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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,

Sunny Titanic

TFL one of Northern Ireland’s best companies to be celebrated in London Ceremony

Titanic Foundation to receive Award for Outstanding Contribution. The shortlist for the 2012 Aer Lingus Viscount Awards has been announced, and the winners will

Balloons at Titanic

Titanic Belfast sold out until April 16th

Titanic Belfast has confirmed that it has been such a hit with the public that it is completely sold out until Monday, April 16th.  Only those who have pre-pur

Outside Titanic

Titanic Belfast Open to All

Titanic Foundation and Belfast City Council welcomed 200 community and voluntary organisations to Titanic Belfast today for a Titanic breakfast in the Titanic S

Ministerial Photoshoot

Titanic Belfast Opens

Titanic Belfast, the world’s largest Titanic visitor attraction has opened in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on the site where the ship was designed, built and la

Titanic 100

100 days to go until Titanic Belfast Opens

It is now just 100 days until the official opening of Titanic Belfast, the world’s largest Titanic visitor attraction. Work on the internal fit-out of the ico


Have you got the Titanic ‘T-Factor’?

Titanic Belfast is asking potential employees if they have the ‘Titanic T-Factor’ necessary to impress visitors when the attraction opens in March.  As par


Titanic Explorer returns to Titanic’s Birthplace

Dr. Robert Ballard, the oceanographer who discovered Titanic in 1985, has returned to the ship’s birthplace in Belfast. Dr. Ballard, who is providing previous