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Belfast Leg 7 -Dunchers, kites and coffee snobs

Now off to the crowning glory of the Titanic Quarter, ‘Titanic Belfast’! Well, not quite. Having both been before, we decided that at £17.50 for a standard ticket, it was just too expensive to visit again. 928 more words


The Theatricality of Heritage: Thoughts on Visiting Titanic Belfast

A few days ago I had the chance to visit Titanic Belfast. It was a good opportunity to think about the theatricality in our presentations of heritage, or the… 1,005 more words



Northern Ireland, despite its name and its location, is not part of Ireland at all. In fact, it is considered a region of United Kingdom. 237 more words


Titanic Belfast

In the summer, I visited Belfast’s stunning Titanic Exhibition. It’s housed in a spectacular building that references the White Star Line logo (and the iceberg which destroyed this vessel). 362 more words

Out & About

Titanic Explorers Club Flag Arrives At Titanic Belfast to Mark 30th Anniversary of Famous Discovery

To mark the 30th anniversary on the 1st September, when a team led by American oceanographer Dr. Robert Ballard and French diving engineer Jean-Louis Michel discovered the world’s most famous ship’s final resting place, Titanic Belfast will be exhibiting The Explorers Club Flag carried on the discovery expedition throughout September. 639 more words


The Titanic: Tell Me 10 Tantalising Facts

Although the Titanic lies in 13,000 feet of water, the tragic story still captures minds and hearts throughout the world.  1st September 2015, marked the 30th anniversary of the discovery of the Titanic, when a team led by American oceanographer Dr. 477 more words

Secret Places

Brynjar Makes Waves At Titanic Belfast

Today, Brynjar Karl (aged 12) from Reykjavik, Iceland, fulfilled his dream to visit the home of the Titanic, Belfast, after building a six-metre scale model of the Titanic using over 56,000 LEGO® blocks. 424 more words