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Titanic's Dock and Pump-House

Science Park | Queens Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland
+44 28 9073 7813
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Titanic's Dock and Pump-House is the world's only authentic Titanic landmark. It is the last place Titanic rested on dry ground, and is her physical footprint in history. Visitors can experience life in 1912 by descending 44 feet into the colossal dry dock and walk in the footsteps of the men who worked in the shipyard a century ago. Experience the engineering behind the legendary pump-house, which still houses the original pumping engines, situated deep in the pump-well. The Pump-House also includes a visitor center and cafe, where you can relax and enjoy hot and cold snacks, refreshments, free wi-fi, or even pick up a souvenir or two from our Titanic gift shop. An inspiring and thought-provoking experience awaits you!
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Science Park | Queens Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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+44 28 9073 7813
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Very much enjoyed the Titanic Exhibition although found it moving and sad at times. Excellent introduction also setting the scene with a social history of Belfast at the time.

Thank BredaHon
Reviewed 4 days ago

We spent the day walking around the area. The guides are very knowledgeable and helpful. There are also information boards to help.

Thank 294cliffordh
Reviewed 5 days ago

Advertised during week as visit for free this weekend 17th/18th June, noticed this late but decided to try and book it and to my surprise got tickets. Weather was sensational and when we arrived were expecting very large numbers but only 3 on our tour....More

Thank referee62
Reviewed 1 week ago

At first I thought it was just a nicely preserved old pump house with cool "Dr Frankenstein" machinery. Then you do outside... and there you have the original dry dock that the Titanic and her sisters were outfitted in. Stunningly huge, it's the only place...More

Thank Dave C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We paid £3 to see this, it's a little out of the way and you have to sign a waiver at the cafe before you enter the pump house. Walking around the dock was interesting.

Thank ABTnz14
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Jumped off the Wee Tram for a visit (which included a pot of Tea, fresh scone and some homemade soup with soft bread - Nice!) and was pleasantly surprised! It's a Must-do if you are visiting the Titanic Exhibition and it's also a great place...More

Thank NorthofTheWall
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Excellent Tour of the titanic and it's history went upstairs and when through the shipyard very interesting enjoyed the history of the titanic .

Thank gerry123456333
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is well worth the walk past the Titanic main exhibition and the dry dock area is a must as it really gives you an idea of the scale of the ship itself.

Thank TheKiltedTravellers
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Lovely cafè which leads onto the Pump-House, you get to see the dry dock where the Titanic was last on dry land and can walk right down into it to get a sense of the sheer size of the ship. Great wee addition to the...More

Thank Aoífé M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very modern museum probably not ideal for younger children but an excellent learning experience and you should take the tour around the dockyard to experience the scale of what was built here.

Thank 59stuart
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Arlene1986
Does anybody know the last entry time for tomorrow? Thanks
1 May 2017|
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Response from Robert C | Reviewed this property |
Allow a little more than an hour. We got there 45 minutes before they closed and had just enough time to go down the stairs and walk around the dry dock. We didn't get to see inside the pump house. An hour and a half... More
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