Check out our answers to your most regularly asked questions
We recommend you allow at least 1 hour for your visit to Titanic Experience. You will spend approximately 40 minutes with one of our knowledgeable guides, who will share stories of our passenger’s journey on board the Titanic from when it arrived in Cobh to its tragic sinking just three days later. Following the guided tour, you will visit our exhibition area dedicated to the individual triumphs and tragedies of passengers; you will discover the smells, the sounds, the sights and the stories of the ship! The exhibit area is non-guided, and guests are free to explore at their leisure.
You will! We can provide audio guides in 6 languages. German, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese and Polish.
We strongly recommend booking your visit in advance to secure an available time slot for you or your group, particularly during the busy summer season. Walk-in tickets are sold subject to availability. It is important to arrive at least 15 minutes before the time of your booking.
Once your tickets have been purchased, the booking is non-changeable and non-refundable except at the absolute discretion of Titanic Experience Cobh Ltd. Please read our Terms and Conditions for more information.
Our tours start on time as part of our booking process. Unfortunately, later tours will have been purchased by other customers. We cannot guarantee you a place on the subsequent tour if you arrive late.
Tours run every 15 minutes during the summer season and every 30 minutes during the winter season.
Summer Opening Hours
(Summer Opening Hours are often extended during the busy months of July & August)
April 1 – September 30: 17:00h
Winter Opening Hours
October 1 – March 31: 16:30h
Yes, it is a family-friendly tourist attraction and appeals to all age groups. We are reviewed 4.5 out of 5 by Family Review (My Kids Time). Please note we do not charge for under 4’s.
No, but there is on-street parking in the town (€1 per hour). There are also 2 ‘free to park all day’ car parks within walking distance of the visitor centre. Follow the ‘P’ signs as you approach the town. Please be aware that you should add 30 minutes extra to your arrival time, particularly during the busy summer season.
Yes. The wheelchair and pram entrance is accessed by a ramp on the right-hand side of the building. We have a small lift to take you to the main reception area where everything from this is on a single level and accessible for wheelchairs and prams. Unfortunately we do not supply wheelchairs.
Yes. Our careers allowance provides a 20% discount to the person travelling with a special needs guest. Please call us on (021) 4814412 to receive your careers discount.
Yes, but video recording is not allowed.
Yes, the gift shop is open to all. You can access the Gift Store behind the main reception desk.
Yes, Gift Cards can be purchased online or in person at our main reception desk. These are valid for 12 months from purchase and can be redeemed against tickets or spent in our Gift Store.
We offer easy-to-use tax-free shopping to our international visitors from outside the European Union.
Our staff, visitors, and community’s health and safety is our top priority. We continually update and change our safety procedures to comply with the latest public health guidelines. At present we have no restrictions on entry and continue to operate regular sanitation procedures..
For the comfort of all guests, pets or animals (with the exception of guide dogs and hearing dogs) are not permitted in Titanic Experience Cobh.