Titanic Quarter is definitely one of the world’s biggest urban/waterfront projects. Located exactly where the famous Titanic was designed and built. Nowadays it is a futuristic mix of retail, education, tourism, commercial and residential space. In fact, 18 thousand people currently reside, study and work in Titanic Quarter and 1 million visitors attend it every year. There are many things to do for visitors: attend Titanic Exhibition Centre, ride on a Wee Tram or dine in a historical place.
Titanic Quarter is easily accessible by any transport you wish to choose.
By train and tube: the closest station is Titanic Quarter Halt, located within approximately 10 minutes of walking distance from your destination.
By bus: Translink runs a couple of bus routes that will take you to Titanic Quarter. Services are running from Wellington Place each 12 (25 at off peak times) minutes. You will need buses 26, 26b and 26c as well as Airport Express 600 service to get to the place.
By car: Titanic Quarter is easily accessed through the Sydenham bypass or the M3. All you need to do is to follow the signs for the Odyssey Arena.
International: it is very easy to get to the Titanic Quarter from Belfast International Airport via M2 motorway. Your journey will take 22 minutes. However, it will take you only 9 minutes if you are getting to the place from the George Best Belfast City Airport via Sydenham By-Pass/A2.
Titanic Quarter offers a car park with 520 parking spots which includes designated area for the blue badge holders.
Access for people with special needs
All four entrances have levelled access. All the galleries and circulation spaces are fully accessible. There are two lifts that take guests to the higher levels. In addition to that, there are 12 accessible toilets on all levels. The establishment provides facilities for those who are blind or partially sighted and those with hearing loss.
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