way in right through to the end. It is a credit to the city of Belfast. She was most excited about visiting the SS Nomadic we met a lovely guide called Peter who welcomed us on board. He had a fantastic knowledge of the vessel’s and a real passion for the history. He encouraged us to visit again and we can’t wait to go back.
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STAR1980 wrote a review Dec. 2020
Lowdham, United Kingdom240 contributions66 helpful votes
My friend & I purchased a Titanic  experience standard ticket online in advance but decided to upgrade to the White Star pass on arrival which included the discovery guided tour & it was the best decision I've made. To be clear I do not do museum's very often at all, since being dragged round them as a child by my parents I seem to have developed a phobia & usually avoid them at all costs! This one however was different, very different, this museum I was desperate to visit since it was built, partly because I love the film & wanted to learn more about the actual Ship & partly because I visited 10 years earlier & all there was a gift shop that was closed! After we upgraded we joined one of the first guided tours of the day. Shirley was our guide & she was absolutely brilliant, she told the historical story of Titanic in such a heartwarming manner, actually making us quite tearful at one point. She was extremely detailed & knowledgeable, as if she'd experienced it all first hand. She was always checking that everyone in the group was present before she continued with the next stage/room/chapter. She was happy, friendly welcoming & helpful with any questions. Our perfect guide. This tour took about an hour & takes you into the impressive Titanic Hotel & into several different rooms where the plans were drawn. We then moved outside to view the launch area & then inside into the Titanic experience. After the tour had finished we collected our headsets & continued the journey through Titanic's history on our own, wandering from deck to deck listening intensely to the audio. The graphics & technology involved were amazing! Interactive, entertaining & includes a ride through Titanic's complex construction processes. This wasn't just any museum, it's carved the new future for all museums! When we finally finished we spent time in the gift shop (a much improved one to 10 years ago I'll add!) & headed outside to the SS Nomadic. Sadly by this point we were exhausted from walking (yes there's quite a bit of it) & having realised we'd spent 5 hours, yes 5 hours walking around we decided to rest our feet & find a pub! There is food & drink available inside the museum though. We had a lovely tea break before our guided tour started! And if your lucky you may be treated to some traditional Irish dancing & music that takes place in the centre concourse. This was an amazing experience, well worth the wait & the length of time we took to get round everything, (nearly everything, sorry  SS Nomadic!). Good value for money too. I would definitely recommend & I would actually return! 🙂 Ps we visited just before lockdown, so things may have altered slightly since then.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Paul Prendeville wrote a review Nov. 2020
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A great way to educate yourself on the history of the City of Belfast and the fabulous tradition of boat-building there. Much more to this experience than just the famous ship! Highly recommend for a day out with the family.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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WGF Cameron wrote a review Nov. 2020
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I loved the Titanic museum. It explains not just the disaster, but the ship detail, why it was built in Belfast and what was going on in Belfast around the time of construction with the partition of Ireland. There is a short 3D ride where you travel for about 7 minutes to experience some of what working in the shipyard was like which reinforced how large the ship was. There are models of the rooms that you would have travelled in and lots to read. It is about 20/25 mins walk from the city centre and it can be windy on the quayside - take note.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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