£11m Titanic exhibition to open in Belfast

Belfast is to host an £11m Titanic-themed visitor attraction, to open for the centenary of the 1912 sinking of the famous vessel.

Titanic: sinking feeling
Titanic: sinking feeling

Event Communications is creating the exhibition, after winning a competitive pitch tendered by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board.

Belfast was where the Titanic was built, and Event Communications plans to take visitors on "a journey" beginning in a gallery exploring Belfast. Visitors will then be taken up through the building, passing a huge propeller to a six-minute audio-visual ride showcasing the creation of the vessel.

A "flying theatre" will finish the visitor experience, featuring cutting-edge moving seats suspending visitors over a cinema screen.

The attraction, currently called the Titanic/Maritime Heritage Signature Project exhibition is to be set within a £97m Eric Kuhne & Associates-designed landmark in Belfast's docklands.


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