There are plenty of entertaining attractions for the young (and the young at heart) around Belfast including W5, Ulster Museum and Belfast Zoo.

Belfast Zoological Gardens
Belfast Zoological Gardens

Belfast Zoo

Perched on the side of Cave Hill, Belfast Zoological Gardens has a wild and wonderful range of animals. This is one of the oldest visitor attractions in Belfast and the elephants, giraffes and baby gorillas never fail to get an 'awwww!'.

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W5

Do you fancy launching a rocket, or flying a plane? Want to sneak up on a butterfly or find out about the rock beneath your feet? At W5, your imagination and curiosity are the keys to unlocking worlds you've only imagined! Meet RoboThespian, W5s life sized, humanoid, interactive robot who can move, speak, educate, interact and entertain! Or have an adventure on ClimbIt, a huge multi-storey climbing structure, which is a cross between a maze and a jungle gym.

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Wee Tram
Wee Tram

Wee Tram Tour

In 1912 Titanic's builders travelled to the shipyard by tram. Now you can take your own 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!

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Ulster Museum
Ulster Museum

Ulster Museum

The Ulster Museum is a firm family favourite with dinosaurs, an Egyptian mummy and curiosities from across the globe on show. Free admission and a regular programme of events and exhibitions means the Ulster Museum always has something to capture the imaginations of kids and adults alike.

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Belfast's 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. As you look out over the reserve towards the famous Cavehill, you might spot the resident konik ponies which graze the reserve to help keep it in the best condition.

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Aunt Sandra's Candy Factory
Aunt Sandra's Candy Factory

Aunt Sandra's Candy Factory

Aunt Sandra's Candy Factory is nationally renowned as one of the finest purveyors of handmade chocolates, fudge and boiled sweets, made from 100 year old recipes.A visit to Aunt Sandra's is like taking a trip back in time where visitors can see how chocolates and fudge are made, most of which can be sampled as it's being produced. They also offer workshops and shows where you can make any kind of treat you can imagine.

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Streamvale Open Farm

Streamvale Farm has a host of friendly farm animals from highland cattle to newly hatched chicks. Pigs, goats, ponies, sheep, ducks and every size of chicken. The Creamery Caf has delicious home made ice cream and snacks with a first class low ropes playground outside to occupy the children while adults relax over a coffee. Other play areas include the Straw Bounce, the Junior Farmyard and the Zip Line.

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We Are Vertigo

Are you in the mood for adventure? Find it at We Are Vertigo, Northern Ireland's first indoor ski and adventure park. Based at Newtownbreda Industrial Estate, this centre offers exciting adventure for the whole family, from indoor skiing to high ropes, a climbing wall and Northern Ireland's largest indoor trampoline park. Try out the Alpine Swiss play village, the Sky Trail, the electric quads and, for those who wish to take adventure to new heights, take on the 40m zip line!

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HMS Caroline
HMS Caroline

HMS Caroline

HMS Caroline is a five-star rated visitor attraction and a unique survivor from the First World War. Visitors can learn all about life at sea in this impressively restored WWI vessel with a wide range of interactive exhibits and family-friendly events running throughout the year.

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Barnett Demesne

Take the kids out for some fresh air within easy reach of Belfast city centre at Barnett Demesne, located next to Malone House. The park features an arboretum, daffodil garden, ecotrail, orienteering routes and a children's playground (near Shaw's Bridge), or for those looking for a little bit more adventure, you can try the bike trails and jump parks.

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