Belfast Castle Estate & Cave Hill Visitor Centre

Belfast Castle sits atop Cavehill Country at 400 feet above sea level. Cave Hill is known for its natural, archaeological and historical features, including Belfast Castle and ‘Napoleon's Nose’, which inspired the novel, Gulliver's Travels.

‘Sitting in a prominent position in Cave Hill Country Park, we have spectacular views out across the lough and the city. The first Belfast Castle was built by the Normans in Belfast city centre in the late 12th century. A second castle, made of stone and timber, was later constructed by Sir Arthur Chichester, Baron of Belfast, on the same site in 1611.’

Belfast City Hall

Belfast City Hall is one of Belfast's most iconic buildings, renowned for its stained glass window collection, memorials, monuments, artworks and artefacts.

‘Belfast City Hall is Belfast City Council's civic building. It is in Donegall Square, in the heart of Belfast city centre. It first opened its doors on 1 August 1906. The grounds at Belfast City Hall have memorials to the history, people and events associated with the city. The grounds have two lawns, the Titanic Memorial Garden, The Cenotaph and Garden of Remembrance.’

St Anne’s Cathedral

St Anne’s has stood for over 100 years and is known for its Spire of Hope, mosaics, carved stonework and stunning stained glass windows.

‘As one of the top visitor attractions in Belfast city centre, step inside and enjoy the peaceful and beautiful interior as you discover the treasures of St Anne's.’

St Peter’s Cathedral 

St Peter’s was the first Catholic Church in Belfast to be built in the Gothic style and its commanding position makes it a landmark on the southern and western approaches to the city.

‘Our cathedral was built of Caen stone and Irish marble by builders and bakers. It played a significant role in the total abstinence movement and strived to be a symbol of hope in troubled times.’

Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast uses interactive galleries to tell the full story of the Titanic, from construction to launch and maiden voyage.

‘Located beside the Titanic Slipways, the Harland & Wolff Drawing Offices and Hamilton Graving Dock – the very place where Titanic was designed, built and launched, Titanic Belfast tells the story of Titanic from her conception, through her construction and launch, to her maiden voyage and subsequent place in history.’