Excellent tour, and great value for money.
I went to Belfast with my Mum to celebrate her 50th birthday and came across the Titanic Tours Belfast website before we set off. All was organised with such ease and payment wasn't taken from my card until we had been on the tour.
The tour is conducted by Susie Millar, the great-granddaughter of Thomas Millar, who worked in Harland & Wolff on the construction of Titanic & then sailed onboard her as an engineer on the fateful maiden voyage to New York in April 1912.
We were picked up outside our hotel in a Mercedes MPV and went to the home of Thomas Andrews who was the designer of the Titanic. We then headed off to where the Titanic was built and was shown the offices of Harland and Wolff where it was designed. We were then shown a DVD about the history of her great grandfather which was quite emotional. From there we got to go onboard the S.S Nomadic, the closest ship linked to the Titanic. The S.S Nomadic isn't open to the public, Susie has special rights because of her great grandfather, so you won't get to see this if you go with a different company.
We then went to see the dry dock which the Titanic was stored in before she set sail. After seeing that it was really put in perspective the size the ship actually was. We then went inside the pump rooms and watched a 10 minute DVD on how they were designed and how they worked.
The final stop was the memorial which was put up in Belfast for the people who lost their lives onboard the Titanic.
It was a very emotional, informative and interesting tour and would recommend Susie's Titanic Tours Belfast over any others.
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