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Ulster Museum

Nestled in a corner of the iconic Botanic Gardens, the Ulster Museum is one of Belfast's most prestigious establishments with a spectacular collection art, ethnography and archaeology sourced from all across the globe. Formally established in the year 1929, this elegant four-story structure is located within walking distance of Queen's University's plush campus. The main highlights of the museum include riches recovered from the wreck of a Spanish Armada ship salvaged off the Giant's Causeway. Its top-floor gallery displays a series of exquisite British and Irish artwork.

Titanic Belfast

Titanic, the British liner has remained ever popular through literature, movies, exhibits and folk songs. Considered to be the biggest experience relating to the Titanic in the globe, Titanic Belfast showcases the complete story of this passenger line - right from its inception to its unfortunate sinking through stunning, interactive displays, including artifacts such as the launch day tickets and last luncheon menu. Set on the former shipbuilding site where the Titanic and Olympic were built, Titanic Belfast is among the city's most prominent landmarks. Resembling an iceberg and hulls of a ship, this striking architectural masterpiece is encased in 3000 contrasting shaped aluminum plated sheets in intricate geometrical patterns. It is not only an ode to RMS Titanic but also to the city's maritime heritage. The historic slipways feature life-size frameworks of the Titanic and Olympic while its plaza is outlined with a map of its journey with LED lights and tiles.

Crumlin Road Gaol

The Crumlin Road Gaol or Her Majesty's Prison of Belfast was established in 1846. The prison was often regarded as the Alcatraz of Europe in its time. Although the building last functioned as a prison in March 1996, some claim that a few men (who were executed here many years back) are still imprisoned within these walls. They make their existence pretty evident by various sightings and weird happenings around the place. They also conduct paranormal investigations, besides hosting this place as an event venue for live performances and concerts. Exceeding interesting and mysterious, this old prison makes for a thoroughly entertaining visit!

Parliament Buildings

Housing the Northern Ireland Assembly seat, Parliament Buildings were constructed in the year 1921. Officially inaugurated by the former Prince of Wales in 1932, the buildings were built to accommodate Northern Ireland's newly elected government. In the decades gone by, Parliament Buildings have rarely been remodeled. During World War II, the structure's Portland stone had been cloaked with a paint created with cow manure and bitumen which was removable. However, it proved to be quite a challenging task as it could not be completely removed even after many years. Even today, the buildings' exterior bears traces of the paint color. In the year 2005, Great Hall inside Parliament Buildings hosted the funeral mass of George Best, an iconic erstwhile Manchester United winger.

Titanic Boat Tour

See the birthplace of Titanic from the water to really understand the whole story. This unique tour lets you experience first hand the sights and sounds of the bustling 19th-century port. Belfast Harbor has always been a romantic and mysterious place, oozing with tales from far-flung places and boasting a rich, dynamic history. Expert commentary, illustrated by photographs of the bygone shipyard, helps to illuminate the excitement and grandeur of those halcyon days when Belfast was truly the toast of the shipbuilding industry. The tour also takes in the historic Harland and Wolff shipyard and all the other landmark Titanic sites dotted throughout the harbor. The tour departs from the Number two jetty in front of the Royal Mail building beyond the sculpture of the “big fish”. The duration of the tour is 70 minutes. Call ahead to know more.

Belfast City Bike Tours

A great, eco-friendly way to tour the city is by signing on with Belfast City Bike Tours. The tour features 20 interesting sites that lie along the bike lanes from their office on the Kent Road. The bikes are safe, easy-to-use and just about awesome, and equipments like helmets and such are well-maintained. Check their website and book a tour today!

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