Northern Ireland Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Northern Ireland - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Albert Memorial Clock Tower

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

Tilting a little to one side, not unlike Pisa's more notorious leaning landmark, this clock tower was named for Queen Victoria's husband,...

Botanic Gardens

  • Garden/Arboretum

In the Victorian heyday, it was not unusual to find 10,000 of Belfast's citizens strolling about here on a Saturday afternoon. These...

City Hall

  • Government Building

Built of Portland stone between 1898 and 1906 and modeled on St. Paul's Cathedral in London, this Renaissance Revival–style edifice—the...

Crown Liquor Saloon

  • Local Interest–Sight

Belfast is blessed with some exceptional pubs but the Crown is one of the city's glories. Owned by the National Trust (the U.K.'s official...

Crumlin Road Gaol

  • Historic District/Site

One of Belfast's hottest tourist tickets, this jail, designed by Charles Lanyon, opened in 1846 and held more than 500 prisoners at its...

Custom House

  • Building/Architectural Site

Another creation of 19th-century architect Charles Lanyon, this building, along with many others in Belfast, including Queen's University...

Europa Hotel

  • Hotel–Sight

A landmark in Belfast, the Europa is a monument to the resilience of the city in the face of the Troubles. The most bombed hotel in Western...

First Presbyterian Church

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The First Presbyterian Church dates from 1783 and has an interesting elliptical interior. It hosts lunchtime concerts in July and August.

Grand Opera House

  • Arts/Performance Venue

Belfast's opera house exemplifies the Victorians' fascination with ornamentation, opulent gilt moldings, and intricate plasterwork. The...

High Street

  • Neighborhood/Street

Off High Street, especially down to Ann Street (parallel to the south), run narrow lanes and alleyways called entries. Though mostly...

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