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Lord Mayor, Nichola Mallon Celebrates WorldHost Hotspot Status with Titanic Quarter Businesses

On Monday 1st September the Lord Mayor Nichola Mallon joined Titanic Quarter businesses at Titanic Belfast to celebrate being awarded Belfast’s Citiy first Wo

Art Exhibition

The Art of Storytelling Workshops, Titanic Belfast

Are you a fan of famous Edwardian novels and stories? Do you still enjoy reading Sherlock Holmes, Chronicles of Narnia, The Wind In The Willows, or Peter Pan?

Tall Shops Poster

Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival, 24-26 May 2014

To download your essential guide to enjoying Titanic Quarter Maritime Festival Activities click here Ahoy there land lovers and seafarers! This May, Belfast’

Giro at Titanic

Giro Makes Time For School Children

In a special cross-community event organised by Titanic Quarter and Titanic Foundation Limited in conjunction with Sustrans, pupils from St Joseph’s, Strandto


Hutchison family make a donation to Titanic Foundation

On Friday the Hutchison family visited Titanic Belfast, and made a donation to the Foundation in memory of their husband and father Malcolm, who passed away las

Drawing Room

Titanic Drawing Offices to be transformed with Lottery grants

Heritage Lottery Fund earmarks a massive £5.7million to boost the local economy and create new jobs Two projects from Northern Ireland are among the first in t

Titanic Belfast welcomes its one millionth visitor

Mother of two Ciara Harmon, from Co Kildare in Ireland, was welcomed to Titanic Belfast today as the attraction’s one-millionth ticket-holder. Ciara’

Titanic Belfast Celebrates Its First Year Success Story

Visitors to the iconic visitor attraction’s Titanic exhibition totalled an amazing 807,340 between March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2013, exceeding all expectatio

Titanic Belfast welcomes 500,000th visitor

Visitor number targets were exceeded when Canadian citizen Lynda Price, who was born in east-Belfast and is the great-granddaughter of a shipyard worker, entere


Titanic Letter from brave ship’s doctor comes home to Belfast

Assistant Surgeon on the ship, Belfast-born Dr John Edward Simpson, wrote to his mother from Titanic when it was docked in Cobh (formerly Queenstown) Co. Cork,