Nowhere else on earth can bring you this close to Titanic – the world’s most famous liner, built here in Belfast. She sat here in this very dry dock on the eve of her first and last voyage in April of 1912.
Titanic is remembered for the dramatic story of her sinking, but in 1912, she was an icon for all that was great about the 20 th century.
At Titanic’s Dock, you have a unique opportunity to explore the site where Titanic last rested on dry ground and absorb the authenticity of her physical footprint in history. What else could compare to standing where she stood on the centenary of her birth?
Descend 44ft into Titanic’s Dock
Follow in the footsteps of Titanic’s builders and marvel at her size as you walk along the original keel blocks where she rested in 1912.
Explore Titanic’s Pump-House
Amongst the massive pumps and gargantuan hydraulic accumulator, you can still hear the echoes of the men whose labour built the world’s
Complete your day with a tour
Immerse yourself in Titanic’s history as you explore the site with one of our enjoyable, educational and award-winning tours.
WHERE ARE WE?
Located in the Northern Ireland Science Park – a 21 st century icon of innovation and forward thinking – Titanic’s dry dock is the physical reminder of a bygone age in which the dreams of men soared to new heights. Inside the pump-house, the engineering achievement of the Edwardian age is almost perfectly preserved.