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Grand Opera House

Grand Opera House

The beautiful and historic Grand Opera House has an outstanding programme of drama, opera, dance, comedy and musicals; so you’re bound to find something both you and your other half can enjoy.

MAC

MAC

The MAC is a cultural hub home to all kinds of exhibitions, theatre performances, experimental works and events for all tastes. Located in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter where you’ll find an array of lively bars, it’s in the perfect place for a pre-show drink, too.

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Ulster Hall

Ulster Hall is one of Belfast’s most iconic venues. Sitting right at the heart of the city’s vibrant entertainment scene, the venue has it all – laugh until you cry comedy, monumental gigs, fantastic family shows and must-see sports and entertainment.

QFT

QFT

This independent cinema shows all the big blockbusters alongside the best in classic and world cinema. They also host regular film festivals and theatrical performances. Grab a drink from the licensed bar on site and enjoy a movie for just £4 on Mondays.

Drinks and Live Music

Granny Annies Live Music

Granny Annies Kitchen

Oozing rustic charm, ‘home’ to traditional and modern live music, and just five minutes’ walk from Belfast City Hall. Granny Annies is one of the renowned venues in Belfast for live music seven days a week. Kicking off the weekend with a traditional band on a Friday at 12 noon and continuing throughout the weekend with traditional and modern music sessions.

Henrys

Wander down the picturesque Joy’s Entry to Henrys, where you can enjoy live traditional music and relax with a few drinks in its cosy interior. The building has a rich history, having been a pub for over 100 years and being named after historic Belfast figure Henry Joy McCracken.

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Bertz Jazz Bar

Find yourself instantly transported back to the chic, intimate jazz bars of 1930’s New York as you soak up the sophisticated atmosphere and let the cool jazz melodies wash over you. A handpicked list of cocktails completes an extensive drinks selection.

Treat Yourselves

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The Spa, The Merchant Hotel

Indulge in a luxuriously tranquil evening together. The Spa at The Merchant Hotel offers a range of treatments (including men’s treatments), a hydrotherapy area and all the makings of a memorable, relaxing date.

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Spa, Culloden Estate

With luxurious treatment suites, relaxation rooms, swimming pool, a range of heat experiences and an extensive selection of therapies on offer, the Spa at Culloden offers the perfect haven to enjoy some time out and pampering in a stress free and calming environment.

Masterclasses

Cocktail Masterclasses at Revolucion De Cuba

Go on a double date and enjoy an iconic Cuban Cocktail Masterclass. Held at your own table, with your own personal Cantinero to guide you throughout and includes 90 minutes of Cuban cocktail making. AND you can choose from any main meal on our menu to tuck in to afterwards.

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Cookery School at James St

Need to hone your kitchen skills? Take a cookery class at James St together and learn to how to make everything from Italian to vegetarian dishes. Classes are suitable for all skills levels and start at just £25 per person.

Cookery School at James Street South

Other Activities

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The Lost City Adventure Golf Belfast

Open seven days a week from 10am, including Sundays, experience two indoor 18-hole jungle themed adventure golf courses, complete with incredible special effects and interactive obstacles.

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Xtreme Bowling

Enjoy all the fun of tenpin bowling with glow balls, pins and ultra violet lights for the ultimate bowling experience. You can also party on down while you bowl with supported DJ entertainment, prize competitions, disco lighting and smoke effects.

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Taste & Tour

Enjoy a four hour fun and food filled guided walk to some of the top food and drink spots in Belfast. Start in the historic St George’s Market, meeting producers, then visit traditional bars, world-class shops and finish in a top restaurant in the lively Cathedral Quarter.

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Belfast Zoo

As one of the oldest visitor attractions in Northern Ireland, many visitors have fond memories of visiting the gardens, which have been home to the animals since 1934. Make new memories together by feeding the animals and finding out what animals are your favourite.

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