陌染MMThe museum building is located in the center of the Titanic Quarter, and public transportation is very convenient. It is only 5-10 minutes drive from the George Best City Airport in Belfast and about 30 minutes drive from Belfast International Airport. All major roads are accessible. The standard ticket price is: adult 17.5 pounds, child (5-16 years old) 7.25 pounds, child (under 5 years old) free, family ticket (2 adults, 2 children) £43, special care escorts are free, student/unemployed (Monday-Friday) 12.5 pounds, weekend 14.5 pounds, elderly (over 60 years old) 12.5 pounds, Weekend 14.5 pounds. Children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. The museum's entrance ticket has an admission time, which is a group every 20 minutes. Pounds, euros and UnionPay cards are acceptable, and if you need change, they are all in Pounds. Tickets can be purchased online, or by calling +44 (0) 28 9076 6399, or at the Belfast Visitor Center. Payment with the card online will be charged a fee of £1. Open hours are open every day except December 24-26 days. Opening hours will vary with the season: January-March, October-December: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., April-May, September: 9 a.m.-6 p.m., June-August: 9 a.m.-7 p.m. The museum stops at 1 hour 40 minutes before closing (except for cheap evening tickets). The museum has a souvenir center on the ground floor with a variety of printed souvenirs about the Titanic, which is a bit pricey to see if you need them. There is also a restaurant on the first floor.
sculptorBelfast is the largest city in Northern Ireland. By the early 19th century, Belfast had become a major port. It played a key role in the industrial revolution and became the world's largest flax producer. Shipbuilding is also a key industry. The Harlan and Wolf shipyards that built the RMS Titanic are the largest shipyards in the world.
Belfast has been the capital since the establishment of Northern Ireland in 1921. Here was the scene of various factional conflicts between its Catholic and Protestant populations. In this conflict, these opposing groups are now commonly called Republicans and Loyalists, respectively. Bombing, assassinations and street violence are the background of the whole troublesome life. Since the peace agreement was reached in 1998, the Belfast city centre has been expanded and updated.
juki235Belfast City Hall is the most famous building in the entire Northern Ireland region. It is a typical Gothic building. The green vault is his symbol. The entire city hall is very grand. It is open to the public. You can make an appointment to visit it. It is worthwhile to learn about the history of Northern Ireland.
juki235The Peace Bridge is a beautiful landscape in Belfast. It not only represents a very miserable history, but also represents the hope of the people of Northern Ireland. The walls are filled with various graffiti works, most of which are paintings representing peace in Northern Ireland. Some graffiti works are very moving and worthy of everyone's appreciation.
陌染MMBelfast Castle belongs to the luxurious Scottish architectural style. It was built by the Marquis of Donegal in the 1870s. There is a beautiful garden and a cultural center outside the castle. The cultural center displays some exhibits about the castle for a long time. , The castle is located on Cave Hill and can see the beautiful scenery of Belfast City and Belfast Lake. The castle is an excellent place for meetings, weddings, celebrations and other events. Other facilities in the castle include a wine cellar. Restaurants and wine cellar antique shops. The restaurants here often have private events. When I came, it happened to be a private venue, so I could not go in and visit. Address: Belfast Castle, Antrim Road, Belfast, County Antrim, Belfast, BT15 5GR Route: Take 1B, 1D, 1E, 1F from Upper Queen Street in the city center to Belfast Castle Antrim Road station, 40 minutes by car. Opening hours: Front desk: Sunday and Monday 9:00-18:00, Tuesday to Saturday 9:00-10:30, Castle Shop: 11:00-16:30 Tickets: free
WillSumWhether it is day or night, this building has always been an obvious landmark along the road into the main city along the harbor. You can see this small square along the bridge with various colors at night. The height of the entire clock tower is not bad, but a single one looks like a sketch on the street, watching the people waiting at the bus terminal next to it. Even the clock tower has designed a tunnel to increase the beauty of the building when crossing the road.
Here is the place where Titanic was born.
#belfast is the main city in Northern Ireland which is part of the United Kingdom. The weather was cloudy which is pretty normal for this part of Europe however the town was so green and so nice.
Titanic Belfast - Northern Ireland: This is the world’s largest Titanic experience. I was so exciting when visiting this place and surprised with some small details on the Titanic especially how they decorate the bedroom inside for example. I would call this is my WOW experience!
