Titanic Experience Cobh
Nestled in the heart of Cobh heritage town, Titanic Experience Cobh is located in the original White Star Line Ticket office, which was the departure point for the final 123 passengers who boarded the Titanic.
The Titanic Visitor Experience
On arrival, visitors are given a replica boarding card for one of the 123 passengers who boarded the ill-fated liner from Cobh (formally known as Queenstown) in 1912. This gives them the unique opportunity to follow in the footsteps of their very own passenger as they learn more about the local connection to the legendary Titanic. A skilled tour guide will take you around the building as you experience the anticipation passengers would have felt as they waited to board the luxurious liner. With replica set designs and help from virtual tour guide Fourth Officer Boxhall, visitors get a truly immersive experience.
Following the tour, you enter a self-guided exhibition area where audio-visual exhibits bring different elements of the tragedy to light. There are a number of insightful exhibits on the sinking and subsequent discovery of the wreckage as well as some passenger stories to explore the human element of the tragedy. Finally, before you leave, touch the screens in the story room to find out more about your passenger, who they were, why they were on Titanic and if they survived the sinking of the ship.
The tour will take approximately one hour to complete
Disabled access is available at the Titanic Experience Cobh and there is coach parking available at the front of the building.
Titanic Experience Cobh For Schools
Titanic Experience Cobh has been designed to be educational, engaging and informative and the tour is tailored to suit the ages of each group that visit. The use of an immersive studio, interactive quizzes, virtualisation, video, audio and storytelling is used to fully engage students.
Primary School and Secondary School Tours
The price for school groups is €5.50 per child.
The tour will take approx. 1 hour to go around
They also have a number of school tour packages in conjunction with other activity providers in the area in order to make it easier for booking full day or half day tours.
Titanic Experience Cobh has been designed to be educational, engaging and informative and the tour is tailored to suit the ages of each group that visit. The use of an immmersive studio, interactive quizzes, virtualisation, video, audio and story telling is used to fully engage students.
Find Out More Information with their School Tour Pack
Titanic Experience Cobh Opening Hours
Summer Opening Hours (May to September) 9:00am to 6:00pm (last tour 5:15pm)
Winter Opening Hours (January to April) 10:00 am to 5:30 pm (last tour at 4:45 pm)
Tours run every 15 minutes throughout the day.
Titanic Experience Cobh Admission
- Senior/Student (With Valid ID)
- Family (2 Adults & 2 Children)
- Family (2 Adults & 3 Children)
You can book online here through our booking link directly to the Titanic Experience Cobh ticket sales
For Group Bookings please contact us on +353 21 4814412 or email [email protected]
Directions To The Titanic Experience Cobh
From Cork City
From Kent Railway Station Cork City Centre
- Continue on N8 on lower Glanmire Road
- Pass Silversprings Hotel
- At Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the N8 (signposted Dublin)
- At Dunkettle Interchange continue onto the N25 (signposted Rosslare)
- Branch Left at Tullagreine Junction (Signposted for Cobh), then at Roundabout take the 4th exit over bridge, at next roundabout take 1st exit signposted Cobh on the R624
- Pass Fota Wildlife Park
- Road Veers Right after Bridge
- Pass Cross River Ferry
- On Entering Cobh Town Park is on the right.
- Titanic Experience Cobh is next Building on the Right.
From Dublin / Limerick
Join the M8 Motorway to Cork
At Dunkettle Interchange (At Jack Lynch Tunnel) (Jct 19) roundabout take the 1st exit onto the N25 (signposted Rosslare)
Continue Forward and Merge with the N25
Branch Left at Tullagreine Junction (Signposted for Cobh), then at Roundabout take the 4th exit over bridge, at next roundabout take 1st exit signposted Cobh on the R624
Pass Fota Wildlife Park
Road Veers Right after Bridge
Pass Cross River Ferry
On Entering Cobh Town Park is on the right.
Titanic Experience Cobh is next Building on the Right