The Pumphouse and neighbouring Thompson Dry Dock, were established in 1911 to serve the massive White Star transatlantic liners Olympic and Titanic. Today, 112 years later, the Pumphouse has become the new home of Titanic Distillers where visitors can witness the workings of the new distillery and learn about Belfast's whiskey tradition, including why it disappeared and how it has now made a comeback for the first time in 90 years.
The historical interior features of the building, including all original pump equipment, have been carefully preserved and are open for viewing as part of the visitor tours. Additionally, a new food and beverage area has been added to the exterior.
Starting at just £10, tours can be booked through www.titanicdistillers.com.