Know Before You Go
If visiting the Titanic Belfast Exhibition, your ticket also includes a trip to the SS Nomadic; and if you run out of time in the main museum, the ticket remains valid for the next day as well.
Those with disability requirements should be aware that not all areas of the ship can be accessed; while the majority is open to view and the lift on board gives easy access to the main levels of the vessel, there are some smaller areas which cannot be reached, such as the crew quarters at the bow of the ship. The original cobblestone dockside can also be slightly bumpy to navigate with a wheelchair in tow. The staff are however, very accommodating and will assist if required.
To get to the Nomadic and Queen's Island, the train stop of Titanic Quarter is a short walk away, and can be reached from Great Victoria or Central Station via the Portadown/Bangor route.
The number 26 bus from the City Centre leaves passengers across the road from the Dry Dock outside the Belfast Met building.
A taxi is also a quick option from the centre of town.
Walking, the Titanic Belfast building and the Harland and Wolff cranes dominate the skyline of the island, and can be spotted in the distance from the city centre. There is a pedestrian route located near the edge of town which runs along the river past the Odyssey Pavilion building. Roughly a 15-20 minute walk from the inner city.