Belfast has a rich history of shipbuilding, which is celebrated in Belfast’s premier attraction: Titanic Belfast.
Visitors will feel like they’re stepping back in time as they take in the authentic, full –scale recreations of the original ship, which was built right here in Belfast. Housed over nine different galleries, it’s worth dedicating a full day to this experience.
With so much to take in at Titanic Belfast and the surrounding area in the Titanic Quarter, visitors looking for top-end accommodation in Belfast city centre need look no further than the Radisson Blu Hotel, Belfast, just a few minutes away from Titanic Belfast.
Day out at Titanic Quarter
Titanic Belfast is one of the UK’s most ambitious 3D museums which tells the story of the ill-fated ship through interactive exhibits, a reconstruction of the luxurious ship’s opulent interiors and the highlight of the museum: a 360 degree video tour of the ship’s journey from its construction to the aftermath of its sinking, including footage of the wreckage from the deep sea.
Titanic Belfast can be found at Titanic Quarter, which one of the world’s largest urban waterfront regeneration projects. Titanic Quarter is a major hub of activity in Belfast where locals eat, work, live and play, and visitors will get a real sense of the city from this vibrant space.
Radisson Blu Hotel, Belfast
To make the most of a break in Belfast and stay a near all the main attractions, Titanic Belfast included, visitors can’t beat the convenience of the Radisson Blu Hotel, Belfast. With spacious, modern rooms to exceed the highest of standards, guests are guaranteed a great night’s sleep (not to mention a scrumptious breakfast) at this Belfast hotel before a big day out in the city.