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Learn the real story of the RMS Titanic—from its design to its 1912 ill-fated maiden voyage—on this 1.5-hour guided walking tour around Belfast’s Titanic Quarter. You’ll past the drawing offices where the British passenger liner was designed, meander along the slipways where it first touched water, and journey 44 feet down to the floor of the massive dry-dock where the Titanic was finished. The tour also includes a visit to the HMS Caroline, World War I’s last surviving battleship.


  • 1.5-hour Titanic walking tour in Belfast, led by a knowledgeable local guide
  • Explore Queen’s Island, the stretch of land that’s been renovated as Belfast’s Titanic Quarter
  • Walk past the drawing offices where Harland and Wolff designed the ship
  • Stroll along the Titanic slipways, where the magnificent ship first touched the water
  • Visit Alexandra docks to see the HMS Caroline, the last surviving World War I battleship
  • Descend 44ft to the floor of Titanic's massive dry-dock, a must do in Belfast

What You Can Expect

Titanic Walking Tour in Belfast

Titanic Walking Tour in Belfast

Meet your guide outside the Titanic Visitor Experience in Belfast, and then head out on your walking tour, tracing the legacy of the Titanic ship around the city. Hear the tale of the boat’s maiden voyage in 1912 when she collided with an iceberg and sank – a tragic story that captured the hearts of people around the world.

First stop is the exciting Titanic Quarter, a multimillion-pound waterfront development on the site where the Titanic was built. Learn of Harland and Wolff – the shipbuilding supremos who built the fated ship -- and walk past the drawing offices where plans for the Titanic were drawn up by their chief designer, Thomas Andrews.

Stroll to the waterside and walk along the slipways where the Titanic first touched the water, over 100 years ago. After undergoing a substantial regeneration project, the slipways have been restored to their former glory and now host many of Belfast’s open-air concert and events.

Continue to Alexandra Docks to see the HMS Caroline, another of Belfast’s famous ships! The sole surviving WWI battleship, the boat is beautifully preserved and serves as a poignant reminder of Belfast’s integral navy role during the two world wars.

Head back to the Titanic Quarter and walk down a set of stairs, descending some 44 feet (13 meters) below ground to visit Titanic Dock and Pump House. Walk around the spot where the Titanic last rested on dry ground to get a sense of the ship’s physical size, and then visit the old pump house to see original pumping machines and engineers’ workshops.

Your tour finishes at the pump house, and you can stay longer to look at the interactive displays and movie clips independently, if you wish. Alternatively, the Pump House Café and gift shop are located on ground level and are both well worth a visit!

Customer Reviews

Julie S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2013

Excellent tour!! Knowledgable guide, small groups, a great experience.

scott m

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2013

Awesome. Great insight into Titanic. But don't want to giive away the tour secrets we learnt. :)


5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2013

This was a great tour and the guide was extremely knowledgeable. Would Highly recommend

Thomas L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2013

This was an excellent tour. The guide was fantastic. I got lucky as I was the only person for the tour. Although the tour operator (not Viator) did not want to go forward with just one person, I had purchased two tickets (my wife was fighting let lag and wanted to sleep) and they agreed to go forward. This trip is separate from the Titanic Experience, but is offered at the location. You will see and hear things that you would not see with just the Titanic Experience. I would definitely recommend this short walking trip.

Claire L D

1 star rating: I do not recommend this July 2013

I waited where I was told to wait, and after 15 minutes past the scheduled time, nobody was there. So I just took myself through the exhibition.
Not sure what went wrong, but I wasted that money.

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