Belfast Venue Info
The Titanic Exhibition Centre is a great venue with a variety of facilities including ample parking, disabled car parking, disabled toilets, various food outlets, baby changing, ramp access and cash machines.
You can find out more about the venue at www.titanicexhibitioncentre.com.
There will be a number of different catering facilities on-site which are usually open for breakfast and lunch, offering snacks, hot meals, drinks, etc.
The exhibition centre has a purpose-built entrances for disabled access. Internal spaces, including public conveniences and public seating areas, have been designed and laid out to accommodate disabled access at all times. There is limited designated disabled parking at the front of the exhibition centre with a drop off point for coaches and disabled visitors. Please be aware we do not offer mobility hire, but you are more than welcome to arrange a scooter to meet you at the show entrance.
Address & Directions
The Titanic Exhibition Centre is just off the M3 motorway in the centre of Belfast and is signposted throughout the city centre, please follow signs for Titanic Quarter.
Titanic Exhibition Centre
The Titanic Quarter features ample parking, so you should have no problem finding a car parking space near the venue. Each surrounding car park features disabled parking, and there is a drop off point outside the venue for coaches and disabled visitors. Please be aware these car parks do charge up to £5 for a day’s parking.
We will be running a FREE courtesy “Wee Tram” between the Titanic Exhibition Centre, the car parks and the Titanic Quarter train station (tram access via footbridge). The tram will be running from 9.30am throughout all show days until after the show has finished. There are no set times, but you shouldn’t have to wait more than 20 minutes for the tram. Find out more about the tram at www.theweetram.com.
The nearest train station is Titanic Quarter. Trains run from this station between Belfast and Bangor – visit Translink to plan your journey.
Translink run a number of bus services to Titanic Quarter. Services run from Wellington Place every 12 minutes at peak times and every 25 minutes off peak. For timetables for the Metro 26, Metro 26b, Metro 26c and Airport Express 600 services are available from Translink.
Belfast is served by two airports – George Best Belfast City Airport – which is a short 5 – 10 minute drive from the Titanic Exhibition Centre, and Belfast International Airport which is a 25 – 30 minute drive.
Titanic Belfast is also easily accessible by sea with ferry crossings from both Scotland and England. Operators and travel times vary and Titanic Belfast has a close relationship with Stena Line and P&O Irish Sea who have daily crossings.
Hotels and Camping & Caravan Sites
Why not make a weekend of it? See www.visit-belfast.com for details of local hotels and camping and caravan sites.