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Join Titanic Belfast in the opulent Titanic Suite as they host a red-carpet movie themed Afternoon Tea by the replica Grand Staircase - perfect for the ultimate movie fan to enjoy the film in First Class style!

Enjoy a Titanic Tea movie menu featuring sweet and savoury treats fit for an Oscar winner, while sipping on luxury loose leaf Thompson’s Tea served in replica White Star Line crockery, or toast the occasion with a cocktail or glass of official Titanic champagne, Henri Abele.
The blockbuster film, telling the story of the luxury liner's fateful maiden voyage through the love story between passengers Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose (Kate Winslet), became one of the top grossing films of all time.

Today the Titanic story lives on in hearts and minds across the world, nowhere more so than in Belfast - the birthplace of the world's most famous ship and home to the world's largest Titanic visitor experience.

During the film, take your chance to re-create the 'meet me at the clock' moment with your friends, family or loved one on the Grand Staircase for a photo to remember!

Tickets:
Afternoon Tea, Film and a glass of Prosecco or Non-Alcoholic Cocktail - £37.50 per person
Titanic Experience Galleries + Afternoon Tea, Film and a glass of Prosecco or Non-Alcoholic Cocktail - £53 per person

Please Note: TITANIC: The Movie runs to 3hrs 15mins and is rated PG-13. Film will commence approx. 1.30pm.
 
Tickets & Pricing
  • Standard £37.50-£53.00

Titanic Belfast

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

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