Titanic Experience Cobh
Titanic Experience Cobh is located in Casement Square in the heart of Cobh Town.
Cobh is home to the original White Star Line Ticket Office, a building steeped in history dating back to the early 19th century and the departure point for many thousands of White Star Line passengers. When you arrive, check-in at reception and let us tell you the story of those 123 passengers.
Upon check-in you will receive your boarding card. Your boarding card will have the details of one of the 123 passengers who came to the White Star Line Ticket Office on Thursday April 11th 1912. These were the final passengers to join Titanic at her last port of call in Queenstown, Ireland. (Cobh was renamed Queenstown from the period of 1849-1921 in honour of Queen Victoria’s visit to Cobh)
Your personal tour guide will take you on a virtual journey to board the tenders and join Titanic for her maiden voyage to New York
Along this journey you will view the original pier also known as Heartbreak Pier, which was the last point of land contact for the Queenstown passengers.
During your visit, you will experience life aboard Titanic and learn a little about the conditions on board for third and first class passengers.
When disaster strikes, you will experience the chill of the sinking, through a unique cinematographic experience
The guided element of the tour lasts 30 minutes after which you will be free to explore the exhibition area. Here you can interact with a collection of audio visual presentations and story boards exploring the events that led to the tragic sinking. You will also learn about the role of RMS Carpathia in the rescue of the survivors, the outcome of the formal British and US enquiries into the tragedy, the discovery of the wreck and more.
Did you survive? The final element of the experience is located in the story room, where you will learn the fate of you as a passenger and all the other Queenstown passengers. They also feature a selection of interesting artefacts from Carpathia, The Odell Family Collection and some original serving pieces from the White Star Line fleet of the early 20th century.