It's a Titanic giveaway! WIN 2 tickets to the Titanic Belfast next month 6 months ago

It's a Titanic giveaway! WIN 2 tickets to the Titanic Belfast next month

Brought to you by Titanic Belfast

Isn't it time we planned our next adventure?

After all, it's super when we have something to look forward to, helping us to power through the winter months.

So, in celebrating the new year (and a new decade), we've teamed up with Titanic Belfast for a 2020 Titanic giveaway!

We've all heard marvellous feedback in regards to the World's Leading Tourist Attraction 2016. It boasts nine interactive galleries that explore the sights, sounds, smells and stories of Titanic, as well as the city and people who made her.

 

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Belfast’s reputation for building the finest earned Harland & Wolff and their rivals Workman, Clark the accolade ‘Belfast built, is well built.’ Their reputation for building many of the world’s largest liners also extended to the technological innovation and quality of construction of each vessel. The yards incorporated many of the latest ideas and methods in shipbuilding the largest and most impressive of these was the construction of the Arrol Ganty in 1908. By 1912, the combined tonnage output from the two yards exceed 200,000 tons making Belfast one of the most important shipbuilding centres in the world. Pictured here is a rare image of Titanic at the moment of her launch on 31 May 1911.

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Only a 90-minute drive from Dublin, it's the most easily organised day out you could imagine, and one that's a feast for all the senses.

You'll learn all about the thriving industries of the past, see full-scale reconstructions, explore the shipyard and take a peek at some of the original Titanic and White Star Line artefacts.

You'll complete your Titanic Experience by stepping on board the 1911 SS Nomadic, Titanic's original tender ship and last remaining White Star Line vessel, where you'll witness over 100 years of authentic maritime and social history.

 

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Take it all in during your visit. Treat yourselves to lunch at the gorgeous Bistro 401 that serves the very best of Northern Irish produce or relax with a refreshing cup of coffee and a light bite at The Galley Café — both located within the Titanic Belfast building.

You can plan your entire visit right here and find a whole host of exciting things to see.

So, as for those tickets: 2020 tickets will be given away in pairs across Her and JOE, therefore 1010 pairs will be split across both sites, meaning we here at Her have 505 winners to contact next week! How you win, depends on how speedy you are to register. Those who are first to register will be chosen to win.

Well then, to have a chance at getting your hands on two tickets to Titanic Belfast (remember, there are 505 winners who'll get to bring a plus one!), simply fill in our form below, and quick. If you cannot see our form or its submit button, please click here.

Winners will have until February 29 to use their tickets. T&Cs apply.

Brought to you by Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast, a must-see visitor attraction, is located on the exact spot where RMS Titanic was designed, built and launched in Belfast. It's only 90 minutes from Dubin and you can check out titanicbelfast.com/itineraries to book now or to find handy journey plans and itineraries, helping to make the most of your trip.

Keep up to date with Titanic Belfast on Twitter and Facebook, and SS Nomadic on Twitter and Facebook too.