Belfast: Home of the Titanic

Titanic Belfast

A culture-packed hub of history, fine food, spectacular scenery and even the Ship of Dreams. Come on up north and discover that Belfast energy

Welcome to Belfast – or “how ‘bout ye”, as they say here! This modern city is an eclectic medley of cultural treasures, with its mix of Victorian grandeur, industrial grit and living history.

At Titanic Belfast, delve into where it all began for the Ship of Dreams. And if you visit on a Sunday, make an appointment to indulge in the Titanic Afternoon Tea, which takes place beside the grand staircase. If you wander down the road, you’ll find HMS Caroline, the last surviving ship from the 1916 Battle of Jutland. Explore this floating museum on the interactive self-guided tour and see the recreated cabins as if the crew were still on board.

Embrace your creative side when you take a journey to the MAC (Metropolitan Arts Centre), a hub of creative diversity in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter. Afterwards, you can follow local musicians as they take you on a journey around Belfast and learn all about Belfast’s traditional music scene on this melodious walking tour. Or, if you want to take a bite out of Belfast, Caroline from Taste and Tour will take you on a journey all over the city to meet innovative local producers creating terrific treats.

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