*Note: Tickets for Titanic Belfast, SS Nomadic and City Sightseeing Belfast are issued separately, and can be picked up at the Irish Tour Tickets office (view location). Stop 19 on the bus tour sits directly opposite the office.
- All Year Round, Daily.
Titanic Belfast | Opening Hours:
- October - March: 10:00 to 15:00.
- April - September: 09:00 to 15:00.
15:00 indicates the time of last admission available with this ticket.
SS Nomadic | Opening Hours:
- January - March: 11:00 to 17:00.
- April - May: 10:00 to 18:00.
- June - August: 10:00 to 19:00.
- September: 10:00 to 18:00.
- October - December: 11:00 to 17:00.
Bus Tour Times:
- Mon-Sat: 10:00-16:30, every 15-30 minutes.
- Sunday: 10:00-16:00, every 15-30 minutes.
Note, all January and February tours operate from 10:00-15:30.
Addresses / Departure Points:
- Titanic Belfast: 1 Olympic Way, Queens Road.
- SS Nomadic: Hamilton Dock, Queens Road.
- City Sightseeing Belfast: 20 stops (View Map).
Combo Ticket Details:
Explore the history, voyage and ultimate fate of RMS Titanic at the award-winning Titanic Belfast Experience. This combo ticket also includes admission to the SS Nomadic museum ship and a 48-hour City Sightseeing Belfast bus tour pass.
1) City Sightseeing Belfast | See Details.
This hop-on hop-off bus tour provides visitors with a comprehensive look at Belfast from the upper decks of an open-top sightseeing bus. Tickets are valid for 48 hours, allowing you to explore every area and district of this unique capital.
2) Titanic Belfast Experience | See Details.
Learn all there is to know about RMS Titanic from her construction to her tragic maiden voyage and enthralling legacy. Browse interactive displays, watch audiovisual presentations and climb aboard the thrilling Shipyard Ride. Tickets also include admission to the on-site Ocean Exploration Centre, home to marine research exhibitions.
3) SS Nomadic:
Before or after your visit to Titanic Belfast, access this real White Star Liner and experience its signature attraction - the 'Nomadic Experience'. This exhibition focuses on the ship's illustrious career and the lives of its crew. It's also an intriguing reflection on the fleeting phenomenon that was the golden age of Transatlantic travel. What makes the overall experience so uniquely immersive is that the Nomadic herself is an original from the same family as the RMS Olympic and Titanic. It even ferried some of the Titanic's most famous survivors to Southampton, from where they would set out on the doomed maiden voyage.
Everything throughout the ship's interior is authentic and excellently restored, allowing you to get as close as possible to being an international traveller in the 1910s without somehow venturing back in time. See the dramatic contrasts between the first-class quarters and crew quarters, then explore the nuts, rivets and machines that make everything function. In addition to traditional displays the SS Nomadic is also filled with fun interactive activities, such as dress-ups for the kids and puzzle games.