Attractions

Albert Clock. Cave Hill. Harland & Wolff. Stormont Castle. The Odyssey Arena. St. George’s Market. You may recognise some of these places but there’s a whole lot more waiting to be discovered. We’ve brought together some of the highlights and lesser-known treasures to help you get started. From the birthplace of the Titanic to our iconic city hall and everywhere in between, you’ll find a cornucopia of historic landmarks and fantastic attractions. Who knows what you’ll discover!

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Albert Clock

Historic Interest | Cathedral Quarter, City Centre

Until a recent renovation corrected its list, the Albert Memorial Clock was Belfast’s answer to Pisa’s leaning tower. Read More ›

Alexandra Graving Dock / HMS Caroline

Historic Interest, Titanic and Maritime | Titanic Quarter

The Alexandra Graving Dock was built between 1885-89 following a petition which was presented to the Harbour Commissioners in 1881 by Harland & Wolff, for additional fitting out facilities. In 1885 Princess Alexandra cut the first sod and gave her... Read More ›

The Argory

National Trust, Parks and Gardens | Beyond Belfast

Atmospheric Irish gentry house and wooded riverside estate.The Argory was built in the 1820s. This handsome Irish gentry house is surrounded by its 130-hectare (320-acre) wooded riverside estate. Read More ›

Armagh County Museum

Beyond Belfast

The oldest county museum in Ireland is set in Armagh's beautiful Georgian tree lined Mall. Its collections capture centuries of stories relating to the people who lived, worked and had connections with this famous city and historic county.... Read More ›

Armagh Planetarium

Beyond Belfast

The Planetarium is a multifaceted organisation dedicated to astronomy education for all levels, from nursery through to retirement age. It is the Planetarium's unique ability to adapt to changing audience needs that have enabled it to stay at the... Read More ›

Aunt Sandra's Candy Factory

East Belfast, Titanic Quarter

Aunt Sandra's Candy Factory is nationally renowned as one of the finest purveyors of hand made chocolates, fudge and boiled sweets, made from 100 year old recipes. A visit to the shop is like taking a trip back in time where visitors can look in... Read More ›

Barnett Demesne

Castlereagh and District, South Belfast

Enjoy outstanding beauty within easy reach of Belfast city centre at Barnett Demesne, located next to Malone House. Read More ›

The Belfast Barge

Historic Interest, Titanic and Maritime | Titanic Quarter, City Centre

Owned and operated by Lagan Legacy, this unique attraction, afloat on the beautiful banks of the River Lagan behind Belfast Waterfront, brings the past and present together in its stunning museum, multi-use venue space and cafe. Read More ›

Belfast Castle Estate & Cave Hill Visitor Centre

Family Attractions, Historic Interest, Parks and Gardens | North Belfast

Belfast Castle Estate is adjacent to one of the highest spots in Belfast, Cave Hill, offering great views over Belfast Lough and the city. Read More ›

Belfast Cathedral

Churches/Religious, Historic Interest | Cathedral Quarter, City Centre

Belfast Cathedral is the church of St. Anne. The Cathedral seeks to maintain an Anglican and Irish ethos and identity in its daily worship, whilst providing a hospitable space for civic, community and inter-church services. A living partnership is... Read More ›

Belfast City Hall

Historic Interest, Titanic and Maritime | City Centre

Belfast City Hall is Belfast City Council's civic building. It is located in Donegall Square, in the heart of Belfast city centre. It first opened its doors on 1 August 1906. Free public tours of City Hall are available Monday to Saturday. Read More ›

Belfast Hills Partnership

West Belfast

Get up into the hills above Belfast. Experience the Belfast Hills, renowned for providing a unique backdrop to a thriving urban area. Being so close to the city, fantastic views over Belfast and beyond can be easily enjoyed at Cave Hill and... Read More ›

Belfast Waterfront

City Centre

Belfast Waterfront is an award-winning, purpose-built conference, arts and entertainment centre offering a variety of facilities. Read More ›

