Titanic Belfast Tickets

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Opening hours

January until March 10am-5pm

April and May 9am- 6pm

June 8.30am – 7pm

July and August Sunday to Thursday 8.30am -7pm, Friday and Saturday 8.30am – 8pm

September 8.30am – 6pm

October Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm, Saturday and Sunday 9am – 6pm

November and December 10am – 5pm

Titanic Belfast is closed from the 24th until the 26th of December.

The last admission is 1 hour and 45 minutes before closing time. This excludes late saver tickets.

 

How to get there

Walk- it is a pleasant 25 to 30 minute walk from Belfast City Centre.

Car- when approaching Belfast on the M1 or M2, follow signs for Belfast City Airport on the M3 and take the first exit to the Titanic Quarter. There are 520 underground parking spaces available. The charges are £2 for the first hour and £1 for each additional hour.

Train- the nearest station is Titanic Quarter, it is then a 15 minute walk following the signed route.

Bus- services 26, 26A, 26B and 26C operate from the city centre to Titanic Belfast. The Airport Express services 600, 600A and 600B all stop close to this attraction.

Bicycle- cycling is a safe and enjoyable way to visit Titanic Belfast and there are several bike parking areas available, free of charge.

 

FAQ

How much does it cost to visit Titanic Belfast?
The standard admission fee includes entrance to SS Nomadic. Adult tickets cost £19, children aged 5-16 are charged £8.50 when accompanied by an adult and those aged younger than 5 have free entry. Students, unemployed and seniors aged 60+ can enter for £15.50 on Monday to Friday.
What currencies are accepted?
We accept £ GBP, € Euro Notes and Union Pay. All change will be given in Pound Sterling. Visa, Maestro, Mastercard, American Express, Contactless and Apple Pay are accepted, but not Discovery Cards.
How can I buy my tickets?
Tickets can be bought online at https://tickets.titanicbelfast.com and picked up at the self-service kiosks in the atrium on your arrival. You can also purchase tickets direct from the self service kiosk using cards with a chip and pin.
What is the Late Saver ticket?
The late saver ticket offers visitors the opportunity to explore for one hour before the closing time at a reduced rate. These tickets are only available for the final hour each day before the attraction closes. Tickets cost £11.50 for adults and £8.50 for children. These tickets do not include admission to SS Nomadic or the shipyard ride.
What languages are the multi- media guides available in?
The audio guides are available at a cost of £4 and are in English, Irish, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Mandarin, Polish and a guide designed for the visually impaired.
Where is the Titanic Belfast located?
The attraction is located next to the Titanic Slipways, the historic Harland and Wolff Drawing Offices and the Hamilton Graving Dock. It is located at the spot where the ship was designed, built and finally launched in 1912.
What will I see at the exhibition?
At Titanic Belfast you will discover the story of the ship from its conception in the early years of the 20th century, through its construction and launch. The story continues with its maiden voyage and the ships subsequent place in history. The self guided tour takes you through nine galleries using interpretation and interactive innovation which allows you to discover the sights sounds and even smells on board the ship.

Must Know

Accessibility
All the spaces and galleries within the building are wheelchair accessible. The approach to the building is level and the four entrances are all fully accessible. The ticket desks are low level and there are two lifts giving access to all levels. One lift operates below ground level to the car park.
The Shipyard Ride
There are restrictions on weight and dimensions restricting the use of mobility scooters onto this ride. There is a wheelchair accessible car which can take one wheelchair at a time.
Length of a visit
The average time taken to visit is anytime up to 2 hours. The duration of the self guided tour depends upon the pace you set when walking in addition to the level of interest from each individual. Visitors can stay as long as they like up until the scheduled closing time.
Should I book in advance?
You are advised to pre-book your tickets especially if you plan to visit during the peak periods of weekends, school holidays or bank holidays. When you pre-book you are guaranteed an entry time at the time you would like, on the day you prefer and you can avoid any long queues.
White Star Premium Pass
This ticket gives you three experiences for one great price. The pass entitles you to visit the Titanic Experience, have a souvenir photo or an activity pack for the children, the Discovery Tour and visit the SS Nomadic. The cost is £30 for adults and £20 for children. The Titanic Experience and Discovery Tour must be used on the same day; the SS Nomadic ticket can either be used the same day or saved until the following day.
Wi-Fi
There is free Wi-fi internet access available throughout the Titanic Belfast building.
Storage lockers
There are storage lockers available for use while visiting Titanic Belfast at a cost of £1 per locker.
Souvenir shop
The Titanic store has a wide range of souvenirs or memorabilia to remind you of your visit including branded clothing, gifts and books.

Places Nearby

Belfast City Hall
Belfast City Hall is one of the most iconic buildings to be found in Belfast. It first opened in August 1906 and is the civic building of Belfast city. Free public tours of the building are available, visitors are led throughout by a guide and the hour long tour allows you to uncover the history of this building. In the grounds you can also visit the Titanic Memorial Garden, one of many memorials and monuments located here. At night the hall is lit up by illuminations in a variety of colour and combinations that show off the beautiful architecture of this building.
Drumglass Park
Drumglass Park is located in south Belfast between the Lisburn and Malone Roads. It is a popular place for families with young children to visit. In the summer months it hosts some musical events and is also known by the names Cranmore and Marlborough Park. The park is named after Henry Musgrave. He was a landowner elected to the position of Honorary Burgess of Belfast in 1917. His home was Drumglass House one of the most prestigious houses in the area of Malone Road. When Musgrave died in 1922 he left six acres of property to the city of Belfast to be used as a public park and children’s plat area.
Game of Thrones Tour
Northern Ireland is considered by many to be the home of the TV series Game of Thrones. There are lots of locations across the city and Northern Ireland that have featured in the programme. The rugged coastlines, breathtaking scenery and historic castles are perfect settings for the story. A Game of Thrones tour enables you to experience and explore these locations for yourself.