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Titanic Belfast is the world's largest Titanic visitor experience and a must-see on any visit to Belfast and Northern Ireland.
January Family Fun
There’s loads to see and do with the family in Belfast this January. From toddlers to teens, check out these things to do and make some magical New Year memories.
Redburn Country Park
Redburn Country Park is set on an escarpment above Belfast Lough, featuring 7km of pathways and running trails.
RISE is a landmark artwork located at Broadway Roundabout, Belfast, one of the main gateways to the city.
Bangor Aurora Aquatic and Leisure Complex
Bangor Aurora Aquatic and Leisure Complex has a wide range of facilities offering an excellent choice of sporting and leisure activities.
Mourne Mountains and Ring of Gullion
The stunning Mourne Mountains and Ring of Gullion region of County Down is a veritable open-air playground.
Millisle Beach Park
Millisle Beach Park is a rural beach off the Ballywalter Road on the Ards Peninsula.
Public Record Office of Northern Ireland
The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) is the official archive for public records in Northern Ireland.
Museum of Orange Heritage
The Museum of Orange Heritage is an interpretive centre showcasing the history, culture and traditions of the Orange Institution.
RMS Titanic's tender ship and the last remaining White Star Line vessel has been restored to her original glory.
The historic Albert clock is Belfast's very own leaning tower.
North Down Museum
The museum is located in the picturesque grounds of Castle Park in the centre of Bangor. This free attraction is popular with all ages.
The game's on at this state-of-the-art 20-lane ten pin bowling alley with pool tables, an arcade, glo-bowling and a licensed bar serving hot food to your lane.
Old Bushmills Distillery Co Ltd
Bushmills Irish Whiskey is made at Ireland's oldest working distillery in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Rathlin West Light Seabird Centre
A must-visit for unrivalled views of Northern Ireland's largest seabird colony and a chance to explore Rathlin's unique 'upside down' lighthouse.
Queen's University is one of the great architectural landmarks and must-see attractions in Belfast with over 160 years of heritage.
Museum at The Mill
Explore the history and heritage of Mossley Mill and hear the story of the people who worked there from 1800s to 1996.
Pickie Funpark has always been one of Northern Ireland’s top attractions with an 18-hole mini-golf course, giant pedal swans and children’s play area.
Mount Stewart is one of the most inspiring gardens in the National Trust's ownership and the neoclassical house oozes opulence.
Mobile Team Adventure
Mobile Team Adventure brings adventure to you, offering sea kayaking tours, canoe hire, kayak taster sessions, archery, climbing and more.
Moira Demesne is a parkland offering beautiful walks, picnic sites and a children's play area.
This impressive building was built in 1852 for The Hon Robert Edward Ward. It is presently home to Ards and North Down Borough Council.
Royal Belfast Golf Club
Founded in 1881, Royal Belfast lays claim to the title of the oldest golf course in Ireland. The present course dates back to 1925.
Barnett Demesne opened to the public in 1951. Today, the park, in south Belfast, retains much of the character of the original estate.
Let your imagination run riot among the unusual plants, colours, sculptures and magical features of Rowallane Garden.
January City Breaks
Enjoy a Janaury City Break in Belfast from £85 per room!
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Weekend in Belfast
Make the most of your weekend city break in Belfast with our insider's guide to a great getaway, including the best sights, tours, shops, food and bars.
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Discover the Titanic Story
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