Titanic Museum Belfast

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April, 2024

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Titanic Museum Belfast

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My sister and I have just returned from a three day city break in Belfast. We booked the trip through Easyjet and flew from Luton staying at the Mauldon Hotel Belfast. We arranged the trip mostly because we wanted to go to the Titanic Museum especially as it was the 112 anniversary on 15 April the date we travelled. We both like city breaks and as Belfast is only an hour flight it seemed the ideal place to go.
The Museum is an extremely modern five pointed star building based on both a nod to the White Star Line shipping company and the bow of the ships it made. You are guided by a one way system to lifts that take you to `the top deck` with lots of photos and audio accounts of how the ship was built. Then you go down through `decks` in a fairground like car which has four people per car. You see photos of the working conditions of the engine rooms and all the trades like plumbing and cabinet making.
Audio recordings of people who survived the Titanic are played which gives details of the weather and what it was like to watch the ship sink knowing so many people were still on board.
Finally there is a dramatic suspended from the ceiling six foot version of the Titanic with a spooky light show of cabin lights first lit up then dimming then going out.
Well worth a visit and costs £24.50 a carer can go in free with one paying person and proof like a blue badge or carers card.
We used a local bus from our hotel to right outside the Museum and this coast £1.70 each way.


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