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Titanic Experience Cobh

20 Roger Casement Square | White Star Line Building, Cobh, Ireland
+353 21 481 4412
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Titanic Experience Cobh is a permanent visitor centre, located in the original White Star Line Ticket Office in the centre of Cobh town (formally known as Queenstown) in what was the departure point for the final 123 passengers who boarded the Titanic. Our visitor experience is presented in two parts. The first is an exciting immersive audio visual tour retracing the steps of the 123 passengers who boarded Titanic from Queenstown on April 11th 1912. Experience their anticipation of the long journey ahead and their new life waiting in America. With Fourth Officer Boxall as your virtual guide and using innovative audio visual technology and replica set designs, ‘passengers’ will experience what life would have been like on board for those 123 Queenstown Passengers. Passengers will share the excitement of boarding the most Luxurious liner of her time and feel the horror of the tragedy on that fateful night on the 15th April 1912.
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20 Roger Casement Square | White Star Line Building, Cobh, Ireland
+353 21 481 4412

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I have been fascinated by the Titanic story since I was a little girl....I'm 36 now! So when I heard there was the chance to go and visit the place where the Titanic made her last port of call I jumped at the chance. There...More

Thank gem81280
Reviewed 3 days ago

I hate to write this honest review, but was so disappointed with Titanic experience. I thought it was a lot better a few years ago,

Thank cazcole22
Reviewed 3 days ago

Caught the train from Cork to Cobh & the museum is right next door. Very interesting & well laid out. The usual shop & cafe to round off the time spent here.

Thank Carol W
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The place is done up great. Small building which was the last stop of the mighty Titanic. Loved the way they have done up the tour by giving passenger names to the visitors. Worth a visit if u in Cork County

Thank Amit K
Reviewed 4 days ago

I am obsessed with anything Titanic related, so of course my friend and I had to visit this attraction during our stopover in Cobh, formerly Queenstown. Although it was more of a small museum exhibit than an "experience," it was still very neat to be...More

Thank carolime
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We had a great time on this tour. It was short and sweet. The guides let was to the point and kept the interest of the 5 kids (5-11yrs). Plenty time at the end to find out more at the interactive exhibition. Well worth it...More

Thank Soz3
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This experience was disappointing it could be so much more considering its connection to Titanic history. Didn't capture the imagination and was a basic show and tell. Screening of film was uncomfortable having to stretch your neck to watch a mediocre film. The tour guide...More

Thank maroirland
Reviewed 6 days ago

It has a lot of interesting things to show. It has great tvs and other devices, like the interactive photo albums, story-tellers and some kind of an old telephone. Very nice stories tot tell, too.

Thank Cristina R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Knowing Cobh was the last stop before that fateful voyage, made it quite eerie walking in the same building and standing on the same back deck those fateful passengers did. Interesting, emotional and a must see/do when in Cobh, especially if you are into all...More

Thank ForeverYoung50
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Wonderfully presented, guided initially then time to view exhibits and take time to read the various passenger stories. This is a "must" if visiting Cobh....such a comprehensive, interesting and touching "attraction", if that is the correct word to describe...and all so sensitively conveyed in its...More

Thank Vivienne G
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Celina F
21 July 2017|
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Response from jabnolla | Reviewed this property |
Definitely. We were a walk in at the last moment. The visit is guided at the beginning with very interesting accounts and explanations so there may be a limit of people per group and thus a wait. But we did not wait at all... More
11 April 2017|
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Response from Titanic Experie... T | Property representative |
Hi Rena, Thank you for your enquiry. Our visitor attraction is wheelchair accessible. We have a permanent ramp outside the building as well as a motorized ramp inside the building, located at our side entrance (as opposed... More
Dan M
24 January 2017|
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Response from Titanic Experie... T | Property representative |
Titanic Experience Cobh Tells the personal stories of the 123 Irish passengers who boarded Titanic on her last stop at Cobh (then Queenstown). It is based in the original white star line ticket office building.