In the heart of the Maritime Mile, where the Titanic once stood is Thompson Dock and Pumphouse- the home of Titanic Distillers.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
Inspired by the people who worked in Belfast’s shipyards more than a century ago- you will now be able to walk in their footsteps in the very pump-house and dry dock that represents such an authentic part of the Titanic story and indeed the history of Belfast.
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One ship, one hundred years, one thousand stories!
HMS Caroline is the last known surviving warship from one of the largest ever naval battles, 1916’s Battle of Jutland. Witness the Battle of Jutland unfold, visit the captain’s quarters; crack codes, launch torpedoes and signal ships; explore the engine room and see where the crew lived. Take time out in the on-board café and pick up a souvenir from the shop.
Titanic Belfast tells the story of the Titanic from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900’s, through her construction and launch, to its maiden voyage and subsequent place in history.
Titanic Belfast Reimagined open now.
SS Nomadic is the world’s last remaining White Star vessel and RMS Titanic’s original tender ship, now restored to her original glory and back home in Belfast’s historic Hamilton Dock.
SoundYard is a playful art installation inspired by the sounds of Belfast’s shipyards. It is located on Queen’s Quay close to the Odyssey and Abercorn Marina.
This exhibition celebrates the thousands of ships built here in Belfast, the many tradesmen and women, the Yardmen, the Dockers, and the innovation associated with 400 years of industry.
W5 had 8 new exhibition zones, with over 250 interactive exhibits for the whole family. Firing the spirit of discovery, with limitless fun for everyone.
We Are Vertigo is Ireland’s largest indoor activity centre in the heart of Belfast’s Titanic Quarter. The centre comprises of an Indoor Skydiving tunnel, Inflatable Park and Ninja Master Course.
Experience the best bowling Belfast has to offer, and strike it lucky at Hollywood Bowl! With delicious food and drinks, fantastic deals, and state-of-the-art lanes – it’s the perfect place to make fun-filled memories for everyone.
Cineworld Belfast is located at Odyssey and features 13 state-of-the-art screens including IMAX, 4DX extreme cinema and 270-degree ScreenX.
The shiny new cinema also features an in-cinema café, serving Lavazza coffee, as well as all your cinema snack favourites, including Rollover hot dogs, Candy King Pick & Mix and ICEE frozen drinks.
Belfast’s Window on Wildlife (WOW) is home to birds and wildlife from all over the world. There are more than 100 species of birds and other wildlife to be found here, from lapwings and terns to konik ponies. Trained staff and volunteers will help you tell a wigeon from a teal.
Located on the Titanic Walkway, the Great Light is one of the largest lighthouse optics of its kind ever built. The optic is around 130 years old, weighs 10 tonnes and measures 7 metres tall.
Take a walk along the Titanic Slipways and experience one of the latest addition to the Maritime Mile- Riverbox! Equipped with cutting edge video and audio technology it can host video installations, interactive projects, live events and a wide range of audio experiences.
Belfast Harbour hosts a permanent exhibition in its Harbour Office entitled ‘A Port that Built a City’ to celebrate 400 years of Belfast’s maritime history.
The SSE Arena, Belfast is Northern Ireland’s premier entertainment venue hosting over 150 events per year. The venue boasts a wide array of events from concerts to comedy and sport to family shows.
The Public Record Office of Northern (PRONI) is the official archive for NI, holding over 3 million public and privately deposited records.