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06 April 2017

Wanted: Titanic Belfast Seeks Junior Explorers!

Titanic Belfast, the World’s Leading Tourist Attraction, is once again on the lookout for its latest recruits – two child reviewers for 2017/18!

As Junior Explorers the two lucky children find gainful employment and get to experience all Titanic Belfast has to offer for free – for an entire year – whilst casting their eye over its child friendly offering to ensure it remains world-class. And the best bit - parents and siblings get to tag along too to the world’s largest Titanic Experience, which has now welcomed over 3.5 million visitors.
If your child is …

- Inquisitive
- Enthusiast
- Over the age of 5 and under the age of 13 (as of May 2017)
- with a nose for a story
- as well as an interest in Belfast’s history, the sea or Titanic’s story!
they could be Titanic Belfast’s next Junior Explorer.

Last year, Thomas Costello and Cora Walsh spent the year as Titanic Belfast’s Junior Explorers and reviewed Titanic Belfast brand new kids audio guide, family trail, met the mascots, hopped on board SS Nomadic and were the first to experience Titanic Belfast’s Summer Exhibition and its Magical Christmas Experience.

This Easter, on top of exploring the sights, sounds, smells and stories of Titanic, as well as the City and people which made her, Titanic Belfast and SS Nomadic will also have an egg-cellent Easter Trail, special kids offers in the Bistro and a special Easter Sunday Afternoon Tea (16th March).

To enter, please download the form from www.titanicbelfast.com, getting your child or you (depending on age) to specify why they should be the Junior Explorer and return it by email to competitions@titanicbelfast.com or by post to Junior Explorer, Titanic Belfast, 1 Olympic Way, Queen’s Road, Belfast, BT39EP before May 3, 2017.

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