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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Grey Abbey House and Gardens

Beyond Belfast

Welcome to Grey Abbey House and Gardens. Situated on the Ards Peninsula in Co. Down, Grey Abbey has been in the possession of the Montgomery family since 1607. Built by the family in 1762, the present house is the third one to be built on the site... Read More ›

Harland & Wolff HQ and Drawing Offices

Historic Interest, Titanic and Maritime | Titanic Quarter

Located in the Titanic Quarter of Queens Quay in Belfast the Titanic drawing offices can still be visited today. These offices are where the plans for Titanic and sister ship Olympic were devised. Read More ›

Hillsborough Castle & Gardens

Historic Interest, Parks and Gardens | Beyond Belfast, Lisburn and District

Hillsborough Castle is one of the most beautiful, and interesting historic properties in Northern Ireland. Hillsborough is the official residence of the Royal Family when they are in Northern Ireland, and has also been used as the residence for... Read More ›

Hillsborough Courthouse

Lisburn and District

Hillsborough courthouse was originally a market house and built before 1765. From 1810, this splendid Georgian building was used as a courthouse with the Grand Jury meeting in the upper room from around that time. There is an exhibition in this... Read More ›

Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum

Family Attractions, Museums | Lisburn and District

This award-winning museum is based in Lisburn’s oldest building, the 17th Century Market House, in the centre of the city. It brings to life the history of the Irish linen industry and its importance to Lisburn. Read More ›

Lagan Valley LeisurePlex

Family Attractions | Lisburn and District

Based in the heart of Lisburn City, the LeisurePlex boasts the largest leisure pool in Northern Ireland. Read More ›

Lagan Valley Regional Park

Parks and Gardens | South Belfast

The Lagan Valley Regional Park is located between Stranmillis, Belfast and Union locks, Lisburn and covers some 4,500 acres of countryside and eleven miles of riverbank. Read More ›

Lagan Weir/ Queen’s Bridge

Titanic and Maritime | City Centre, Titanic Quarter

The Lagan Weir is situated at the confluence of the Farset and Lagan Rivers, where Belfast’s shipbuilding history began. The weir was constructed in 1994 to control the tidal nature of the Lagan. In the Titanic era, many craft would still dock at... Read More ›

Linen Hall Library

City Centre

Founded in 1788, Linen Hall Library is a truly unique institution. As the oldest library in Belfast and the last subscribing library in Ireland, it has an impressive Irish and Local Studies Collection and houses a significant genealogy section. Read More ›

The Lyric Theatre

South Belfast, Queen's Quarter

As the only full-time producing theatre in Northern Ireland, the Lyric makes a unique and vital contribution to the community. Its mission is to produce high-quality professional theatre that is alive to the complex cultural experience and diverse... Read More ›

The MAC

Cathedral Quarter, City Centre

The MAC (Metropolitan Arts Centre), Belfast's brand new arts venue. We're selecting, creating and mixing up music, theatre, dance and art - bringing you the very best of local and international talent under one roof. Read More ›

Malone House

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

This stunning Georgian mansion, located in south Belfast next to Barnett Demesne, is a popular location for marriage and civil partnership ceremonies, conferences, events and other functions, as well as dining in the Barnett Restaurant. Read More ›

The Mill at Conway Street

Family Attractions, Historic Interest | West Belfast, Gaeltacht Quarter

Built in 1842, this linen flax spinning mill is steeped in history and culture. It has been beautifully refurbished and is now a vibrant, welcoming place where visitors can experience authentic Belfast hospitality at its best. There is a Food and... Read More ›

Millisle Beach Park

North Down & District

Millisle Beach Park, situated off the Ballywalter Road on the coastal Ards Peninsula, provides a small sandy beach, play and picnic facilities, a jetty and two slip ways. Read More ›

Mount Stewart

Family Attractions, National Trust, Parks and Gardens | Beyond Belfast, North Down & District

Mount Stewart is one of the most inspiring and unusual gardens in the National Trust's ownership. Engaging tours of the opulent house reveal its fascinating heritage and historic world-famous artefacts and artwork. Read More ›

Museum at The Mill

Newtownabbey and District

Museum at The Mill invites visitors of all ages to explore the history and heritage of Mossley Mill. Housed within what was originally the wet spinning floor of the mill, the museum tells the story of Mossley Mill and the people who worked there... Read More ›

Museum of Orange Heritage

East Belfast

The Museum of Orange Heritage are two new interpretive centres showcasing the history, culture and traditions of the Orange Institution. Read More ›

Nomadic Belfast (SS Nomadic)

Historic Interest, Titanic and Maritime | Titanic Quarter

The last remaining White Star Line vessel, SS Nomadic, has been restored to her original glory and is back home in historic Hamilton Dock, near Titanic Belfast. Come on board and experience over 100 years of authentic maritime and social history. Read More ›

North Down Museum

Family Attractions, Historic Interest, Museums | North Down & District

Discover the area’s fascinating history in Northern Ireland’s most visited small museum, located amid the wooded nature trails of Castle Park in Bangor. Read More ›

The Odyssey Pavilion

Titanic Quarter, City Centre

The Odyssey Pavilion consists of various bars, restaurants, a cinema and ten pin bowling – all under the one roof. Read More ›

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Name Location/Area Price  
Grey Abbey House and Gardens Beyond Belfast 5 out of 5  
Harland & Wolff HQ and Drawing Offices Titanic Quarter 0 out of 5  
Hillsborough Castle & Gardens Beyond Belfast, Lisburn and District 3 out of 5  
Hillsborough Courthouse Lisburn and District 3 out of 5  
Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum Lisburn and District 0 out of 5  
Lagan Valley LeisurePlex Lisburn and District 2 out of 5  
Lagan Valley Regional Park South Belfast 0 out of 5  
Lagan Weir/ Queen’s Bridge City Centre, Titanic Quarter 0 out of 5  
Linen Hall Library City Centre 2 out of 5  
The Lyric Theatre South Belfast, Queen's Quarter 3 out of 5  
The MAC Cathedral Quarter, City Centre 3 out of 5  
Malone House South Belfast 1 out of 5  
The Mill at Conway Street West Belfast, Gaeltacht Quarter 2 out of 5  
Millisle Beach Park North Down & District 1 out of 5  
Mount Stewart Beyond Belfast, North Down & District 3 out of 5  
Museum at The Mill Newtownabbey and District 1 out of 5  
Museum of Orange Heritage East Belfast 1 out of 5  
Nomadic Belfast (SS Nomadic) Titanic Quarter 3 out of 5  
North Down Museum North Down & District 0 out of 5  
The Odyssey Pavilion Titanic Quarter, City Centre 1 out of 5  
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Highlights

Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast is the world's largest Titanic visitor experience and a "must see"... Read More ›

St George's Market

St George's Market

The present St. George's Market, built 1890-1896, is one of Belfast's oldest... Read More ›

Stormont Parliament Buildings

Parliament Buildings is home to the Northern Ireland Assembly, the legislative body for... Read More ›