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Halloween might look different this year but there is still a host of horrifying things to do in Belfast and beyond, from virtual events to socially distanced outdoor activities.

Test your nerves with seriously spooky virtual events. Looking for something for your little monsters? Check out family friendly Halloween events and top ideas for half term fun.

Halloween Family Fun

Discover fun things to do with the whole family this Halloween in Belfast and beyond, including outdoor, socially distanced events!

Scary Virtual Events

Have you got what it takes to try these spooky virtual events this Halloween? Set your pulse racing with REAL ghost stories from Belfast and beyond!

Half Term Family Fun

Discover more fun ideas for the whole family during the October half term break.

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Belfast Restaurant Takeaways and Deliveries

Savour your favourite restaurants, café and pub grub from home with many local buinesses open for takeaway and collection.

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Amazing Outdoor Spaces

Take a day trip and discover the stunning parks, enchanting woodland and coastal scenery in Belfast and across Northern Ireland.

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Belfast Festival Season Online

Belfast has an eclectic range of online events to bring some warmth to your evenings.

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Car Parking in Belfast

Secure car parking is available across Belfast. See our guide to car parks in the city.

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Getting Around Belfast

Belfast is compact and bijou, so getting around the city is easy on foot, by bike or by taxi

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Advice for Visitors to Belfast

Coronavirus: Official visitor advice for tourists coming to Belfast and Northern Ireland.

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