Published Thursday, 05 April 2012
Titanic Belfast has sold our for the next two weeks. (© Pacemaker)
The next available date to tour the newly opened building, which houses numerous exhibitions related to the historic passenger liner, is 16 April.
"We always knew that Easter was going to be a busy time as we celebrated the opening, but we're thrilled at the fantastic response from the public and the positive feedback we're getting," CEO Tim Husbands said.
"I'm particularly delighted by the large number of visitors from outside Northern Ireland who have come through Titanic Belfast's doors."
We’re completely sold out until 16 April, but we will be open all year round. In fact, the only days we close are Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
Tim Husbands, Titanic Belfast
Visitors to the city will still be able to soak up the atmosphere though, with a host of Titanic-related events.
"This week we're celebrating the opening of Titanic Belfast and the city's legacy as one of the greatest centres of shipbuilding which the world has ever seen," Ali Curran, Titanic Belfast's Festival Director, said.
"Over the Easter weekend, visitors will have the added enjoyment of an international market and street theatre acts which have never performed in Northern Ireland before."
Mr Husbands added: "While this weekend is very much a celebration of the men who built Titanic and the Titanic Belfast opening, next weekend - which marks the centenary of Titanic's sinking - will be a time for reflection."