Visited Titanic Museum in Belfast, Ireland last month. It was a great experience because I got to see the history of Titanic and what's the way to do to experience it where it was originally built. The museum experience was surreal as you'll get to see some items from the ship itself.
After being completely sun-baked in the Mediterranean sun in the Gulf of Adriatic in Montenegro, we bid farewell to this popular small country and fly back to Serbia in the heavy rain. (How small is the airport in Montenegro? We are on the small plane of the propeller that runs from the boarding gate to the apron in the heavy rain.) [haughter])
The road to the airport by car, experienced a special One thing that warms the heart [love]. The two-way single-lane road encounters a turning blind zone of more than 90 degrees. When the two cars turn around, they are both decelerating + pressing, and we are still in danger of "retrograde". When the driver of the second car came over, he gave us a side-by-side gesture. The helper quickly put the car on the side, and then we saw a giant container truck coming across the road and turned a big bend to stick to us. Its gone.
The original two cars were using the deceleration pressure line to force the opposite car to decelerate to protect our safe car [Rose].
This is an instant that is enough for me to love this country, and the people here [love]!
In "Game of Thrones", the two disguised as boys, and a group of night watchmen recruits, escaped from the Junlin City along a path filled with medieval mystery and darkness.
I didnt expect it when I watched the drama. Such a scene of magical super-like CG synthesis turned out to be a real existence. A mountain road with beech trees on both sides near the town of Amoyi. . Not only "Game of Thrones", "Transformers 5"
Compared to the bright International Wall, the Peace Wall in the area between Westside Falls and Shankill Road is obviously bleak, and there are few other pedestrians on the street except tourists. These six-seven-meter-high, 15-million-high walls were used to isolate Catholic and Protestant settlements, and were the most conflicting places in Belfast in The Troubles.
After the peace agreement reached at the end of the last century, the smoke was exhausted and calmed down. Just like the Berlin Wall, people began to express different values and pray for peace through graffiti. Looking at these guns, soldiers, and peace pigeons, we will have more personal thinking about wars and peace, which seem to be far from the long-standing human major propositions.
However, according to the plan of the Northern Ireland authorities, around 2023, the Peace Wall will also face the same fate of the Berlin Wall - it was dismantled. So, its still early to go!
The love between Jack and Rose, the classic pose of the two with open arms at the bow, and the melodious "My heart will go on"... is the impression most people have on the dream ship Titanic. Although it may be a bit unexpected, the world's most famous luxury ship was born in the Harland & Wolff shipyard in Belfast.
100th anniversary of the sinking accident In 2012, on the site of the construction and launch of the Titanic, an angular silver building was built. It looks like a ship's bow, and looks like a glacier from a distance. . This is the Titanic Museum, the most frequent attraction on Northern Ireland's postcards today.
Titanic has been recorded from design, construction, sea to shipwreck. Every time in the past and present, it is recorded here. In 9 interactive exhibition halls, it takes at least 3 hours to finish. Rather than visiting a museum, it is better to join a trip to the Titanic, and to face the footsteps of time, become a member of more than 15,000 shipbuilders in the clink of the hammer, enjoying the first place in singing and dancing. The welfare of the cabin passengers, in the rushing call for help, crossed the Titanic under the Atlantic Ocean in April 1912...
The Albert Memorial Clock, the Gothic clock tower built in 1867, is one of Belfast's landmarks and is particularly eye-catching.
This Albert is not someone else. It is Queen Victoria's husband and cousin, Prince Albert. This is not a rare situation in the royal family. Queen Victoria seems to really love her husband who died young, and to give him a memorial tower everywhere, this clock tower is one of them.
Look carefully, the sculptures and patterns on the clock tower are very beautiful, and every time the whole point, there will be a very penetrating bell. Unfortunately, due to the problem of settlement of the foundation, the bell tower began to tilt after it was built, so it was laughed at by the locals as the leaning tower of Belfast.
Don't look up at the clock tower. In fact, the underground passage that is easily missed at the foot is also worth a special trip. The walls in the passage are full of graffiti, which is very suitable for taking pictures. Occasionally through a few locals, the picture looks particularly cinematic.