Bulit alongside Titanic, the Nomadic’s main role was to carry first and second class passengers from the Port of Cherbourg across the shallow waters out to board the famous liner before she embarked on her maiden voyage.
The Nomadic had a very detailed service life and was employed by other transatlantic liners. Famous guests such as Charlie Chaplin, Marie Curie and Elizabeth Taylor boarded the ship.
Located outside Titanic Belfast, guests can now visit the last remaining White Star vessel and the biggest artefact in the world linked directly to the Titanic.
Group tickets to the Titanic Experience Belfast now include access to the SS Nomadic – groups can now experience two popular attractions with one ticket!
Groups will have to stick to their timeslot for Titanic Belfast but you can either visit the SS Nomadic prior or after as it is not time allocated. Everything is located within close proximity of each other and no major walking distances involved.
January – March & October – December
Monday – Sunday: 11.00 – 17.00
April – May & September
Monday – Sunday: 10.00 – 18.00
June – August
Monday – Sunday: 10.00 – 19.00
30 – 60 minutes approximately