Titanic Trail 2012 Centenary Tour
The Titanic Trail
Cobh (Queenstown) Cork, Ireland, is a fascinating guided tour that explores the town of Cobh
in Cork Harbour which was the last port of call of RMS Titanic.
This Irish heritage walking tour takes visitors through the historic town of Cobh where the buildings, streets and piers have not changed since the Titanic’s sinking nearly 100 years ago.
The entertaining and innovative Titanic Trail has been operating every day since 1998. The one hour escorted tour, with specially trained guides, brings to life the story of Titanic, and the events in the town on the day Titanic left her last anchorage to sail into her icy fate in the North Atlantic.
Cork historian, Dr Michael Martin
, the creator of the Titanic Trail, offers a truly authentic Titanic experience.
About the Centenary Tour
Commodore Hotel, Cobh
€29.95 PP, children under 12 €14.95.
The 2012 Centenary Tour in a special commemoration tour to mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking
of the Titanic, when it struck an iceberg late on the evening of 14th April, to sink beneath the icy waters of the North Atlantic in the early hours of the following morning,15th April 1912.
The Centenary Tour is an enhanced Titanic Trail
, introducing new revealing facts about the Titanic/Cobh connection. The price of the tour includes a special pack of Titanic collectables, including a signed Titanic Booklet, "A Heritage Journey Across the Mists of Time" and a unique print from the Fr. Browne's photographic collection of the Titanic's visit to the Port of Cork.
- Special inclusive pack of unique Titanic collectables
- Original buildings, streets and piers associated with Titanic
- The actual pier where Titanic passengers departed from
- St. Colmans Cathedral
- The Titanic Monument
For more information please contact Michael Martin and visit the Titanic Trail website
How to get there
The Titanic Trail,
+353 21 4815211