Legend has it that if you kiss The Salmon of Knowledge (affectionately known as
The Big Fish), you’ll gain all of its wisdom – it’s got to be worth a try! The beautiful blue scales are made up of ceramic tiles describing different scenes from the city’s history.
Take a stroll or cycle from Belfast’s historic Sailortown across to Titanic Quarter to explore and discover the rich history and tradition of the city’s shipbuilding heritage, where RMS Titanic was built.
Ulster play games regularly on Friday nights at the Kingspan Stadium in the east of city. With a cracking atmosphere and plenty of action to follow it delivers a great night out. #SUFTUM
Discover Street Art
We’ve rounded up just a small selection of the street art Belfast has to offer. Discover them on a self-guided walking tour using our map below. Our streets are always changing, so while you’re exploring you might even come across new artworks!
Step inside the Seven Kingdoms for an immersive experience and explore the world of Game of Thrones like never before. If you’re looking for an epic film experience, it’s the ultimate day out at the Game of Thrones Studio Tour!
Hire a bike from one of the 40 docking stations located across the city to explore
the flat paths along the traffic-free Lagan and Lough Cycle Way, for a picturesque day out on two wheels.
Treat Yourself to a Belfast Bap
Nothing says Belfast like an Ulster Fry or a good old Belfast Bap. The city is brimming with tasty spots for breakfast and brunch, but there’s no greater spot to enjoy the ‘belly-busting’ Belfast Bap than St George’s Market.
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