Titanic Quarter
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Overall rating
4.7 / 5
based on 1,311 reviews

This was an excellent tour. Colin our guide was extremely knowledgeable and brought the whole story to life. He didn’t tell us just about the disaster but also about everything connected to it. His passion for his Irish heritage was apparent through all the little anecdotes and amusing quips. My other half was reluctant to take part, but went because I insisted. He loved it and talked about it all afternoon.

I am writing review of visit that took place on 28th September 2020. The venue was very straightforward to find, even though the pandemic was still in place, the restrictions were lifted to allow for wearing masks and social distanced. This did not affect the enjoyment of the visit. It was less busy which enabled the visitors to enjoy the story, visuals and exhibition all the more. Must see.

It is a very well organized, concise combination of nature, land scape, culture and history. The tour guide (Anthony) is super friendly and knows a lot about Ireland's history. The timings are very well organized. The coach is comfortable and the driver is nice :). If you are in Ireland for a short time and you want to make most out of it, I recommend this tour.

This was a truly great tour. Collin was extremely knowledgable and thoroughly entertaining. We saw and learnt things about Titanic, White Star Lines and Harland & Wolff that we definitely would not have seen on our own.

It was definately worth making the special journey up to Belfast to see it. We got there at 10am so were able to get round it without the crowds, it still took us 4 hours though!

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