Great museum in a fascinating building. Lots of folk don’t like it but I like it’s strong lines.Titanic Belfast. — Photos-Poems-Haiku
On April 14th 1912, only four days into its maiden voyage, the RMS Titanic collided with a massive iceberg near Newfoundland, Canada and sank to the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean taking about 1,500 passengers and crew with her. Experts are still debating possible causes of this historic disaster of why the ship sank to […]Your Guide to Visiting one of Belfast’s Most Popular Tourist Attractions – Titanic Belfast — OUR CROSSINGS
A ship that sank on its maiden voyage may not be the best inspiration for post lockdown travel, but the Titanic Belfast museum offers a fascinating insight into the doomed ship.
Located near where the ship was designed, the museum tells the story of the famous ship from her conception, construction, launch, to her maiden voyage and its well know conclusion at the bottom of the Atlantic.
Visitors can look forward to a ride with a much dryer conclusion.