Two Hour Tour of the Titanic Harland and Wolff Shipyards for £5 with Titanic Walking Tours (Value up to £12)
- Special access to the former shipyard unopen to the public
- Two hour tour plus 30 minute lunch break
- Walk on the Titanic slipway where the ship was built
- Takes in the original drawing offices
- Tours available 7 days a week
1 Groupon per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Advanced booking by email only (email@example.com). Tour departs Premier Inn Hotel, Titanic Quarter at 11am or 2pm daily. Prices based on one adult tour ticket.
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On April 15th 1912, having struck an iceberg late the previous night, the now-legendary RMS Titanic slipped beneath the freezing waters of the North Atlantic, never
to sail again. The pride of the Belfast ship industry is now commemorated and brought to a modern audience by
Titanic Walking Tours. Recently voted the number one tourist attraction by
TripAdvisor.com, Titanic Walking Tours is the brainchild of self-confessed Titanorak Colin Cobb. Following in the footsteps of
Titanic's builders and contemporaries, Titanic Walking Tours takes clients on a fully guided two hour tour of Queens Island, where Titanic and her two sister ships,
Olympic and Britannic, were designed, built and launched.
For £5 instead of up to £12, Groupon history lovers are invited to step back in time and spend two hours touring the old Harland and Wolff shipyard. Covering a mile, see the slipway where the ships were built, get special access to the former headquarters of Harland and Wolff shipyard, the Titanic's dock and pumphouse and the original drawing offices where the ship was designed. These marvels can only be witnessed on the Titanic Walking Tour and are not open to the public.