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There’s no better place to learn about Northern Ireland’s culture and history than the Ulster Museum. This massive museum has exhibits and information about the country and its history, from ancient times to modern. Aside from historical exhibits, it also has art on display.
St. Anne’s Cathedral, better known as Belfast Cathedral, is an old church that’s still in use today with four worship services daily. It’s full of beautiful works of art and intricate architectural design.
This compact city is built around Donegal Square, where you’ll find Belfast City Hall. Not far from this district of historic buildings are the city’s many renowned shopping streets where there’s everything from small boutiques to brand-name shops.
Belfast Castle is a beautiful Scottish Baronial castle surrounded by immaculate gardens. There are castle walks that take you through its interior and give you splendid views of the sea.
Belfast prides itself on being the birthplace of the Titanic and you can learn a lot about it here. Titanic Belfast is a museum dedicated to the ship. It’s an iconic six-floor building located next to the site of the ship’s construction. Not far away is the Pump House, its last place on land, located on the Belfast waterfront.
The city is known for its world-class restaurants and friendly local pubs, which are a great way to experience not only good food and drink, but the city’s lively pulse. New hotels all over the city offer top-notch service and information about local attractions.
Belfast is also a golfer’s paradise. There are 14 courses located throughout the city and many are home to major championships. This is not to mention the many golf courses in the city’s environs.
Although Ireland’s second largest city, Belfast is compact and easy to explore.