1 Olympic Way, Queens Road, Titanic Quarter, Belfast BT3 9EP, UK
Titanic Belfast is the world's largest Titanic visitor experience, exploring the Titanic story in a fresh and insightful way.
Make your way through the 9 interactive galleries of the Titanic Experience, explore the symbolism of our iconic building with The Discovery Tour, dine in Bistro 401 or browse for an exclusive gift in our Titanic Store. Walk the decks of the last remaining White Star vessel - SS Nomadic or immerse yourself in the historic Slipways as you uncover the true legend of Titanic, in the city where it all began.
Antrim Road, Belfast
Belfast Castle is set on the slopes of Cavehill Country Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland. Its location provides unobstructed views of the city of Belfast and Belfast Lough.
The Odyssey, 2 Queens Quay, Belfast BT3 9QQ, UK
An Interactive science centre with climbing & robot attractions, plus temporary exhibits & daily demos. This futuristic learning space is located in the Odyssey Pavillion, a short walk from our apartments!
Queens Road BT3 9FG
Titanic Dry Dock & Pump House
Nowhere else on earth can bring you this close to Titanic – the world’s most famous liner, built here in Belfast. She sat here in this very dry dock on the eve of her first and last voyage in April of 1912.
Donegall Square, Belfast
Belfast City Hall
Right in the heart of Belfast's vibrant centre, Belfast City Hall is the civic building of Belfast City Council. Located in Donegall Square, it faces north and effectively divides the commercial and business areas of the city centre.
College Park, Botanic Ave, Belfast BT7 1LP, UK
Belfast Botanical Gardens
Botanic Gardens is home to the Palm House and the Tropical Ravine. The Palm House contains a range of tropical plants, hanging baskets, seasonal displays and birds of paradise, and is one of the earliest examples of a glasshouse made from curved iron and glass.
It shows how advances in glasshouse technology allowed horticulturists to grow exotic plant species during the Victorian period.
Botanic Gardens, Belfast BT9 5AB, UK
The Ulster Museum tells the unique human story of this part of Ireland and our collections will take you to all corners of the globe. Come face to face with dinosaurs, get up close with an Egyptian mummy, dive into our discovery zones, or just enjoy a bite in our café or a wander around the gift shop. Plenty to enjoy and loads to love at the Ulster Museum. And best of all, admission is free.
Antrim Rd, Belfast BT36 7PN, UK
Belfast Zoological Gardens (also known as Bellevue Zoo) is a zoo in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is located in a relatively secluded location on the northeastern slope of Cavehill, overlooking Belfast's Antrim Road, resulting in a uniquely tranquil environment for the animals that the zoo is frequently praised for.
119a Whitepark Rd, Ballycastle BT54 6LS
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a famous rope bridge near Ballintoy in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The bridge links the mainland to the tiny island of Carrickarede. It spans 20 metres and is 30 metres above the rocks below.
87 Dunluce Road, Bushmills
Dunluce Castle is a now-ruined medieval castle in Northern Ireland. It is located on the edge of a basalt outcropping in County Antrim, and is accessible via a bridge connecting it to the mainland. The attraction is on the beautiful North-Coast and around 70 minutes from the Beltanic Apartments.
Marine Highway, Carrickfergus
Carrickfergus Castle is a Norman Irish castle in Northern Ireland, situated in the town of Carrickfergus in County Antrim, on the northern shore of Belfast Lough - a short 30 minute drive from the Beltanic Apartments.
Queens Road Belfast BT3 9FD
Only a 10 minute walk from your apartment, Step on-board Belfast’s newest attraction and be blown away by a dynamic film showing the drama and devastation a battle can bring.
Explore the impressively recreated cabins that have been restored as if the crew left the ship yesterday, listen in on the everyday sounds in the Captain’s and Senior Officers’ cabins and enjoy interactive exhibits throughout the ship.
10 Exchange St, Belfast BT1 2LS, UK
The MAC is a cultural hub and since opening in 2012 has quickly become a beacon for the ongoing regeneration of Belfast. Open 363 days per year, we offer an eclectic programme of visual art, theatre, dance, family workshops and lots more.
Since opening in 2012, an amazing 1.5 million visitors have come through the doors of the MAC. These visitors have attended more than 3,000 live performances, 39 visual art exhibitions, 100 family workshops and collectively drunk over 90,000 cups of coffee.
53-55 Crumlin Rd, Belfast BT14 6ST, UK
Crumlin Road Gaol
HMP Belfast, also known as Crumlin Road Gaol, is a former prison situated on the Crumlin Road in north Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is the only Victorian era prison remaining in Northern Ireland since 1996. It is affectionately known as the Crum.
155 Bangor Road Holywood BT18 0EU
Ulster Folk and Transport Museum
Experience what life was like in Northern Ireland over 100 years ago, and explore one of the most comprehensive transport collections in Europe.
Wander through the beautiful parkland of the Folk Museum, where you will encounter costumed locals, demonstrating traditional crafts in cottages, farm dwellings, schools, and shops.
You’ll find majestic locomotives, horse-drawn carriages, vintage motorbikes, and cars at the Transport Museum, along with exhibits of historical materials including photographs of the Titanic.
12-20 East Bridge Street, Belfast
St George's Market
St George's Market is one of Belfasts oldest atttractions and recognised as one of the best markets in the UK and Ireland. It has been selected for numerous local and national titles and awards for its fresh, local produce and great atmosphere. It holds weekly Friday, Saturday and Sunday Markets.
