The Odyssey Complex is a sports and entertainment complex located within the Titanic Quarter in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
The complex originated in 1992 and came into fruition in June 1998. It opened in December 2000, with expansions opening in March and May 2001. The complex consists of: a multipurpose arena, science centre and shopping centre. The shopping centre houses a movie theatre and bowling alley, alongside a selection of restaurants.
|Monday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||12:00 – 6:00 PM|
Ashley McDowell | May 2, 2018
Held my children's birthday party here in April 2018. £16 a head for all day access, time in the space bot play area, food and party bags. More than I would usually pay but it was well worth the money. A friendly party coordinator was on hand to ensure the smooth running of the party, keeping everything on time. We decided to have the party last three hours, as anyone who's held a children's party before knows it can be hard to keep them entertained. What we discovered instead was we could have easily spent more time here as three hours simply wasn't enough time to see everything. The children all thoroughly enjoyed themselves and the food. My children can't wait to go back and see all the things they missed. I would highly recommend this place for birthday parties (of children aged between 3 and 11 I think) which can easily be booked via their website.
Claire Verner | Apr 22, 2018
Brilliant day out for adults and kids. Our toddlers loved it as did mum and dad. Very interesting and interactive. staff very friendly. Just a bit expensive, we were not told on arrival that space base (soft play area) was not included in the admission fee even though the marketing videos hint it is.
Aidan Markey | Apr 19, 2018
Excellent for children and adults of all ages. There's something here for everybody. Plenty of parking, which isn't overly expensive. Close to cinema, restaurants and Titanic Quarter. Beside SSE Airtricity Arena also. Would highly recommend W5. Also has a soft play area.
John Totten | May 5, 2018
Loved it. Always plenty for the kids to do. Good science shows also and plenty of places to get a coffee. Lots of other places nearby to get meals. Look forward to going again.
Alison Masson | Apr 2, 2018
Normally 5 stars. Not today. Three grandsons aged 7 -12 very upset right now at crowds - big queues for their favourite things. Safety a nightmare on stairs and lily pods climbing frame. DO NOT COME HERE TODAY. Years and frustration ruining this visit for Scottish visitors who love coming normally when on holidays here.
Phil Pierce | May 30, 2018
We went with 4 and 7 year old boys with a plan of staying for an hour before heading off to the BBC Biggest Music Weekend. We couldn't get them out of the place and we're there til it closed. There was so much to see and do for all of us and my 7 year old is already clamouring to go back. My favourite bit was the graffiti simulator and the virtual animal experience but it was all amazing.
Wawrzyniec Wawro | Jun 3, 2018
This place is awesome! We've spent there whole day and there still were things to do and that we wanted to do. As it came out the last interesting part was the space play centre, kids got bored there after 10 minutes and had to wait for us to finish the coffee before coming back to the do space. I will definitely come back to this place year after year as kids will grow they'll definitely discovery something else every time. Bring some food with you, as you will get hungry and you won't want to lose time for ordering and eating in the coffee shop. I would strongly recommend for families with kids at any age!!!
The Comfy Geek | May 13, 2018
We take our daughters (5 and 10) to W5 a few times a year. They love it. Always great events happening and if the event is something your kids won't enjoy, then there are plenty of experiences through out the building. You can spend many hours playing and learning.
Tim Sharp | May 25, 2018
Took the kids having not been there for about 4 years. All seems a little dated now. A lot of the tech is superceded by a basic mobile phone. It was okay, but not really worth the entrance fee plus parking fee. Will not be rushing back. Sorry W5 we used to like you a lot
Clare Steele | Jun 22, 2018
6 stars - really really love this place. so much to do for kids from tot to young teen. even on very busy days, there are so many things to do, that it doesn't feel too busy. very reasonable admission price provided you do all day. staff nice and engaged. hadn't been for a while and see there are lots of new exhibits or replaced equipment. kids loved the climb it but getting a bit big for it; new visiting soft play area was a big hit with them as it meant a mix of physical and mental challenge. cafe is much better than previous but still needs to work on healthier and reasonably priced options for children. bring a packed lunch would be my advice, but this is the only gripe - fantastic fun for everyone, adults included - there should be a W5 in every city in the UK!
Garth Tolmie | Jun 15, 2018
Great place to bring younger children with LOADS of interactive exhibits. Loads of paid parking across the road. Cafe a little thin on things to eat. Multi storey centre. Nice view of the river and surrounding area. There is a pizza joint and sports bar in the area. If this review was helpful, please press the like button.
Shane Fleming | Jul 13, 2018
I went with the kids and they both loved it (6 and 1) we spent around 4 hours around various floors however you could easily spent an entire day in here. The on site food is alright but I would recommend going to pizza hut a 1 minute walk away. Highly recommend for children between 5 - 12.
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