Why do you have timed entry?
Timed tickets reduce the time you need to queue. It also assists with visitor flows in the exhibition space.
How long can I stay in the exhibition?
You can stay as long as you like. Please allow a minimum of one hour; most visitors will want to stay for one to two hours. Please refer to the daily closing time for Titanic on the exhibition homepage. Once you have left the exhibition space you cannot re-enter.
Is there a guided tour of the exhibition?
No. It is a self-guided experience. However, you can hire an audio tour for both Adults and Children.
What is the definition of a concession?
Full time student with identification (over 16 years of age)
Health Care Card
International Student Card
Can I take photos in the exhibition?
No - photography and filming is not permitted in the exhibition due to conservation and copyright issues.
There will be an authorised photographer available outside the exhibition (additional charges apply).
What if I want family tickets, gift vouchers, group bookings or Companion Card related bookings?
All advanced tickets have now sold out. Bookings are no longer available. Limited tickets are available for purchase, in person, on the day only. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment. Gift vouchers and Companion Cards must be presented when purchasing tickets. Tickets are subject to availability.
Are prams allowed in the exhibition?
Yes, standard prams are allowed, but as the exhibition seeks to replicate the dimensions of the Titanic corridors, double prams and extra wide buggies will not fit. These may be exchanged for single width prams on site (subject to availability).
How is the museum preserving the artefacts?
There are many measures including climate-controlled display cases, regular condition checks and surveillance cameras.