About Belfast

Belfast is the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland, standing on the banks of the River Lagan on the east coast. MS Titanic's legacy is recalled in the renovated dockyards of Titanic Quarter, which includes the Titanic Belfast, an aluminum-clad museum reminiscent of a ship’s hull, as well as shipbuilder Harland & Wolff’s Drawing Offices and the Titanic Slipways, which now host open-air concerts. City Hall’s copper dome dominates the skyline, and the 19th-century Albert Memorial Clock has a leaning tower. Around St. Anne’s Cathedral, the bohemian Cathedral Quarter has cobblestone streets and arts venues like the Black Box. Victorian St. George’s Market has indoor stalls and music at weekends, while Victoria Square is a modern shopping complex covered by a huge glass dome. The large and colorful murals on the Falls and Shankill roads document the complex history of the city's Catholic and Protestant populations. This history is detailed at the Ulster Museum, within the city’s Botanic Gardens.
Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast is a visitor attraction and a monument to Belfast's maritime heritage on the site of the former Harland & Wolff shipyard in the city's Titanic Quarter where the RMS Titanic was built. The building contains a series of galleries, private function rooms, and community facilities, and Hickson’s Point destination bar. The tourist attraction has also welcomed many famous visitors including Queen Elizabeth II, former US First Lady Hillary Clinton, and the man who discovered the Titanic, Dr. Robert Ballard.
Belfast City Hall

Belfast City Hall is the civic building of Belfast City Council located in Donegall Square Belfast. The interior has a number of notable features including the Porte-Cochère and Grand Entrance, the Grand Staircase, the Reception Room, and the Banqueting Hall.
HMP Belfast

HMP Belfast, also known as Crumlin Road Gaol, is a former prison situated on the Crumlin Road in north Belfast. The prison walls and gatehouse were constructed from Antrim Basalt, a dark-colored stone used extensively throughout Northern Ireland. Convicts could be transferred directly from the courthouse across the street via an underground tunnel. Explore 150 years of the Crumlin Road Gaol where 17 men have been executed and explore its darkest secrets.
SS Nomadic

SS Nomadic is a former tender of the White Star Line, launched on 25 April 1911 in Belfast now on display in Belfast's Titanic Quarter. It was built to transfer passengers and mail to and from RMS Olympic and RMS Titanic, and is the only surviving White Star Line vessel in existence today. Stretched over four decks a visit to Nomadic allows you to experience first-hand what it was like to be a passenger boarding Titanic on her fateful maiden voyage, to marvel at the intricate details and the contrasts between the separated class areas onboard.
Belfast Castle

Belfast Castle is set on the slopes of Cavehill Country Park in Belfast. Its location provides unobstructed views of the city of Belfast and Belfast Lough. It was built in 1860 and is one of the city's most famous landmarks. The most notable famous feature of the castles is Napoleon's Nose believed to have been the inspiration for Jonathan Swift's novel, Gulliver's Travels. It is home to the Cave Hill Adventurous Playground, archaeological sites, Visitor Information Area in Belfast Castle, ecotrails, walking and orienteering routes.
Golden Mile

Golden Mile is the name given to the stretch of Dublin Road, Great Victoria Street, Bradbury Place, and University Road between the City Hall and the university area in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Both the Crown Liquor Saloon and the Grand Opera House are on this stretch of road, as are a large number of pubs, bars, and restaurants. The area contains around 80% of the city centre's bars, clubs, restaurants cinemas and theatres with the Cathedral Quarter and Laganside also popular.
St George's Market

St George's Market is the last surviving Victorian covered market in Belfast. It was built between 1890 and 1896 and today it is a thriving market with 300 traders, crafters, musicians, and food vendors. The market also regularly holds music concerts. Acts including Duffy, Newton Faulkner, Deep Purple, Kasabian, Biffy Clyro, and Mark Ronson have played the venue.
Carrickfergus Castle

Carrickfergus Castle is a Norman castle in Northern Ireland, situated in the town of Carrickfergus in County Antrim, on the northern shore of Belfast Lough. For more than 800 years, Carrickfergus Castle has been an imposing monument on the Northern Ireland landscape whether approached by land, sea, or air. The castle now houses historical displays as well as cannons from the 17th to the 19th centuries.
Albert Memorial Clock

The Albert Memorial Clock is a clock tower situated at Queen's Square in Belfast. It was completed in 1869 and is one of the best-known landmarks of Belfast. It was designed by the architect William J Barre, the figure of Prince Albert was sculpted by Samuel Ferris Lynn and the clock is by Francis Moore. The "Albert Clock" as well as including a statue of Prince Albert also boasts a number of ornately carved crowned lions, angels, gargoyles and floral decorations.
National Trust - Divis and the Black Mountain

National Trust - Divis and the Black Mountain offer the opportunity to enjoy 180-degree views across the city and further afield, including the Antrim Plateau to the north, Scotland to the east, and the Mourne Mountains to the south. It is a mosaic of grassland and heathland bog, they are home to a host of wildlife and archaeological remains. The rich, varied archaeological landscape is home to a host of wildlife. There are walking trails along with a variety of terrain through heath, on stone tracks, along boardwalks, and road surface.
Best Time To Visit Belfast

The best time to visit Belfast is from April to October.

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