Friday Variety Market - There is approximately 248 market stalls selling a variety of products including: fruit, vegetables, antiques, books, clothes and fish. The fish section alone holds the reputation for being the leading retail fish market on the island of Ireland.
Saturday City Food and Craft Market has a fusion of tempting speciality foods from around the world as well as handmade crafts, flowers, plants and local photography, pottery, glass and metal work.
Sunday Market has a mixture of the Friday and Saturday markets with a special emphasis on local arts and crafts, offering more local craftspeople the opportunity to show off their talents. You can also expect live music from local bands.
44 Causeway Road, Bushmills
Flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean and a landscape of dramatic cliffs, for centuries the Giant’s Causeway has inspired artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it.
Why not experience the Giant's Causeway for yourself? Visit the world-famous basalt columns with one of our knowledgeable tour guides, or pick up an audio guide and go at your own pace. Climb the Shepherd's Steps and hike along the cliff-top trail to get a bird's eye view of the beautiful causeway coast.
Unlock the mystery and stories of the landscape in the exhibition area of our award-winning Visitor Centre, which comprises a café serving seasonal, regional fayre, and retail zone where you can pick up locally-sourced memories of your causeway trip in the form of beautiful souvenirs and handicrafts.
Bregagh Rd, Stranocum, Ballymoney
The Dark Hedges
This beautiful avenue of beech trees was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century.
It was intended as a compelling landscape feature to impress visitors as they approached the entrance to their Georgian mansion, Gracehill House.
Two centuries later, the trees remain a magnificent sight and have become one of the most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland.
In fact, the iconic trees have been used as a filming location in HBO's epic series Game of Thrones, representing the King's Road.
73 Church Rd, Castlereagh, Belfast
Belvoir Park Golf Club
Founded in 1927, this undulating parkland course, which meanders through 136 acres of mature woodland was designed by the famed course architect H S Colt. Situated just two miles from Belfast City Centre, Belvoir Park Golf Club boasts a distinguished history having hosted The Irish Open, Irish PGA & Irish Close.
36 Golf Links Rd, Newcastle
Royal County Down Golf Club
The Royal County Down Golf Club is a golf club in Northern Ireland, located in Newcastle, County Down. It opened 128 years ago 23 March 1889 and is one of the oldest golf clubs in Ireland.
Dunluce Rd, Portrush
Royal Portrush Golf Club
Royal Portrush Golf Club is home to one of the best and most challenging links golf courses in the world, the Dunluce Links, and the hidden gem, the Valley Links. The only club in Ireland to have hosted The Open Championship, Royal Portrush is a members club which welcomes visitors all year round to face the challenges of its courses and to brave the testing conditions.
134 Mount Merrion Ave, Belfast BT6 0DG, UK
Formally and historically known as 'Ravenhill' - the Kingspan stadium is a modern rugby stadium, home to Ulster Rugby. Catch the game under 'Friday Night Lights' and enjoy some quality action on the pitch.
2-4 University Rd, Belfast BT7 1NH, UK
Crescent Arts Centre
The Crescent is a diverse community arts centre which has served the population of Belfast and beyond with a wide range of arts and cultural activities for over 30 years. It is housed in an historic four storey listed building located at 2-4 University Road, built originally in 1873 as what would later become Victoria College.
Belfast BT3 9JH, UK
George Best Belfast City Airport
Formally known as 'Belfast City Airport' and renamed in 2006 after the country's famous footballer, the airport is a 10 minute drive to Titanic Quarter and the Beltanic Apartments.
A7, The Fountain Centre, College Street, Belfast BT1 6ET, UK
Craft & Design Collective | Space CRAFT
The Craft & Design Collective is an independent not-for-profit craft development organisation dedicated to the celebration, support and promotion of excellent Craft, Applied Art and Design.
The Craft & Design Collective seeks to provide a world-class centre and resource, dedicated to the celebration, support and promotion of excellent Craft, Applied Art and Design in Northern Ireland – A ‘Craft Hub’ for Northern Ireland – that will benefit the region, its Artist/Designer/Makers, communities and economy.
5 Waring St, Belfast BT1 2EW, UK
Royal Ulster Rifles Museum
The museum houses an extensive collection of uniforms, badges, medals and regimental memorabilia covering the history of the Regiment. Research can be carried out and is currently £28.00 per enquiry – payable IN ADVANCE. Cheques or postal orders should be made out to “RUR Museum”. There are several volunteer vacancies.
5 - 7 Conway Pl, Belfast BT13 2DA, UK
Irish Republican History Museum
The Eileen Hickey Irish Republican History Museum is a museum in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It was established in 2007 after years of campaigning by Eileen Hickey, who collected the exhibits.
The museum is based in Conway Mill in the Falls Road area of West Belfast. The site is a former linen mill built in 1842 which has been in community use for the last thirty years. The museum opened in February 2007 on the first anniversary of the death of Eileen Hickey, one of the major driving forces behind the initiative. The museum is administrated by a committee made up of volunteers.
The Exchange Place, 23 Donegall St, Belfast BT1 2FF, UK
Belfast Exposed Photography
368 Cregagh Road Belfast BT 6 9EY
The Museum of Orange Heritage
The Museum of Orange Heritage is the operating name of the two Interpretive Centres created as part of the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland and County Armagh Grand Orange Lodge REACH project (Reaching out through Education and Cultural Heritage).