The Titanic Museum Belfast - Stop 5 !
One of our most popular drop off points on the daily hop on hop off tour stop 5.
The Titanic Museum is an unmissable visit during your stay in Belfast, with the museum being positioned right by the slipways where RMS Titanic was built.
Since its opening in 2012 the museum has attracted over 5 million visitors, making it one of Europe's most visited tourist attractions and in 2016 was crowned the World's Leading Tourist Attraction.
While at the museum, why not walk the decks of SS Nomadic, the last White Star Line ship left in the world. It was used to ferry 1st and 2nd class passengers off the coast of France onto the Titanic in April 1912, with one of it's more famous passengers including the 'unsinkable' Molly Brown.
The design of the museum is quite unique, the overall shape represents the bow of the ship and the hulls have been recreated to represent the actual height of Titanic, from keel to the boat deck.
If you are flying into Belfast City Airport, you may catch a birds-eye view of the building that is in the shape of a star - to represent the White Star Line Connection.
Did you know that when you show your Hop on Hop off ticket you get a discount of £3 per person off your entrance fee?
Our tours run every day from 10am - 4pm - from stop number 1 Donegall square west.
Join the tour from any of the stops along the tour route disembark and rejoin again from any location - the buses pass every 45-60 minutes, giving you lots of time to discover each area of Belfast at your leisure.