Titanic Walking Tours
Inspired by the wrecks discovered in 1985 and more recently in James Cameron's "Titanic", Titanic Walking Tours has recently been voted No.1 tourist attraction on Trip Advisor. The tour is a gentle stroll on flat ground covering about 1 mile. It lasts approximately 1.5 hours. Follow in the footsteps of Titanic's Builders on the fully guided walking tour of Queen's Island, Belfast, where Titanic and her two sister ships were designed, built and launched.
The Walking Tour meets outside the main entrance of the Titanic Belfast Visitor Attraction at 11am & 1pm daily and 12pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Tour lasts 1.5 hours (approx). Tour includes access 44ft down to the floor of Titanic‘s Dock.
Tour Itinerary includes:
Harland and Wolff - Access to the former HQ of Harland and Wolff dating from 1900. Now the HQ of Titanic Quarter.
Titanic's drawing offices - Access to Titanic's drawing offices where famed Thomas Andrews designed Titanic, Olympic and Britannic. The building of the Titanic signature project - View the building of the world's biggest Titanic visitor attraction.
Titanic's Slipway - Walk along the slipways where Titanic was built and launched over 100 years ago. See were Titanic first touched the water back in 1911, and compare photos of then and now. HMS Caroline - View the last remaining World War One ship in existence, still commissioned by the Royal Navy, built in 1914 HMS Caroline has been docked in Belfast for 86 years.
Titanic's Dock and Pump-House - 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 Queen's Island where you can appreciate the sheer physical size of Titanic. View the massive pumping engines, original tool shops and a new audio visual programme on the Dock and Pump-House.