A registered charity in Northern Ireland, set up in 2007 to preserve Belfast’s maritime and industrial heritage, Titanic Foundation’s ambition is to create a dynamic maritime destination. The Titanic Foundation works towards preservation of heritage to complement regeneration and where public realm, events and amenities attract, engage and connects everyone in Belfast to Titanic’s narrative - human endeavour, pride, inspiration and innovation.
Titanic Foundation owns the World’s Leading Visitor Attraction, Titanic Belfast (World Travel Awards 2016); the last White Star ship SS Nomadic and is currently progressing a number of industrial maritime heritage led projects in Titanic Quarter including the restoration of the former Harland & Wolff HQ Building and Drawing Offices, and the public display of Mew Island Optic.
Titanic Foundation also has an interest in promoting and delivering Titanic Quarter as a maritime heritage destination and shared space for all of Belfast and Northern Ireland. Working with stakeholders within Titanic Quarter with the aim of providing a rich cultural and educational experience that stimulates people of all age’s backgrounds to explore Belfast’s Maritime heritage and be excited by it.
24 Oct 2017
With the restoration of the former Harland & Wolff Drawing Offices now complete and the building's transformation into Titanic Hotel Belfast, Titanic Foundation are...