On display in the Transport galleries at the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, Holywood, Co Down.
Discover more than 500 original artefacts, including RMS Titanic objects recovered from the icy Atlantic. See one of the original plans of the ship with last minute design changes as well as a porthole and a soup tureen from the seabed. You can also see the trains and trams shipyard workers would have travelled on to the Harland and Wolff Shipyard and the more exclusive Minerva car - popular with first class passengers of the time.
The People's Story
A living history experience in the outdoor Folk Museum, Holywood, Co Down.
Walk the historic streets and meet the people who built the ship and lived in her time. Chat to the shipyard Riveter in his house, visit Baird's Print Shop to get your own Titanic launch ticket or dress up in costume of the time for a family photo with a difference. An extra big bag of sweets will be needed from the old style Corner Shop before heading to the Picture House to enjoy Titanic related films.
Download the Adult trail and Kids trail maps so you can prepare for your visit (PDF, Adult map 2MB, Kids map 3MB).
Here are 16 objects that we think you will definitely want to see on your TITANICa The Exhibition visit. The items highlighted with a * are displayed outside the TITANICa Exhibition Gallery but are iconic items in the Titanic story.
The artefacts below are ordered in the same way as you would see them in the Transport galleries at the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum.
Explore the ultimate living history experience of Titanic by walking and talking with the people who knew her best. Dress in period costumes and take away your own copy of the Titanic launch ticket. Meet local shopkeepers, businessmen and townspeople, and watch silent movies in the Picture House. Look around and be captivated by the era of the world’s most famous ship.
The exhibit buildings below are set in the Outdoor Folk Museum.