Titanic Belfast

There is something for every event organiser, offering a diverse and versatile selection of spaces across the beautifully restored SS Nomadic or in Titanic Belfast's unique building. What I wasn’t prepared for was the wave of emotion that hit me looking over the Belfast Lough and listening to the commentary describing the two life-size outlines of Titanic and Olympic's main deck embedded into the slipways below, certainly a heritage site packed with history and emotion. Having personally managed an event here, during my time as a freelance event manager, I can personally vouch that it delivered everything required for an outstanding event.

Looking for a unique venue within an hour of London, then this could be a perfect fit! Titanic Belfast is a visitor attraction opened in 2012, a monument to Belfast's maritime heritage on the site of the former Harland & Wolff shipyard in the city's Titanic Quarter where the RMS Titanic was built.

But don't just take our word for it, we also caught up with Stacy Feeney of Titanic Belfast to find out some info about this amazing venue in the historic Belfast Docklands Check it out here:

Address: 1 Olympic Way, Queen's Road, Titanic Quarter, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT3 9EP
Conference Sales Contact:
Sales team
Tel: +44 (0)28 9046 7309
[email protected]

Distance and time from nearest airport:

2.5 miles/7 mins from George Best Belfast City Airport

Distance and time from nearest railway station:

1.3 miles/25 min walk from Titanic Quarter Train Station

Titanic Belfast has 520 secure, underground parking spaces. Parking charges begin at £2 for the first hour and £1 per hour thereafter. Titanic Belfast has two charging points for electric cars in the underground car park on Level -1 which can be used free of charge.

Where do coaches drop off / pick up at venue:
A coach drop off point and parking is available and will be arranged via the Events Team.


Titanic Belfast provides free guest Wi-Fi internet access throughout the building.

Titanic Belfast is located on the site where Titanic was built and launched. With views over the spectacular slipways and Belfast Lough, the venue boats a truly historic and unique offering.

Its a world-leading tourist attraction and home to multiple event spaces. Established in 2012, this signature project has long established itself as one of the city’s leading venues for conferences and events. Belfast has something to offer any event organiser, from large association and corporate events to intimate meetings and dinners. The accomplished team guarantee a seamless and memorable experience for guests with truly five-star service.

Its events have gone from strength to strength over the past ten years, having hosted over 3,000 business and leisure events including G8 Summit Reception, BBC Sports Personality of the Year, BBC’s Biggest Weekend, Giro d’Italia Big Start and conferences across an array of sectors including Routes Europe 2017, European Federation of Animal Science to the World Conference of Credit Unions.

Its central location in Titanic Quarter makes it highly accessible. Titanic Belfast is just 2.5 miles from George Best Belfast City Airport, 30 minutes from Belfast International Airport and 90 minutes from Dublin Airport.

Titanic Hotel Belfast is located just meters from Titanic Belfast which offers 118 luxury nautical themed bedrooms. More info here: https://www.titanichotelbelfast.com/

Within the Titanic Belfast building there's lots to see and do:

Souvenir store with an exclusive range of clothing, gifts and unique memorabilia

The Titanic Experience is a self-guided tour which extends over nine interactive galleries where you discover the sights, sounds, smells and stories of the ship, as well as the people and city that made her.

The Discovery Tour is a one hour enthralling outdoor guided walk with roaming headset. Hear why and how the ship was built, what happened in its final hours and the tragic personal stories that are forever intertwined in the legend.

Choose from a range of refreshments at Titanic inspired outlets…..

Places to eat:
The Galley Café, open daily 10am – 4pm. The Express Food Bar offers a 'grab and go' offering using local and seasonal produce, with a selection of soups and sandwiches, traditional sweet pastries and baked goods available each day.

The Pantry, open seasonally. Inspired by The Pantry on board White Star Line vessels where passengers ate together in a sociable setting, the restaurant showcases the very best of local seasonal Northern Ireland produce all freshly prepared by the Chef team.

Hickson’s Point, open seasonally. The destination bar Hickson’s Point offers an authentic 1900’s public house setting, serving up the spirit of the shipyard with traditional music, entertainment, heritage décor and locally produced food.

In terms of accessibility – Titanic Belfast are proud to be consistently recognised as industry leaders on a local, national and international level for their accessibility standards. As recognised ambassadors, they are continually working to further develop their five-star customer service by ensuring that all visitors' access requirements are not only fully met but exceeded.

So much choice for event spaces here including:

Titanic Suite, Britannic Suite and Olympic Suite – Level 5
The Bridge – Level 6
Andrews Gallery – Level 2
SS Nomadic – Located in Hamilton Dock, overlooking the Titanic Belfast building.
TEC Belfast - 17 Queens Rd, Belfast BT3 9DU
The Slipways – Area outside Titanic Belfast

Meeting Space Highlights

Conference and Banqueting Suites: The Titanic Suites: Titanic Suite, Olympic Suite and Britannic Suite. The Bridge

Can be hired individually or all together for breakout rooms or separate dining options.

Location: Level 5 & 6, Titanic Belfast building.
Best use for room: Conference, dinners, gala dinners, exhibitions or award ceremonies. Capacity for intimate dinner parties of 20 to large-scale receptions for 2,000 guests.
Décor/Design features: Located on the top floors of Titanic Belfast, the Titanic Suites offer world-class event facilities with stunning views over the Titanic Slipways and Belfast Lough, where the world-famous liner was designed, built and launched. Featuring a replica of the liner's Grand Staircase - the perfect backdrop for photographs and speeches, the Titanic Suite caters for up to 800 guests.

