Belfast, famous as the birth city of the Titanic, is full of surprises and hidden gems. Soak up the lively atmosphere, stroll along fine Victorian streets, enjoy the range of world-class visitor attractions and an experience a city that truly welcomes you.
Explore all this unique city has to offer in terms of history, heritage, arts and culture. Take a City Tour to get a general overview by coach, walking, taxi or boat.
Experience the world’s largest Titanic attraction & Top Tourist Attraction in Europe
as awarded at European Group Travel Awards 2015. Only in Belfast can you trace the Titanic story to its source and relive the Titanic story as never before, at the world’s largest Titanic visitor experience, Titanic Belfast.
Sister ship of the Titanic with over 100 years of authentic maritime and social history, SS Nomadic is the last remaining White Star Line vessel. It has been restored to her original glory and is back home in historic Hamilton Dock, near Titanic Belfast.
Discover the story behind Belfast's maritime magic at the site of the Thompson Dry-Dock and Pump-House, once the beating heart of Harland & Wolff during the construction of the great White Star Liners - the Britannic, Olympic and Titanic.
Belfast’s no 1 shopping destination with fantastic shops split over 4 levels and statement dome giving spectacular views over the city.
Former Victorian prison with 150 years of history, the Gaol has housed murderers, suffragettes and loyalist and republican prisoners. Now you can follow in the footsteps of 25,000 prisoners on a guided tour.
Learn about Belfast’s history and culture. Guided tours of our world famous murals make their way onto many itineraries and you can choose from bus, taxi, bicycle and by foot.
Belfast Castle and Cave Hill have been synonymous with Belfast, with its imposing outline visible throughout the city. Its most famous feature, known locally as Napoleon's Nose, is believed to have been the inspiration for Jonathan Swift's novel, Gulliver's Travels. Panoramic views over the city make it well worth the trip.
Belfast Cathedral, the church of St. Anne, is a Romanesque building, giving it a lofty grandeur associated with that style: semi-circular arches and massive pillars, vast and high single windows, and the whole possessing an uncluttered spaciousness. Take the state of the art guided tour.
The leafy area spread around Queen’s University in the south of the city, the Queen’s Quarter is home to a treasure trove of eclectic shops, cafes, bars, galleries, live entertainment venues, the beautiful Botanic Gardens and Ulster Museum.
Home to the Northern Ireland Assembly, tours provide information on Parliament Buildings, past and present as well as about the architecture of the building and Stormont Estate.
Step back into life in Ulster 100 years ago. Discover cottages, farms, schools and shops as you wander through the beautiful parkland of the Folk Museum chatting to costumed visitor guides demonstrating traditional crafts.