SAGA, the UK's best-selling monthly magazine which serves the needs of those aged 50 and over, has listed Titanic Belfast as one of the most accessible attractions in the UK.
Titanic Belfast has been named on SAGA’s leading accessible attractions list
, joining other prominent attractions, including London Zoo, Tower Bridge, Cadbury World, Royal Yacht Britannia, Edinburgh Castle and Cadbury World.
Our world-class exhibition was noted for its fully accessible galleries, integrated hearing loops and our free carer entrance.
Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Operations, Judith Owens, commented, “Everyday at Titanic Belfast, we work towards providing five-star customer service and ensuring that all our visitors’ access requirements are fully met. We are very proud that we have been recognised on a national level by industry leaders, SAGA, which cater for the over 50 market with over 2.7 million customers, for our accessibility. Yet again, we are delighted to be named as an industry leader alongside established visitor attractions.”
This award adds to our recent accolades as we continue to raise our profile on the national and international stage, having now welcomed over 2.6 million visitors! We've also recently been included in Lonely Planet's Ultimate Travelist of 500 of the world's most striking locations, featuring everything from imposing temples to hidden gems, after only three years in operation and the exhibition has been named the ninth best rated museum in the UK Travellers’ Choice™ awards
, announced by TripAdvisor. Titanic Belfast also notably beat off stiff competition from the Eiffel Tower and London Eye to be been named Europe’s best visitor attraction for groups.
Other Northern Ireland attractions listed by SAGA include: The Giants Causeway and Black Taxi Tours. For more information on accessibility at Titanic Belfast please see here