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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...more
Science Park | Queens Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland
My friend and I were alone here when we went. No one but us on a wonderful windy, rainy morning. We both stood there in silence for an hour at the beauty of this place which once held the Titanic. Would definitely visit again
We visited here today on the last morning of our brief Belfast visit.
Fantastic to see the place from where Titanic departed Belfast after her fit out.
As a Titanorack for many years this was a real treat.
However, it all seemed a bit tired....More
I really enjoyed this! Was difficult to find out about and nearly missed it but if you go to the titanic experience there is a titanic trail that will lead you here, it’s about a 5 minute walk which isn’t too bad.
As for the...More
I would like to have visited the dock and pumphouse center, but it was too late in the day. Instead, we entered the parking lot and viewed the dock from over and through the fence around it. If the Titanic history has struck you the...More
We did the Titanic Experience, the Nomadic, and walked out to the area where the ship is outlined on the ground. I saw on the map inside that the dock was in the Quarter but we got confused and thought it was were we were....More
So we all think we know how big titanic was , a visit to the dry dock where she was fitted out puts it in perspective
The Pump-House I was a little perplexed by if I’m honest but the dry dock blew me away
I did this as part of my endeavour to experience as much Titanic as possible. If you're a fan, I definitely recommend. I was happy with the price and as the miserable weather had cleared (temporarily) I was able to climb the stairs down into...More
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
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 would be fine. As already mentioned, check where you are staying. They can find out the closing time for you. It varies according to the season.