Cosy bars, a university vibe and top sights from Ulster Hall to Grand Opera House—discover Belfast City Centre, a destination also famous for its shopping.
Museums, Tours and Bars
Enjoy the student vibe around Queen's University of Belfast, a top university in Belfast. Discover the acclaimed theatre scene in this walkable area or seek out the local tours.
Belfast City Hall is an imposing sight – it sits on the edge of the shopping district and looms over the shoppers, dividing them from the business area on the other side of the city centre.
Sitting on the banks of the Lagan River in Belfast, the Waterfront Hall is a landmark of the city and ranks as one of the world’s leading conference venues, hosting a huge array of events from concerts and shows to exhibitions and competitions.
Belfast’s majestic Grand Opera House opened its doors in 1895 and since then has played host to some of the biggest names from the world of entertainment. Located in the heart of Belfast’s bustling city centre, this magnificent Victorian building has provided enchanting theatre for over 100 years as well as engaging with the local community and igniting a love of the stage in the city.
Appreciate the diverse range of tropical plants in the historic greenhouses of this park and visit Northern Ireland’s largest museum.
The Ulster Museum stands in the Botanic Gardens on the south side of Belfast. Northern Ireland’s largest museum and part of National Museums Northern Ireland, it’s home to a vast trove of treasures spanning archaeology, history, art and the natural sciences.
While HBO's hit series Game of Thrones is filmed all over Europe, many of its most important locations can be found on the rugged and wild coast of Northern Ireland. Join a GoT-loving guide for a day spent exploring these stunning gems, as well as the UNESCO-listed Giant's Causeway.
See the towering basalt columns of the Giant's Causeway on this guided tour to behold some of the most iconic scenery on Northern Ireland's coast. Dramatic views of the rock formations and the Atlantic Ocean give you the chance to admire the spectacular setting of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Spend a full day traveling by award-winning coach along the Causeway Coastal Route, Voted one of the 5 most spectacular drives in the world, Full Coastal route Adventure, From Belfast.
Enjoy an unlimited hop-on hop-off tour of Northern Ireland's capital city at your own pace on a red double-decker bus. This sightseeing adventure hits all of the city’s major attractions including its scenic parks and gardens, historic churches, and artistic neighborhoods.
See the history of Belfast with this combination of a sightseeing tour and a museum dedicated to the ill-fated ocean liner built along the city's docks. Admission to Titanic Belfast gives you a fresh look at the giants of the White Star Line, while a hop-on hop-off tour offers plenty of freedom to explore.
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Stop At: Falls Road, Belfast Northern Ireland You will travel the world famous Falls Road and visit Bombay street the birth place of the Provisonal IRA listen to the stories of Wolfe Tone ,James Connolly and Bobby Sands.
The fantastic nightlife and popular shops are just a few highlights of Belfast Central District. Make a stop by Ulster Hall or Belfast City Hall while you're exploring the area.
Queens Quarter is a destination visitors seek out for its abundant dining options, interesting museums and colourful gardens. You might want to check out attractions like Ulster Museum or Belfast Botanic Gardens while you're exploring the neighbourhood.
The bars, museums and theatres are just a few things travellers enjoy about Belfast Waterfront. If you want to experience more of the area, check out Waterfront Hall or Belfast City Hall.
Travellers come to Cathedral Quarter for its abundant dining options, and you can see top attractions like St. Anne's Cathedral and Belfast Customs House while you're in town.
If you're looking for some top things to see and do in Gaeltacht Quarter and surrounding area, you can visit Lisburn Road and Grand Opera House.
Titanic Quarter is noteworthy for its restaurants, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Titanic Belfast and SSE Arena (Titanic Quarter).