Start to learn about the in-depth story of the Titanic at Titanic walking tour. It's the largest Titanic exhibition in the whole world. This is a guided tour of the impressive museum.A"š Explore the drawing offices of the massive ship, pass through the slipways, and take a 44-feet journey till the spot where the massive ship was finished. Learn through the use of interactive displays, watch audiovisual presentations and feel the adrenaline rush through your system as you get immersed in the tales. The audiovisual representations are based on the Titanic's construction, voyage and legacy. Learn the real story of the Titanic; from the beginning of its construction to the ill-fated events of 1912. It's a 1.5 hour guided tour around Belfasts Titanic Quarter. The drawing office is where Harland and Wolff designed the ship. The slipways are where the ship first touched water. Go to the Alexandra docks to observe the HMS Caroline.
Booking this tour grants travslers direct access to the RMS Titanic and HMS Caroline. The Titanic exhibition is located on the original construction site of the Titanic. There are numerous display that talk about the ship's heritage and unfateful trip. It's a guide tour where you'll be escorted a professional guide. A local guide will take you through Belfasts Titanic Quarter. There's no access to a wheelchair but stroller is available. Service animals are allowed onboard the exhibition. The surface is smooth and accessible for wheelchair transportation. The HMS Caroline is the last surviving World War I battleship. The travelers are to be free of heart problems or any terminal medical conditions. It's important to also dress appropriately. The walk spans a distance of one mile. The tour is designed to have a maximum limit of 50 travelers.
This walking tour was awesome and revealed a lot of important information about the Titanic. The tour guide was great and knowledgable. It's a highly recommended tour and definitely worth it's monetary value.