Titanic Quarter is the authentic home of RMS Titanic’s legend and this is where her memory lives on in the fabric of Belfast’s maritime heritage.
Adjacent to Titanic Belfast is the Harland and Wolff Drawing Offices (recently transformed into Belfast's newest boutique hotel) where visitors can explore the history of where Titanic first came to life, the cavernous Thompson Dry Dock and Pump House where she was fitted out and SS Nomadic, Titanic's tender ship.
The Titanic Slipways have already established themselves as Belfast's most sought after outdoor venue, having hosted a MTV concert for 16,000 people, one of the world's largest firework and lighting events, the venue for the 2014 Giro d'Italia Big Start and Ireland's biggest fan zone during the Euro's in 2017. In May 2018, 36,000 will descend on the slipways for Radio One's Big Weekend.
The SS Nomadic - Tender to the Titanic and the last remaining White Star Line ship in the world! Restored to her original glory and back home in Belfast's historic Hamilton Dock.
Titanic Hotel Belfast
The Drawing Offices have recently been transformed into a boutique hotel restoring many heritage features. The style and décor of the finished Titanic Hotel has been very much influenced by both the details that were in the building, and by the historic images of H&W at their prime.
Step back in time and walk around the restored slipways where Titanic was built and launched. The slipways also contain a memorial listing the names of those who perished when Titanic sank in 1912.
Address: This is public realm around Titanic Belfast
Titanic’s Dock and Pump House
Built specifically to accommodate Titanic and her sister ships, this immense dry-dock was a marvel of Edwardian engineering. Explore the bottom of the dock to appreciate Titanic’s sheer scale.
Discover HMS Caroline as you take yourself on an adventure like no other. Step on-board Belfast’s newest visitor attraction, a unique survivor from the First World War.