Another of Belfast’s ship-related attractions, this fascinating self-guided tour takes you around the dry docks at the old Harland and Wolff shipyard, where Titanic and Olympic were constructed from 1909–11. Designed to appeal to a general audience, not just enthusiasts, it’s a great way to learn what it was really like to work here at the turn of the last century, when Belfast was one of the world’s greatest industrial cities. The enormous Edwardian pump house, which could drain a staggering 21 million gallons of water in just over 90 minutes, is worth the price of admission alone. An audiovisual room includes rare film footage of the Titanic in situ at the dock. The large visitor center has interesting exhibits, a gift shop, and a cafe.
Titanic's Dock and Pump-House
Queen’s Rd., Queen’s Island, Belfast, BT3 9DT
Our Rating Hours Apr–Oct daily 10am–5pm; Nov–Dec daily 10am–4pm; Jan–March daily 10:30am–5pm Phone 028/9073-7813 Prices £5 adults; €3.50 children 5–16; children under 5 free; £12 families. Parking £1.50 per hr. Web site Titanic's Dock and Pump-House
MapQueen’s Rd., Queen’s Island, Belfast, BT3 9DT Belfast
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