Belfast Zoological Gardens

Family Attractions | Newtownabbey and District, North Belfast

Belfast Zoological Gardens is located in North Belfast on the slopes of Cave Hill and and is home to more than 1000 animals and 150 species, many of which are in danger in their natural habitat. The zoo also carries out important conservation work... Read More ›

The Big Fish

Family Attractions, Historic Interest, Titanic and Maritime | City Centre

This 10m (32ft) Salmon was commissioned in 1999 to celebrate the regeneration of the River Lagan and the historic importance of the site (confluence of the River Lagan and Farset, which Belfast is named after). The outer ‘skin’ is a cladding of... Read More ›

Botanic Gardens

Family Attractions, Historic Interest, Parks and Gardens | South Belfast, Queen's Quarter

Botanic Gardens is an important part of Belfast's Victorian heritage and a popular meeting place for residents, students and tourists. Read More ›

Castle Espie Wildfowl & Wetlands Centre

Family Attractions, Historic Interest | Down and District

Castle Espie's tranquil setting offers the best views of Strangford Lough, County Down and is home to Ireland's largest collection of native and exotic water-birds. The centre has the most significant habitat improvement of its kind in Ireland,... Read More ›

Castle Ward

Family Attractions, National Trust, Parks and Gardens | Beyond Belfast

Castle Ward is full of personality. Situated in a stunning location overlooking Strangford Lough, the lawns rise up to the unique 18th century house and its Gothic façade. This fascinating house features both Gothic and Classical styles of... Read More ›

Cave Hill Country Park

North Belfast

Cave Hill Country Park includes Belfast Castle Estate, Carr's Glen Linear Park, Hazelwood and land on the summit of Cave Hill. Read More ›

City Life Centre

Shankill Quarter, West Belfast

Hear the stories of everyday life in Belfast from everyday people at City Life Centre. Enjoy a coffee or lunch in our coffee shop, have a look around our auditorium or play sports in our sports hall. Meet our warm friendly staff and even take a... Read More ›

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Name Location/Area Price  
Albert Clock Cathedral Quarter, City Centre 0 out of 5  
Alexandra Graving Dock / HMS Caroline Titanic Quarter 0 out of 5  
The Argory Beyond Belfast 3 out of 5  
Armagh County Museum Beyond Belfast 1 out of 5  
Armagh Planetarium Beyond Belfast 2 out of 5  
Aunt Sandra's Candy Factory East Belfast, Titanic Quarter 2 out of 5  
Barnett Demesne Castlereagh and District, South Belfast 1 out of 5  
The Belfast Barge Titanic Quarter, City Centre 3 out of 5  
Belfast Castle Estate & Cave Hill Visitor Centre North Belfast 1 out of 5  
Belfast Cathedral Cathedral Quarter, City Centre 3 out of 5  
Belfast City Hall City Centre 1 out of 5  
Belfast Hills Partnership West Belfast 1 out of 5  
Belfast Waterfront City Centre 3 out of 5  
Belfast Zoological Gardens Newtownabbey and District, North Belfast 3 out of 5  
The Big Fish City Centre 0 out of 5  
Botanic Gardens South Belfast, Queen's Quarter 3 out of 5  
Castle Espie Wildfowl & Wetlands Centre Down and District 3 out of 5  
Castle Ward Beyond Belfast 3 out of 5  
Cave Hill Country Park North Belfast 1 out of 5  
City Life Centre Shankill Quarter, West Belfast 2 out of 5  
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Highlights

Belfast Zoological Gardens

Belfast Zoological Gardens is located in North Belfast on the slopes of Cave Hill and... Read More ›

Ulster Folk and Transport Museum

Step back in time in and uncover a way of life from 100 years ago. Discover cottages,... Read More ›

Belfast Cathedral

Belfast Cathedral is the church of St. Anne. The Cathedral seeks to maintain an... Read More ›