World War I warship HMS Caroline is to stay in Belfast and will be restored "to her former glory", Stormont's tourism minister has said.
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Oscar winning director James Cameron visited the last standing place of the Titanic, the Titanic Dock and Pumphouse, in the Northern Ireland Science Park as part of his recent trip to Northern Ireland. Calling it the highlight of his visit, Mr Cameron stated that standing where Titanic last stood on the eve of her first and last voyage in April 1912 evoked strong memories of his trips...
Andrews Memorial Primary, Comber, visited Titanic's Dock and Pump-House for the 100th Anniversary of the launch of the historic ship.
The students, their parents and teachers were joined by Alex Atwood, MLA, Minister for the Environment at the bottom of the Thompson Graving Dock.
The Thompson Graving Dock, an iconic part of Northern Ireland’s industrial history and the largest authentic Titanic landmark in the world, is being given a new lease of life after 100 years.
Environment Minister Alex Attwood today announced a £1.5million investment to preserve the historical site based at the Northern Ireland Science Park.
For over 100 years, the existing steel dock gate which...
The first couple to marry at the world's largest Titanic attraction struck a famous pose as they checked out the venue ahead of Valentine's Day.
It might not have been the bow of the doomed liner, but for Lynsay Smith and Brian Evans it was close enough as they came over all Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio when touring the soon-to-open £90m visitor centre in Belfast.
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