Located in Belfast's bustling city centre, the astonishing Grand Opera House is renowned for its programme of opera, drama, dance, comedy, and musicals. The main auditorium was designed by architect Frank Matcham and has been used to entertain the masses of Belfast since the Victorian era.
‘The Grand Opera House is Northern Ireland's most iconic theatre. Book tickets here for world class theatre in the heart of 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.’
Head up to the Dome at Victoria Square for spectacular, 360-degree views of Belfasts’ city skyline.
‘Our in house tour guides are on hand to point out local attractions and points of interest such as the famous Harland & Wolff Cranes, Belfast City Hall, Stormont Buildings and Cave Hill. No booking required.’
Get outside of the city to experience the beautiful hills around Belfast, such as Cave Hill and Divis, with the Belfast Hills Partnership.
A walk across the Belfast Hills could take you through beautiful grounds which are open to the public, such as Carnmoney Hill, Divis and the Black Mountain, Colin Glen Forest Park and Cave Hill Country Park.
One of Belfast’s iconic venues, Ulster Hall has been a big part of the city’s entertainment scene for over 150 years. Today’s most popular bands and musicians continue to play at Ulster Hall.