Titanic Centre and Experience Tour
A new dawn has come to the north of Ireland. Tourists from around the British Isles & Ireland and across the world now seek out wonder and excitement in Belfast. No visit to the area should go without a tour of the “World’s Leading Tourist Attraction’ at the prestigious World Travel Awards 2016!
The Titanic centre and experience tour allows you explore the origins of this tragic and legendary ship along with its passengers and crew. This tour is included in the payment of the Titanic Belfast tour package. Included in the fee is access to the six-story building featuring nine interpretive galleries, full-scale reproductions, and the opportunity to walk in the shoes of those who built, served, and took passage on the ill-fated liner.
One of the most popular features of the tour allows visitors to experience the Shipyard Ride. This electronic dark ride provides an exciting and informative trip through the experience of constructing mighty passenger liners such as Titanic and her sister ships. Visitors can also board and learn more about SS Nomadic, the last White Star vessel in existence.
Visiting the Titanic Centre and enjoying the Titanic Experience does more than describe the history of one legendary ship. It provides a glimpse into a fascinating culture and a world long past through the lens of those whose lives revolved around or were otherwise touched by this ship and its horrific end.
Powerful History Then Incredible Scenery
The Belfast area also brings visitors face to face with sites renowned worldwide for their unique beauty and provides a glimpse of the stunning scenery offered throughout our island.
One of the most popular stops is also the most visited natural site in the north of the island, Giant’s Causeway. Volcanic activity tens of millions of years ago produced a unique field of flat-topped and ruggedly symmetrical stones lying between craggy peaks and the roiling sea. UNESCO has ranked Giant’s Causeway among its world heritage sites and many consider it one of the eight natural wonders of the world.
From unique stones to stunningly vibrant shrubs, the tour takes visitors next to Dark Hedges. These centuries-old hedges, planted by the House of Stuart to line a road leading up to Gracehill House, originally served to remind visitors of the family owners of that mansion. Over the years, they have extended their branches across the road to make a unique and almost haunting visage of dynamic plantlife. No one comes through Ballymoney without snapping a picture of this world-renowned natural phenomenon.
This tour also includes the option to explore Belfast’s famous peace wall, brave the crossing of the Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge, and other exciting sights in the north of the island.
Why Choose Wild Rover Tours?
Wild Rover Tours is a family owned and Dublin based tour provider who takes pride in unlocking Ireland’s majestic beauty, ancient traditions, and fascinating heritage to visitors from around the globe. Our dedication for providing the best possible service includes hiring local guides who share both a knowledge and a passion for telling Ireland’s stories.
Reach out today to find out more about the exciting tours available through Wild Rover. Our friendly and professional staff are ready to help you plan your next exciting excursion. Our contact page includes phone numbers, email addresses, and a query form to help you get started.
Let Wild Rover be part of your next amazing Ireland adventure.
It was great to see some more of Northern Ireland - I especially enjoyed the coastal route on the way back to Belfast - quite stunning. Paul, our guide and driver, was a jolly soul and provided useful info and all many of yarns to keep us entertained on our journey. Nice to have some traditional music accompanying the ride up. If you're in Belfast for a long weekend or more do go!
Our guide was Galvin, lovely guy, very helpfull and told us many interesting histories. The Carrick Bridge and Giants Causeway are on my top 10 most beautiful landscape in the World, it's breathtaking.
We went on the Rope bridge and Giants Causeway tour Monday February 26th, 2018. I’m only using the date so hopefully the driver and information guide get the credit they deserve. It goes without saying that this scenic tour will be one of the most beautiful things you see on your trip to Ireland, but they friendliness and informative nature of the staff is world class. They really made it a memorable day and I would recommend this tour to anyone who wants to see norther Ireland’s beauty, and learn some history and culture at the same time.