Even after so many years, the story of the "unsinkable" Titanic still fascinates and attracts people.
The building resembles the prow of a ship and thus refers to the long history of shipbuilding in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Inside you will learn much more details. As the name suggests, it will be mainly the most famous ship in the world. Unfortunately, both the cruise ship itself and most of the passengers had a sad fate.
You can enter the museum from four spots. The main door is revolving, the others open automatically.
The space is divided into several galleries. The ride called The Shipyard Ride is accessible to people in wheelchairs. However, the wheelchair must fit in the designated area. If it is longer than 1 meter, it will not fit. Scooters are not allowed to this attraction.
There are lifts in the museum.
Equipment for hearing-impaired visitors is available as well as for the blind. The audio guide is free.
There are several barrier-free toilets in the museum.
The underground car park has several reserved spaces on two floors.