Modern, dynamic and packed with world-class attractions, Belfast sets the pace with cool hangouts and great sights
Salute the city's musical heritage with a tour of fresh new venues and iconic locations
How a Belfast man brought his vision of the Titanic to the big screen
The Dock Narket is an Art, Food & Craft Market in Belfast's Titanic Quarter.
This trail will take you to the places that inspired the young C.S. Lewis.
This specialist tour has been designed for fans of the TV series - Game of Thrones.
Robinsons is one of Belfast's longest established bars and houses 5 differing venues under 1 roof.
Ireland's Leading Art Gallery connected to our Art Supplies store for a real art experience.
The George Best Trail highlights the places in east Belfast that influenced a young George Best.
In 1983, Dunmurry Golf Club moved from its original location north of Dunmurry village.
Jimeoin's ever-evolving live show: a fluid mixture of his signature observations, with hawk eye ...
Lucy Rose is undertaking a huge UK & Ireland tour which includes Belfast in support of her ...
On Belfast Bred you'll discover the city's fascinating culinary history in the company of ...
Girl-power takes to the streets around the Titanic Quarter running or walking past some of the ...
Crumlin Road Gaol presents the Johnny Cash Tribute concert to celebrate the music of one of ...
The Ulster Museum features many changing exhibitions throughout the year.
Ever wanted to come face to face with some of the biggest Robot stars of the big screen? Titanic ...
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