You don't have to break the bank to have a great time in Belfast! See our list of 10 things to do in the city for £10 or less, including visitor attractions and entertainment.

Titanic Belfast and SS Nomadic

SS Nomadic

SS Nomadic, the last remaining White Star Line vessel, ferried first and second class passengers to RMS Titanic from Cherbourg in France. Nomadic went on to serve Titanic's sister ship, Olympic and other ships during her long and successful career. She carried famous passengers including Charlie Chaplin, Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and Nobel Prize winner Marie Curie. View an on-board exhibition of life in Belfast during the Titanic era.

Cost: Adult £7, Child £5, Concession £5. Book tickets >>

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Sundays at Crumlin Road Gaol

Crumlin Road Gaol

Crumlin Road Gaol first opened its gates to prisoners in 1846 and for 150 years was a fully operational prison. Follow in the footsteps of over 25,000 prisoners and make the journey through the tunnel that connects the Gaol to the Courthouse. Explore C-Wing and see for yourself what prison life was like through the ages as well as the dark secrets that lie within its walls.

Cost (if booked online): Adults £9, Children £6.50, Concession £8. Book tickets >>

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Belfast Cathedral
Belfast Cathedral

Belfast Cathedral

Belfast Cathedral is the church of St Anne. The building is Romanesque, giving it a lofty grandeur associated with that style: semi-circular arches and massive pillars, vast and high single windows, and the whole possessing an uncluttered spaciousness. Visitors can enjoy a high quality audio tour for £3. The audio guide has a beautiful musical underlay and lasts approximately 40 minutes.

Cost: Adult £5 (audio tour £3).

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Clifton House Belfast

Clifton House

Clifton House is a charming, atmospheric and one of the last Georgian buildings in Belfast. Built in 1774 by the Belfast Charitable Society, it served as the Poor House for Belfast until the late 1880s. Now fully restored to its original Georgian elegance and with the history lovingly preserved, Clifton House combines a fascinating interpretative centre with a large collection of antiques and artefacts. Take the tour at 3pm every Friday to discover the 'honourable history' of the Belfast Charitable Society and the Poor House which opened in 1774.

Cost: Adult £6.50, Child £5

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Sunday Family Fun at W5

W5

W5 is full of exploration and discovery with over 250 amazing interactive exhibits in four incredible exhibition areas - DISCOVERY, GO, SEE and DO - which provide fantastic fun for visitors of all ages. W5 also presents a changing programme of large and small scale temporary exhibitions and events and have a daily programme of live science demonstrations and shows included in the admission price!

Cost: Adult £9.80, Child £7.50, Concession £8.10

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Wee Tram
Wee Tram

The Wee Tram

Take a tram ride through the past, present and future of Titanic Quarter on board our unique wee tram. Hop on and off as often as you like, explore Titanics birthplace and see the shipyard come to life! You can stay on board for a full tour - it takes approximately one hour and it's a great day out in its own right - or you can use the tram to go the extra mile and explore all the attractions of Titanic Quarter yourself.

Cost: Adult £5, concession £4 (2 day hop on hop off ticket)

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Boys on Ski Slope at We Are Vertigo

We Are Vertigo

Take a trip to Europe's largest trampoline arena at We Are Vertigo for a fun-filled afternoon, or have a go on the 30ft ice climbing tower, the large three-tier Swiss alpine themed soft play village and the electric quads!

Cost (if booked online) Book online >>

  • Trampoline Entry: £10 per hour (plus £2 for Trampoline Socks)
  • Adventure Entry: Adult £3, Child £6
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Comedy Night at The Empire

The Empire Comedy Club

The Empire Laughs Back Comedy Club has been providing Northern Ireland with laughter for over 20 years. Hosted by Colin Murphy or Jake O'Kane with headline acts from the UK and international comedy circuit, top supporting acts, and open spots from across the country, the doors open every Tuesday at 8pm with the show kicking off at 9.30pm.

Cost: £8 (£7 with student card).

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Belfast’s Window on Wildlife
Belfast’s Window on Wildlife

Window on Wildlife

Nestled in the heart of the Belfast Harbour Estate, Belfast WOW is home to birds and wildlife from all over the world, and you can get up close and personal with them from the comfort of the visitor centre. There are over 100 species of birds and other wildlife to be found at Belfast WOW throughout the year, but don't worry if you're not an ID expert - trained staff and volunteers are on hand to help you identify what you see.

Cost: Adult £3, Child £1.50, Concession £2 (children 5 and under go free), free for RSPB members

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The Lost City Adventure Golf

Lost City Adventure Golf

Based at Cityside Retail and Leisure Park, The Lost City Adventure Golf is fantastic fun and perfect for budding adventurers aged from 3 - 103! Enjoy two indoor 18-hole rainforest themed adventure golf courses, Sunken Skull Ridge and Explorer Falls, complete with interactive obstacles and special effects.

Cost 18 holes: Adults £7.50, 6-11 years £5.50, 5 and under £4. Book online >>

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