With the longer, brighter days ahead, there’s even more time to enjoy Belfast’s award-winning visitor attractions, top sightseeing tours, delicious food and drink and enthralling live music scene.

Take a stroll to explore our parks and gardens; enjoy family fun days out or wander through a bygone era on the Maritime Mile. And with hotel offers to suit every budget, there’s a spring escape in Belfast awaiting everyone.

Spring Family Fun

Boy Examining a Dinosaur Skeleton at Ulster Museum
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Top 10 Family Fun Attractions in Belfast

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

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Exploris Aquarium
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Family Fun – Belfast Plus

Discover family fun attractions in Lisburn and Castlereagh and Ards and North Down, just minutes from Belfast. See our top suggestions for a fun-filled day out.

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Belfast City Hall Couple Walking
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Free Things to Do in Belfast

Visiting Belfast on a budget? Here are the top fun things to do for free. From museums to parks, see the best of Belfast and beyond without spending a penny!

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Spring Escapes in the City

Book a relaxing city break this spring. With unbeatable offers on hotels in Belfast city centre and further afield, find the perfect spring escape for you.

Culture & Maritime

Titanic Belfast
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Belfast’s Maritime Mile

Discover Belfast's Maritime Mile from the Big Fish to HMS Caroline, Titanic Belfast and The Great Light.

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CS Lewis Square
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Heritage Trails in Belfast

From literary greats to a wealth of Titanic and maritime history, Belfast has a vibrant and varied history and heritage, just waiting to be explored.

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Hillsborough Castle and Gardens in summer
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Historic Houses and Stately Homes

From stately homes to historic houses, take in neo-classical and gothic architecture surrounded by sprawling parkland and formal gardens.

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Top Spring Time Walks

The weather is warming up and the nights are getting longer, so step outside and enjoy some of the beautiful scenery around Belfast and beyond.

Food and Drink

Family Meal at Fratelli
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Family Friendly Restaurants in Belfast

With special menus and activities for little ones, have a look at some of our suggestions for child-friendly restaurants and cafés in Belfast.

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MothersDay fitzwilliam
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Afternoon Tea in Belfast

Treat yourself to an indulgent afternoon tea in Belfast with finger sandwiches, sweet treats and steaming pots of tea.

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Whites Tavern and Oyster Rooms2
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Best Places for Guinness in Belfast

Looking for the perfect pint of Guinness in Belfast? Read our local’s guide to city’s best pubs for a taste of the black stuff.

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Music in Belfast

Belfast resonates to an ever-changing soundtrack of live music. Whether it’s toe-tapping traditional Irish music, a standing room only gig or an evening of soothing jazz or classical, you’re guaranteed to find out what makes Belfast a city of music.

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Family Walking at Lagan Valley Regional Park
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Day Trip to Lisburn and Castlereagh

The Lisburn and Castlereagh area lies 6-9 miles from Belfast. Discover historic villages, Ireland's oldest independent brewery and stunning Hillsborough Castle.

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Hillsborough Castle & Gardens
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10 Things To Do Within a Half Hour’s Drive of Belfast

Access both countryside and sea shore within a short drive from Belfast, with exciting attractions, historic houses and amazing scenery to enjoy.

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Nendrum Monastery in County Down
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Day Trip to Ards and North Down

Enjoy peaceful walks along the coast, experience great days out with the family and uncover fascinating tales from the area's unique history and heritage.

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Home of Thrones

The popular TV series Game of Thrones® was filmed in Belfast and across Northern Ireland. Our rugged coast lines, historic castles and breathtaking scenery are the perfect setting for this epic story. Get the full experience and explore the filming locations with a Game of Thrones tour.

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