Explore Titanic and her world in an exciting, new exhibition as you discover why Titanic and her sister ships were built in Belfast.
Discover how local enterprise and skills were combined to produce vessels of exceptional quality and design. Find out about life onboard through fascinating objects and personal stories that explore the tragic loss of Titanic in 1912.
TITANICa The Exhibition is located in the Transport Museum.
As part of your Titanic visit to the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum you can experience life as it was in the time of Titanic by visiting the outdoor Folk Museum.
TITANICa: The People’s Story
Step back in time and uncover life in Belfast from 100 years ago. Our innovative Titanic trail links the world-class Titanic exhibition in the Transport Museum to the outdoor Folk Museum recreating people’s daily routines, activities and stories in the age of Titanic.
Stroll through Ballycultra Town and experience the adventure that takes you from the shipyard worker’s home, to the carpenters workshop, to Kelly’s Coal Yard at Belfast Lough. Visit the Post Office to buy souvenir telegrams or pop into the printers for a Titanic ticket and newspaper of the time. Watch Titanic movies in the Silent Cinema or dress up in period costume as you get your picture taken in the surroundings of Titanic.
The Photograph above shows the Olympic, the sistership of Titanic. You can see the stern view of all three propellers from the dock floor. Click image to enlarge. Visit our Titanic website to see more Titanic photographs.