Natural daylight, complimentary WiFi, pillar free, integrated AV, onsite parking, easy air & transport access, world class hospitality.

Natural light: Yes
Size: Sq.M: Titanic Suite: 710 sqm, Olympic Suite: 253 sqm, Britannic Suite: 181 sqm, The Bridge: 228 sqm
Reception: Titanic Suite: 800, Olympic Suite: 250, Britannic Suite: 200, The Bridge: 200
Theatre: Titanic Suite: 750, Olympic Suite: 200, Britannic Suite: 90, The Bridge: 100
Cabaret: Titanic Suite: 350, Olympic Suite: 112, Britannic Suite: 80, The Bridge: 80
Dinner: Titanic Suite: 550, Olympic Suite: 140, Britannic Suite: 100, The Bridge: 90
Location: Titanic, Olympic & Britannic Suites, Level 5. The Bridge, Level 6 Titanic Belfast building.
AV Equipment included: Yes


Additional Events Spaces: The Andrews Gallery, The Grand Atrium, Hickson’s Point, SS Nomadic

The Andrews Gallery: Level 2, Titanic Belfast building.
The Grand Atrium: Ground Floor, Titanic Belfast building
Hickson’s Point: On the Plaza, meters outside Titanic Belfast
SS Nomadic: In front of Titanic Belfast building

Best use for room:
The Andrews Gallery: Ideally suited to conferences, exhibitions and less formal dinner events or city weddings.
The Atrium: Perfect for drinks receptions, welcome or registration area, or cultural performances.
Hickson’s Point: Ideal for private lunch or dinners.
SS Nomadic: Ideal for private lunch or dinners, live music venue.

Décor/Design features

The Andrews Gallery
The Andrews Gallery offers a contemporary contrast to the Titanic Suites with distinctive views of the original Harland & Wolff Drawing Offices where Titanic was designed. This space provides a blank canvas which can be easily customised to create bespoke events.

The Atrium
At the heart of Titanic Belfast is the impressive 20,000 square foot central atrium. The soaring five story space is inspired by the scaffolding, gantries and cranes that surrounded Titanic and Olympic as they sat on the slipways.

Hickson’s Point
The destination bar Hickson’s Point offers an authentic 1900’s public house setting, serving up the spirit of the shipyard with traditional music, entertainment, heritage décor and locally produced food.

SS Nomadic
Tender to RMS Titanic and the last remaining White Star Line ship in the world! Restored to her original glory and back home in Belfast's historic Hamilton Dock. Come on board and experience over 100 years of authentic maritime and social history.

Natural daylight, complimentary WiFi, pillar free, integrated AV, onsite parking, easy air & transport access, world class hospitality.

Natural light: Yes
Size: SqM: The Andrews Gallery: 491 sqm, The Atrium: sqm, Hickson’s Point: sqm, SS Nomadic: sqm
Reception: The Andrews Gallery: 350, The Atrium: 650
Theatre: The Andrews Gallery: 180
Cabaret: The Andrews Gallery: 176
Dinner: The Andrews Gallery: 200, Hickson’s Point: , SS Nomadic: 200
Location: Level 2, Titanic Belfast building.
AV Equipment included: Yes


Large Scale Events Spaces – TEC Belfast and The Paddock & Titanic Slipways

Also located in the heart of the city’s thriving is Titanic Quarter, the TEC is a 6,000 sqm exhibition centre for large-scale events, exhibitions and trade shows in Belfast.

The largest dedicated exhibition space in Belfast. At 6,000 square meters the TEC is the only city centre venue in Belfast with the capacity to host major international exhibitions.

The Paddock and Slipways is a 35,000 sqm outdoor event space available for large scale events and festivals. It is located on the exact spot where the legendary Titanic was built and launched. It boasts views of the iconic Titanic Belfast building, the former Headquarters of Harland & Wolff (now the luxury hotel Titanic Hotel Belfast), and Belfast’s famous yellow cranes, Samson and Goliath.

Location: TEC Belfast: 17 Queens Rd, Belfast BT3 9DU
Titanic Slipways: Located at the back of the Titanic Belfast building and on the very spot Titanic and Olympic were built.
Best use for room:
TEC Belfast: Large scale exhibitions, trade shows, major community and sporting events for 6,000 visitors, as well as large scale banquets for 3,000 people.
The Titanic Slipways: Large outdoor event space for sporting or cultural events

TEC Belfast
With its positioning in the footprint of the iconic Titanic Belfast and Titanic film studios, the flexible venue comes complete with reception space, café facilities, washrooms and an organiser’s office, and is suitable for a wide range of exhibitions and events.

Its close proximity to city centre hotels, restaurants and other event venues, coupled with ample outdoor exhibition space, onsite hospitality, excellent road, rail and air access and over 2,000 car parking spaces, it is perfect for local, national and international events alike.

The Slipways & Paddock
The iconic 35,000sqm site at Titanic Belfast with the famous Harland & Wolff Drawing Offices and the landmark Samson and Goliath Cranes as a backdrop, the Slipways bring together Belfast’s strong industrial and maritime history and Northern Ireland’s resurgent future to create a unique outdoor venue space for 35,000 people.

Steeped in history, this is the perfect location for open-air events looking for an iconic backdrop.

Natural light: TEC Belfast: No, Slipways: Outdoor event space
Size: Sq.M: TEC Belfast: 6,000 sqm, Slipways: 35,000 sqm
Reception: TEC Belfast: 6,000, Slipways: 35,000
Dinner: TEC Belfast: 3,000
AV Equipment included: Yes

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