A huge new visitor attraction is opening in Belfast all about the Titanic ship, that tragically sank 100 years ago.
A huge new visitor attraction is opening in Belfast, Northern Ireland, all about the Titanic ship, that tragically sank 100 years ago.
There's a reconstruction of the Titanic’s huge rudder - showing just how massive the ship was!
There are also replicas of what the cabins looked like on board the ship.
It all cost £90 million to make. From the windows, the area in Belfast where the Titanic ship was built can be also seen.
The opening of Titanic Belfast will be followed by the Titanic Festival - commemorating the ship's sinking 100 years ago on 15 April 1912. To see more of the exhibition, check out Blue Peter on 12 April, they'll be taking a closer look! It'll be on at 5.45PM on the CBBC channel.
There'll be galleries telling the Titanic's story, from when the idea for the ship was first thought of in Belfast in the early 1900s, to the sinking in 1912 and then re-discovery of its wreck.
The highlight is this 10,000 piece replica of the Grand Staircase inside the Titanic.
Titanic Belfast includes galleries and reconstructions of what the ship looked like inside. Building work took three years - the same length of time it took to build the Titanic itself.