brilliant. this is a must do attraction when you are in belfast. loads to see and do and good value for money
A must see if you’re in Belfast for more than a day. A bit pricey but a great tour and exhibits with lots of Belfast history thrown in.
This is an amazing museum that speaks to the time, the governmental and the industrial structure that surrounds the early 1900s. You get an intimate look into the lives of the persons who shaped Belfast and the luxury ship liner industry. Too see mini-movies that tell the stories. They have a shipyard ride that literally takes you through the building process. Before you leave you are transported to 1985 when the Titanic was rediscovered at the bottom on the ocean. It is a full tour!! PS: They also have three lovely restaurants if you get hungary. Allow 2-3 hours
Definitely a must see in Belfast - to see how the ship was built, how different classes traveled and why so many in 3rd class did not survive.
Nice exhibition. Lots of information.it Is expensive but it is a must visit at least once.Nice shop area.
A really interesting museum setting out the history of the city and of the ship itself. Thought provoking and varied exhibition spaces, good value for money albeit a little crowded at points.
We were on a tour and didn't have nearly enough time to spend in this museum. I had seen the small exhibition of Titanic artifacts at the Halifax, Nova Scotia (Canada), but this told the complete story of the Titanic, from the first piece being welded to the actual launch, to the encounter with the iceberg, and on to the deaths and survivor stories.
To begin, the building itself is impressive architecturally, and then, trying to imagine the workers who put together this behemoth by partaking in interactive exhibitions, listening to their voices and reading quotations is a very moving experience.
We only had two hours at this museum, due to time constraints on the tour. I would recommend four hours to get the full experience. I felt as if I were rushing to at least get a feel for most of it. If you're ever in Belfast, don't miss it.
Have been to the museum twice now.
There is still parts of it I haven’t seen or read, there is that much to take in!
Great space and fascinating museum.
Excellent attraction that imparts the information in varied and interesting ways. Recommend the audio guide for a bit more info & it keeps you even more engaged. We enjoyed the ship building aspect of the tour the most.
It would have been nice to have an artefact or two from the discovery of the ship, but understand why not & there are photos & letters that made it.
Clever use of projection across the building.
Full level access within the building including the ride.
Very impressed. Spent 5 hours here and could easily have doubled that time! Hard work on the knees as lots of steps but understandably so. All sorts of stuff and I would recommend taking the experience tour first as things are pointed out you might easily miss otherwise. Superb, recommended without hesitation.
An excellent attraction that describes Belfast's development, its industrial past and culture. Thee is an emphasis on the human effort made in building the Titanic and its sister ships. The tragedy of the sinking of the Titanic is explained. The visitor is given an awe inspiring insight into the Belfast's achievement and tragedy with emphasis on the effect on the lives of workers, casualties and survivors. give yourself plenty of time to visit.