News & Events
‘Glass of Thrones’ installation goes on permanent display in Belfast’s Maritime Mile
Tourism Ireland has gifted its six ‘Glass of Thrones’ stained-glass windows to Maritime Belfast Trust (formerly Titanic Foundation Limited). The windows are now on permanent display in the Titanic Quarter and are part of Belfast’s Maritime Mile. The beautifully crafted windows were installed around Belfast back in 2019 – to showcase and celebrate Northern Ireland…Read more
Titanic Yoga Al Fresco!
We are delighted to launch Titanic Yoga Al Fresco with Suitor Yoga! Join us through the Summer months of July & August for a truly unique Yoga Experience! With the backdrop of some of our most iconic landmarks, Suitor Yoga Al Fresco will leave you re-focused and re-energised, ready for the weekend! Classes will be…Read more
Say Hello to Encon…
Did you know that Titanic Quarter is home to over 100 national and international industrial, commercial and distribution businesses? This month, say hello to one of our longest established businesses within Channel Commercial Park, Encon Insulation and Nevill Long; leading independent UK distributors of thermal and acoustic insulation, fire protection, roofing materials, interior systems and…Read more
Hello Maritime Mile!
Maritime Mile, an initiative by Maritime Belfast Trust the charity responsible for preserving Belfast’s maritime and industrial heritage, has launched ‘Hello Maritime Mile’. A campaign encouraging everyone to take on a post-lockdown adventure by exploring Belfast’s iconic waterfront experience – an outdoor museum of Titanic proportions. With safety guidelines in place for everyone to follow, the…Read more
Titanic Bank Holiday Weekend!
So it’s to going to be a scorcher this weekend! Where better to spend it than on the Maritime Mile! Discover all 20 stops in the Mayday Maritime Mile Treasure Trail – download the map here https://maritime-mile.com/treasure-trail/ Sit in, sit out or takeaway from any of our fantastic retailers – Spar, Subway, Paper Cup and…Read more
RNLI May Day Maritime Mile
The RNLI has launched its Mayday Mile fundraiser as the charity’s rescue figures for 2020, show lifeboats at Northern Ireland’s 10 stations launched 234 times with its volunteer crews bringing 253 people to safety. Eighty-nine of those launches were carried out in the hours of darkness. RNLI lifeguards meanwhile, responded to 225 incidents during the…Read more
Amazon’s Purpose Built Site in TQ
Despite restrictions introduced in March 2020 not all progress ground to a halt. A purpose-built Amazon logistics warehouse was constructed and occupied in Titanic Quarter’s Channel Commercial Park, and subsequently sold to global real estate investor UBS Asset Management (UBS-AM). Titanic Quarter Limited was responsible for the planning, development and construction of Amazon’s state of…Read more
Belfast innovation hub on the near horizon
Belfast City Council and the Maritime Belfast Trust are leading partners in a new €7.9 million European project that aims to transform historic areas across Europe through innovation. Over the next four years, funding from the European Commission – Horizon 2020 – will establish local innovation hubs in eight European cities in countries including Portugal,…Read more
Sounds of the Shipyard Inspire New Maritime Mile Visitor Experience
Maritime Belfast Trust, the Charity that preserves and promotes Belfast’s authentic maritime heritage, has announced that it has been given the green light for SoundYard, an exciting new outdoor interactive visitor experience which will bring to life part of Belfast’s maritime heritage story, along the Maritime Mile, through sound. The experience will be free to…Read more
Christmas in Titanic Quarter
Our Christmas lights switch on was a bit different this year… Santa and his elves appeared quietly to spread a little festive magic in Titanic Quarter. Visit TQ this festive season – Spar, Subway, Paper Cup and The Dock Café have lots of treats on offer. The quarter is beautifully lit from The Arc, SS…Read more