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Local Attractions around Belfast City, Northern Ireland

In recent years Belfast has undergone considerable regeneration. Now free from intense political violence, The city is working hard to change perceptions as it proudly shows off its new image. Cutting edge architecture and modern sculptures compliment Belfast's classical Victorian landmarks. The Titanic Quarter and Museum pay tribute to Belfast's Shipbuilding legacy, providing a much needed revival of the area. Trendy restaurants and bars bring young energy to Belfast's Cathedral Quarter and the growing theatre culture has demanded the addition of newly built state-of-the-art venues. A Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Tour will teach you the history of the city while stopping by the top visitor attractions.

This spectacular museum boasts interpretative and interactive galleries, which tell you the full story of the world's most famous ship, the RMS Titanic.

Depicting Irish living 100 years ago, this living museum offers guests the opportunity to step back in time as they walk through a traditional town square and countryside with .

Explore thousands of years of history at the Ulster Museum in Belfast City.

Belfast City Hall is located in Donegall Square in the heart of the city. Free public guided tours are available Monday to Saturday.

Enjoy a family fun day at Belfast Zoo, home to over 150 species, including Elephants, Giraffes, Lions and Bears.

Home to the Palm House and the Tropical Ravine, the Botanic Gardens in Belfast showcase exotic plants and beautiful seasonal hanging baskets. Perfect to take a break from the city and enjoy a peaceful walk through it's flowering gardens.

A glorious Norman Castle built in 1177 on the shores of Belfast Lough. Guided tours are available daily.