Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival returns to the city's Titanic Quarter on 25-27 May 2019. Climb aboard magnificent tall ships, explore Belfast's maritime heritage and enjoy amazing family fun.

Come for the ships, stay for the adventure!

Maritime Festival 2019

The magnificent masts of tall ships return to Belfast’s quaysides, signalling one of the city’s most popular family events, the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival.

Maritime Attractions & Tours

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Maritime Mile

Walk the maritime mile to discover many wonderful attractions from the Big Fish to Titanic Belfast and the vast Thompson Dry Dock. Or follow take a self-guided tour on the Titanic Trail.

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Titanic Discovery Tour
Titanic Discovery Tour

Sightseeing Tours

Book a tour with an experienced guide and find out more about Belfast's fascinating martime history and Titanic sights.

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Maritime Attractions

Explore some of Belfast's top attractions including Titanic Belfast, SS Nomadic and HMS Caroline. Walk along the historic slipways where RMS Titanic and Olympic were built and launched over 100 years ago.

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Book a Maritime City Break

Enjoy a long weekend in the city with these amazing hotel offers. From luxury hotels to family friendly options, there’s something to float everyone’s boat.

Belfast Highlights

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Top 10 Visitor Attractions in Belfast

From the birthplace of the Titanic to the Belfast City Hall, you'll find a cornucopia of historic landmarks and world-class visitor attractions in Belfast with something for all the family.

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Foodie Guide to Belfast

With restaurants, bars, food markets and artisan producers tucked away in every corner of the city, Belfast is nothing short of a foodie haven.

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Top 10 Free Things To Do In Belfast

Looking for places to visit on your trip to Belfast that don't cost a fortune? You're in luck as Belfast has a great range of free attractions, activities and galleries.

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Discover the Titanic Story

Explore the shipyard, travel to the depths of the ocean and uncover the story of Titanic in the city where it all began.

Family Fun

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Family Events this Spring

Spring has sprung and it’s a great time to get out with the kids and try something new. We’ve rounded up some of the top family-friendly events in Belfast and beyond.

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Family Friendly Restaurants in Belfast

With special menus and activities for little ones, have a look at some of our suggestions for child-friendly restaurants in Belfast.

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Spring Family Fun in Belfast

See some of our top recommendations for family fun in Belfast from free things to do, to urban adventures and family friendly restaurants to make the most of school holidays this spring.

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Plan Your Trip

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Travelling to Belfast

Just two hours’ drive from Dublin, or two hours 15 minutes by rail, getting to Belfast couldn’t be easier. Find out more about travelling to the city.

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Car Parks and Getting to the Festival

There is plenty of car parking in walking distance from the festival. From the city centre, walk to Donegall Quay (beside the Big Fish sculpture), cross the Lagan Weir footbridge and continue to Queen's Quay and the Titanic Quarter.

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Getting Around

The Titanic Quarter is within walking distance of the city centre and Cathedral Quarter. But if you want to wander further afield, we have a network of transport options to get you to your desired destination.

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Download the Visit Belfast App

Download the Visit Belfast app for your guide to what's on in the city. Plus, discover great offers and lots of things to see and do!

The app is available on the App Store and Google Play Store

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