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
Built in 1856 at a cost of £4,500 in memory of Mr John Sinclair.
Funky Monkeys Soft Play Café are NI’s leading indoor play centres for children aged eight and under.
Belfast’s first permanent floating visitor attraction and venue space.
Designed in the early 1920’s by a top team of English golf architects, Colt, Mackenzie and Allison.
Laganview Golf Centre
Castlereagh Hills Golf Club has acquired a well deserved reputation as the hidden gem.
The City Hall has often been described as the 'stone' Titanic.
Ormeau Park is the oldest municipal park in Belfast.
Join the annual celebration into the Belfast Hills that promises to be packed full of fun ...
Lucy Rose is undertaking a huge UK & Ireland tour which includes Belfast in support of her ...
Cable & Wake is Northern Ireland's only cable wake park.
The Belfast Titanic Half Marathon takes place at the location where the Titanic was built, The ...
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels the Musical is a caper about two fraudsters, who are both equally ...
2nd annual Titanic International Tattoo Convention. Come along and view some amazing tattoo ...
The BAFTA and British Comedy Award winning comedian, author and chat show supremo returns to his ...
Raise a glass of red wine with Féile as they proudly announce that reggae legends UB40 will play ...
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