Because you can’t come to Belfast and not learn about the big ship we built 100 years ago which sank first time out. They made a film about it too. There’s lots of other things to do in the Titanic Quarter too. As you can guess by the name, quite a few (but not all) are related to the ship.
In the University area and right beside Botanic Gardens. A highly recommended (and free!) museum with everything from archaeology and natural history to art galleries and a much improved Troubles section. Don’t get caught out, – it’s not open on Mondays (except Bank Holidays). Nice touch of Brutalist architecture in its facades too!
On the outskirts of the city centre in North Belfast. A Victorian gaol which is now a tourist attraction with guided tours. Significant Troubles related history, but not the main focus of their tours. Still worth it probably.
City Hall looks pretty good from the outside, but the inside is even more impressive. Lots of marble and stained glass, and over a dozen exhibition rooms charting the history of the city from the first settlements up until about 50 years ago, and then the exhibition mysteriously stops….
Simply awesome guided walking tours of the Giants Causeway, Dunluce Castle, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, and so much more along our stunning North Antrim coast.
Luxury Chauffeur driven private tours for groups up to 7 people. These guys are fantastic at creating entirely bespoke tours and trips for families and small groups.