oday, the world’s most famous liner lies at the bottom of the Atlantic, inaccessible to all but the most intrepid of deep sea explorers. Here in Belfast, however, you will find the closest link to the great ship. In the shipyard where the dreams of Bruce Ismay, William Pirrie and Thomas Andrews were brought to life by thousands of Belfast builders, you can still see the places where she stood, towering against the skyline – the largest moving object ever constructed by the hand of man.
At the dry dock where she was finished, Titanic spent her final days in Belfast. Here, at this very place, workers put the final touches on the most luxurious liner ever built. And it was here that engineering brilliance reached new heights as great minds applied themselves to the gargantuan task of building such a grand vessel.