Assembly Buildings Conference Centre

Assembly Buildings Conference Centre

With its unique setting and superb facilities, the Assembly Buildings Conference Centre is one of the finest conference and exhibition venues in the city of Belfast. Following an £8 million refurbishment in 2010, the facility offers state-of-the-art technology in a historically rich environment.

Description

Built in 1905 as the headquarters of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, the Assembly Buildings Conference Centre is one of the most impressive buildings in Belfast’s city centre. Designed in the architectural style of a Scottish baronial castle, the gothic structure boasts a 40 metre high clock tower, a bell tower housing Belfast’s only operational peal of 12 bells, and several exquisite stain glass windows.

With its high-tech facilities and a ten room conference suite capable of accommodating up to 1150 people, the Assembly Buildings is now regarded as one of Belfast’s premier conference, concert and exhibitions venues.

Spires Mall

Occupying the ground floor of Assembly Buildings is Spires Mall, an intimate, pretty shopping arcade offering an eclectic selection of shops and boutiques. The mall also houses Spires Café, a self service restaurant which is particularly renowned for its superb all day breakfast.

Location

This exceptional venue is only ten minutes away from George Best City Airport and less than 30 minutes from Belfast International Airport. It has a major city centre rail and bus station on its doorstep and a number of car parks nearby, some of which offer special concession rates for Assembly Building delegates.

Assembly Buildings Conference Centre

2-10 Fisherwick Place
Belfast
BT1 6DW

Telephone

028 9041 7200

Website

www.assemblybuildings....

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Assembly Buildings Conference Centre

2-10 Fisherwick Place
Belfast
BT1 6DW

Telephone

028 9041 7200

Website

www.assemblybuildings....