Arrive at the historic birthplace of the British passenger ship that sank in 1912 and learn about its tragic voyage.
This dramatic rock formation was created by volcanic activity millions of years ago; however, the locals might tell you otherwise.
Walk beside the fortified ramparts from the 1600s that have survived several sieges and offer panoramic views of the Maiden City.
Attend a mesmerizing spectacle in Belfast’s creative hub, which has been at the forefront of performing arts for over a century.
Relax amid the sculptures, monuments and plants of the garden and take a tour of the Baroque-style interior of this historic site.
Sitting on the banks of the Lagan River in Belfast, the Waterfront Hall is a landmark of the city and ranks as one of the world’s leading conference venues, hosting a huge array of events from concerts and shows to exhibitions and competitions.
With views across the city and centuries of history, this classical sandstone building is one of the most popular free attractions in Belfast.
Clinging to a headland above the Irish Sea are the ruins of a medieval Irish castle. The dramatic sight offers a great photo opportunity!
Find upscale designers, chain brands, a wide selection of restaurants and a multi-screen movie theater under one roof in lively Belfast city center.