Walk the maritime mile to discover many wonderful attractions from the Big Fish to Titanic Belfast and the vast Thompson Dry Dock, and explore Belfast's Titanic heritage.

The Big Fish

If you're visiting the Lagan Lookout, or admiring the Customs House, you'll notice a big fish sculpture beside the Lagan. It was created by John Kindness, and the most interesting thing about this fish are its beautiful blue scales, which are made up of ceramic tiles describing different scenes from the city's history.

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Nomadic Belfast (SS Nomadic)
Nomadic Belfast (SS Nomadic)

SS Nomadic

RMS Titanic's tender ship and the last remaining White Star Line vessel has been restored to her original glory. Walk the decks, explore the ship, and take journey through over 100 years of authentic maritime and social history.

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Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast is the world's largest Titanic visitor experience and a must-see on any visit to Belfast and Northern Ireland.

Titanic Belfast, named the World's Leading Tourist Attraction at the prestigious World Travel Awards in 2016, is located beside the Titanic Slipways, the Harland and Wolff Drawing Offices and Hamilton Graving Dock, the very place where Titanic was designed, built and launched in 1912.

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The Great Light

The Great Light is one of the largest optics of its kind ever built in the world, and is around 130 years old. Weighing 10 tonnes and measuring 7 metres tall, the optic is a unique maritime heritage object with significance to Belfast's economic, maritime and industrial past.

The Great Light project tells the story of lighthouses, their light-keepers and their role in the maritime and industrial history of Belfast and beyond, and The Great Light is part of the Great Lighthouses of Ireland network, promoting lighthouse tourism, north and south.

Walk the 500 metre Titanic Walkway on Victoria Wharf, which connects the Titanic Slipways to HMS Caroline and the Thompson Dock, to learn about the maritime and industrial heritage of the area.
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HMS Caroline
HMS Caroline

HMS Caroline

Following a new walkway, make your way from Titanic Belfast to HMS Caroline,  a unique survivor of The Battle of Jutland in World War One. Explore the impressively recreated cabins that have been restored as if the crew left the ship yesterday, listen in on the everyday sounds in the Captain's and Senior Officers' cabins and enjoy interactive exhibits throughout the ship.

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Titanic's Dock & Pump House
Titanic's Dock & Pump House

Titanic Dock and Pump House

See where the world’s most famous liner, Titanic, was built on this site in Belfast. The pump-house was the beating heart of Harland & Wolff during construction of the great White Star Liners including Britannic, Olympic and the RMS Titanic. The Thompson Dock represents the true scale of the Titanic, as the dry dock was where the ship was fitted out. 


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