A fun way to see the Titanic Quarter, this lively tram tour takes you around the docks in about half an hour—including a few areas you can’t see any other way. The guides are adept at telling the history as a story, rather than a dry recitation of facts, while on-board multimedia screens give you extra info to put it all into context. The circular route includes all the highlights of the docks, including the museums and dry dock; HMS Caroline, the last surviving ship of the Battle of Jutland (1916), permanently moored here; and the towering landmarks Samson and Goliath—two 140m (459-ft.) cranes that have come to symbolize the docks and Belfast’s industrial heritage (even though they only date from the 1960s and [']70s, when shipbuilding was already in decline). Trams run every half-hour from either Titanic Belfast or SS Nomadic. You buy tickets on board; possible upgrades include entry to the Titanic's Dock & Pump-House (p. ###) or HMS Caroline.