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Belfast Attractions

Local Attractions

Belfast, the capital where conflict and destruction once pervaded, has vastly changed in the recent years and has now become the second most visited place on the island. It might be a small city but there are so many attractions to explore that you will not run out of things to do, like visiting the Cathedral Quarter, having fun with the family at Belfast Zoo and shopping at the fantastic Victoria Square Shopping Centre.

Belfast Sightseeing Tour

With its open top and multi-lingual service, the Belfast City Sightseeing Hop On/Hop Off Bus Tour gives you the opportunity to get a great view of the fantastic city and explore every area. Tour departs from Castle Place and will bring you around key areas including Odyssey Arena, the Titanic Quarter, Belfast City Hall, Great Victoria Street, Botanic Gardens and Ulster Museum, Crumlin Road Gaol and the Cathedral Quarter. You can join the tour from any stop along the route, meaning you can take a stroll at your own pace while you enjoy your favourite attractions.

Cathedral Quarter

The Cathedral Quarter, named after St. Anne’s Cathedral, was once the trade and warehousing district in the oldest part of the city. It is now home to narrow cobbled streets and captivating architecture, and bustling arts and culture hosting all year-round festivals such as Belfast Pride and Festival of Fools.

Harland and Wolff

Founded in 1861 and famous for innovation, clever design and imagination, Belfast’s Harland and Wolff shipyard is very much still in operation. Home to where the Titanic was build, its two impressive buttercup yellow twin cranes still stand upright guarding the city.

Queen’s University

Queen’s University Belfast opened its doors in 1849; it is the city’s top university with beautiful style and setting. Take a walk around the impressive gardens with its tall trees and admire the building’s wonderful architecture.

Belfast Zoo

Situated on a 55-acre hill site with phenomenal panoramic views over Belfast Lough, Belfast Zoological Gardens opened its doors in 1934. One of Northern Ireland’s oldest and most popular attraction, Belfast Zoo is home to more than 1,000 animals. A fantastic day out to explore and discover over 150 species.

Stormont Parliament Buildings

Home to the Northern Ireland Assembly, Stormont Parliament Buildings is an impressive structure with beautiful surroundings that dates back to 1921. Walk around the majestic gardens and take a peek at the Stormont estate where important debates unfold.