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Posted: 11.08.2020  ·  #1
thinking of heading up to see titanic quarter anyone any advice about Parking with the motorhome, thanks in advance


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Posted: 11.08.2020  ·  #2
Check the MHC Club site for a Location that is handy. Don’t think you will get anything in the dock area, assuming you are staying overnight.


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sorry should have made it a bit clearer, going to stay overnight somewhere else and then drive to titanic quarter and then park the van.


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Posted: 11.08.2020  ·  #4
There is a big car park opposite the SSE arena, but half is now being used as a Covid test centre. Still plenty of room. There are other car parks closer to the centre but I can’t comment on their space for a Motorhome.

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Posted: 12.08.2020  ·  #5
There is a car park opposite the Titanic hotel (pay and display) which is a two minute walk to the Titanic centre


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Posted: 12.08.2020  ·  #6
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sorry should have made it a bit clearer, going to stay overnight somewhere else and then drive to titanic quarter and then park the van.


If you can get the bus from where you are staying it might save you the hassle of Parking as there is a stop again at the hotel

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Posted: 13.08.2020  ·  #8
thats exactly where we parked! nice and handy and not to packed early morning, also we stayed overnight in loughshore motorhome/caravan park, small but nice and handy.

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