It was 100 years ago today that the Titanic set sail from Belfast to Southampton.
A new Titanic Museum has opened in Belfast to mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic after she left Southampton in 1912.
The world's biggest Titanic centre has opened with a man from Brighton at front of a queue of hundreds waiting to get inside.
The Titanic Museum in Belfast dedicated to the memory of the tragedy one hundred years ago, and those who died in it - is due to open at 11.30am today.
Our correspondent Mike Pearse is in Belfast at the city's new Titanic attraction which cost £60m. He spoke to Julian Fellowes, writer of ITV's Titanic drama.
He also met Claire Bradshaw, head of marketing at Titanic Belfast, Tim Husbands, the chief executive and Michael Grubb from Southampton who designed the lighting.
Julian Fellowes, writer of ITV1's Titanic and Downton Abbey, is in Belfast to see the city's new attraction dedicated to the Titanic.
Our transport correspondent Mike Pearse has an early peak at the most expensive tribute to Titanic anywhere in the world.