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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Pickie Funpark

Family Attractions | North Down & District

Pickie Funpark has always been one of Northern Ireland’s most popular visitor attractions. The park provides a fun day out for all and features an 18-hole mini-golf course, giant pedal swans, Pickie Puffer train, children’s play area, children’s... Read More ›

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

Historic Interest | Titanic Quarter, City Centre

The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) is the official archive for Northern Ireland. It aims to identify and preserve records of historical, social and cultural importance and make them available for the information, education and... Read More ›

Queen's University

Queen's Quarter

Located in the heart of the University, the Welcome Centre offers souvenirs and information for those visiting as well as guided tours and exhibitions. Read More ›

Rademon Estate Distillery - Shortcross Gin

Down and District

Rademon Estate in Co. Down is one of the oldest historic estates in Ireland and a haven in a unique setting. Since 2014, it has been distilling Shortcross Gin on the estate, proudly Northern Ireland’s first craft gin and now the most awarded gin... Read More ›

Rathlin West Light Seabird Centre

Family Attractions | Beyond Belfast

Just six miles off County Antrim's north coast, Rathlin Island is a world away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Before you even step ashore, look out for gannets, gulls and dolphins during the ferry crossing. Once on the island, head... Read More ›

Redburn Country Park

Beyond Belfast, North Down & District

Redburn Country Park is set on an escarpment above Belfast Lough. There are 7km of pathways and those energetic visitors who climb to the top of the escarpment will be rewarded with spectacular views of Belfast and the South Antrim Hills. Read More ›

Rise Sculpture

Public Art & Monuments | City Centre

RISE is a landmark artwork located at Broadway Roundabout, one of the main gateways to the city. Read More ›

Rowallane Garden

National Trust, Parks and Gardens | Beyond Belfast

Created in the mid 1860s by the Reverend John Moore, this informal plantsman's garden reflects the beautiful natural landscape of the surrounding area. There are spectacular displays of shrubs, including a large collection of rhododendron species... Read More ›

Samson & Goliath Cranes

Public Art & Monuments, Titanic and Maritime | Titanic Quarter

The two great yellow-painted gantry cranes Samson and Goliath have become icons of Belfast, dominating not just Queen’s Island but the entire city skyline. Read More ›

Seamus Heaney HomePlace

Beyond Belfast

The words and work of Seamus Heaney are deeply rooted in his home of Bellaghy, County Derry: the place that inspired him, that he cherished deeply and that he returned to in his imagination time and again. Now you can explore Heaney’s home for... Read More ›

Seapark Recreation Ground

North Down & District

Holywood's main parkland and recreational area has a variety of activities including tennis courts, a bowling green, putting green and a children's safe playground. The area is right on the seafront and has panoramic views overlooking Belfast Lough. Read More ›

Sentry Hill

Historic Interest, Museums | Newtownabbey and District

Sentry Hill is a 19th century farmhouse in the parish of Carnmoney, County Antrim, long associated with the McKinney family who first came from Scotland to Ireland in the 18th century. Read More ›

Sir Thomas & Lady Dixon Park

Parks and Gardens | South Belfast

Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park in south Belfast is one of the city's most popular parks. It is home to the City of Belfast International Rose Garden, which attracts thousands of visitors to our Rose Week celebrations, which take place in July each... Read More ›

St George's Market

Food and Drink | Market Quarter, City Centre

The present St. George's Market, built 1890-1896, is one of Belfast's oldest attractions. The market is home to some of the finest fresh produce, with customers travelling near and far to sample the delights of Friday, Saturday and Sunday markets. Read More ›

Steam Trains Ireland

Family Attractions, Historic Interest | City Centre

Northern Ireland steam trains represent an opportunity to travel in time! Look out for dates of forthcoming steam trains trips within the events listing or check the website. See Northern Ireland from the comfort of a restored railway carriage,... Read More ›

Stormont Parliament Buildings

East Belfast

Parliament Buildings is open to the public between 9am and 4pm, Monday to Friday. Visitors can take a free tour of the building and explore the beautiful surroundings of the Stormont Estate. The architect Sir Arnold Thornely, who was knighted by... Read More ›

Streamvale Open Farm

Family Attractions | Beyond Belfast, Castlereagh and District

Streamvale Farm is unique in Ireland. Nestled in the Gilnahirk Hills overlooking the city, you can see, touch and taste the rural heritage of County Down. Get up close and personal with the dozens of friendly farm animals, watch the cows being... Read More ›

Stricklands Glen

North Down & District

Strickland's Glen in the residential area of Bangor West is an enchanting wooded glen which follows the Bryan's Burn, a bubbling stream which runs from Connor Park into Smelt Mill Bay. Read More ›

Thanksgiving Square

Public Art & Monuments | City Centre

Thanksgiving Square is an area of public space in Lanyon Place, Belfast based on Thanksgiving Square in Dallas, Texas. Read More ›

Titanic Belfast

Family Attractions, Historic Interest, Titanic and Maritime | Titanic Quarter

Titanic Belfast, located at the heart of Titanic Quarter - only a short walk from Belfast’s city centre, is not only an architectural triumph for the city, but it houses the world’s largest Titanic visitor experience. The iconic six-floor... Read More ›

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Name Location/Area Price  
Pickie Funpark North Down & District 3 out of 5  
Public Record Office of Northern Ireland Titanic Quarter, City Centre 3 out of 5  
Queen's University Queen's Quarter 0 out of 5  
Rademon Estate Distillery - Shortcross Gin Down and District 3 out of 5  
Rathlin West Light Seabird Centre Beyond Belfast 1 out of 5  
Redburn Country Park Beyond Belfast, North Down & District 1 out of 5  
Rise Sculpture City Centre 1 out of 5  
Rowallane Garden Beyond Belfast 0 out of 5  
Samson & Goliath Cranes Titanic Quarter 0 out of 5  
Seamus Heaney HomePlace Beyond Belfast 3 out of 5  
Seapark Recreation Ground North Down & District 1 out of 5  
Sentry Hill Newtownabbey and District 3 out of 5  
Sir Thomas & Lady Dixon Park South Belfast 0 out of 5  
St George's Market Market Quarter, City Centre 3 out of 5  
Steam Trains Ireland City Centre 0 out of 5  
Stormont Parliament Buildings East Belfast 1 out of 5  
Streamvale Open Farm Beyond Belfast, Castlereagh and District 2 out of 5  
Stricklands Glen North Down & District 1 out of 5  
Thanksgiving Square City Centre 1 out of 5  
Titanic Belfast Titanic Quarter 3 out of 5  
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Highlights

Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast, located at the heart of Titanic Quarter - only a short walk from... Read More ›

Giant's Causeway

The Giant's Causeway

A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Giant's Causeway is a magnificent, mysterious... Read More ›

Ulster Museum

Ulster Museum

Come face to face with dinosaurs, meet an Ancient Egyptian Mummy and see modern... Read More ›