Where the future finds its feet

The tragic end of the RMS Titanic in 1912 overshadowed the innovation that happened within and skill of its home port at Belfast’s shipyard. The opening of the Titanic Quarter in 2012 and ICC Belfast’s £30 million extension in 2016 celebrates these achievements and began a new era for Northern Ireland and its capital city. Now full of life, arts and industries, Belfast's young population are driving a new wave of innovation.


Getting here

  • Belfast is home to two airports. Belfast International Airport receives flights from Europe and North America whilst the George Best Belfast City Airport handles intra-UK flights. 
  • London is 1 hour 10 minutes away by plane. 

ICC Belfast


The award-winning ICC Belfast is Northern Ireland’s only purpose built international convention centre with versatile event space for exhibitions, conferences and business events. This flexible venue can accommodate up to 2,000 delegates theatre-style and is a five minute walk from Central Station in the heart of the city.

ICC Belfast

Titanic Exhibition Centre


The Titanic Exhibition Centre is Belfast's newest large-scale exhibition centre boasting 5,000 sq metres of open event space. It sits opposite the Titanic Studios in the heart of the city’s thriving Titanic Quarter, one of the world’s largest urban-waterfront regeneration projects.

Titanic Exhibition Centre
02 Jan 2020(last updated)

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