Titanic Honour & Glory exhibition was launched 10 years ago and is a national touring exhibition that prides itself in preserving the history of the Titanic and the White Star Line.
Two Titanic Exhibitions - Honour & Glory Exhibition and Photographic Exhibition
Titanic Honour & Glory contains the largest private collection of White Star Line artefacts anywhere in Scotland. This prestigious collection and ephemera from the legendary shipping Company tells the story of Titanic from construction to her fateful maiden voyage.
‘Titanic: A Photographic Exhibition’ features black and white photographs reproduced from the Harland & Wolff Collection, and is displayed with the kind permission of National Museums Northern Ireland.
Visitors can enjoy some local interest as Titanic-themed junk models are also on display. Earlier this year primary schools throughout Northern Ireland were invited to take part in a competition, organised by Belfast Harbour and the Titanic Foundation, creating Titanic models using household items. The models on show were made by pupils attending Kells & Connor Primary School, St Colmcille’s Primary School and The Diamond Primary School, Cullybackey.