Titanic Tuesdays

20130121-135738.jpgTITANIC BELFAST, the world’s largest Titanic visitor experience, has teamed up with Translink to make winter Tuesdays a day to look forward to.

From Tuesday, January 22 until Tuesday, April 23, visitors will be treated to special £10 ticket offer which includes entry to the breath-taking Titanic Belfast exhibition, tea or coffee and shortbread.

Titanic Belfast is encouraging customers to travel using Translink service Metro 26 which departs from Wellington Place; or on NI Railways to Titanic Quarter train station. Don’t forget over 60s with a Senior SmartPass can avail of free public transport!

Claire Bradshaw, Head of Sales and Marketing at Titanic Belfast, said: “Titanic Tuesdays offer everyone an opportunity to beat the winter blues and spend a day experiencing the largest Titanic exhibition in the world for just £10. We’ll even heat up our visitors with a nice hot cup of tea or coffee and a scrumptious slice of shortbread.

“It’s a simple journey to the Titanic Quarter by bus or train, from Belfast’s city centre, where visitors can spend several hours enjoying the Titanic exhibition, the slipway on which the greatest ship in history was built, and our superb restaurant and café in the 20,000 square-foot Atrium. Visitors also get a chance to see the amazing Titanic Inquiry Plan which recently became a feature of the Aftermath Gallery, and an exhibit of costumes and props from James Cameron’s TITANIC movie.”

Maura Sloan, Translink Brand Coordinator said: “This is a great opportunity to enjoy an exciting cost effective and hassle-free day out. Our Metro and NI Railways services provide a frequent and convenient way to reach Titanic Quarter and to experience one of Northern Irelands top visitor attractions.”

Titanic Tuesday tickets can be booked online at www.titanicbelfast.com on at Titanic Belfast – last entry for the Titanic exhibition during winter opening hours is 3:20pm. For further information on Translink time-tables, visit www.trankslink.co.uk

Post Author: Belfast Times