Things to do in Northern Ireland
Titanic Belfast, named the World’s Leading Tourist Attraction 2016, is the biggest experience of the most famous ship in the world. Walk the decks and uncover the true story of Titanic in the city that built her. Read more here.
Filled with fresh produce and unique antiques, art and jewellery, this market is one of Belfast’s oldest attractions and has been named the “best in Britain”. Don’t miss the weekend markets when a wonderful atmosphere that fills the air. Read more here.
The Giant's Causeway is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. For centuries the Giant’s Causeway has inspired artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it. Climb the Shepherd's Steps and walk along the cliff-top trail to get a bird's eye view of the stunning causeway coast. Read more here.
As a working royal palace functioning as the official residence of the Royal Family when they are in Northern Ireland, this is a must see. Take a tour of the elegant house and explore the beautiful gardens. Read more here.
This museum is home to a vast collection of history, art and science; displaying ancient dinosaurs, an Egyptian mummy and modern art. Many events and exhibitions are held here for all ages making it the perfect day out for all the family. Read more here.
Lough Neagh is the largest freshwater lake both on Ireland and the British Isles. It offers four miles of footpaths, birdwatching hides, woodland, ponds, meadows, picnic and play areas. This is the perfect place to get in touch with nature and have some fun. Read more here.
Home to over 140 species of animal, everyone is bound to enjoy this day out. With Asian elephants, giraffes and monkeys along with sea lions, Sumatran tigers and Barbary lions, there is plenty to see here. The Adventurers’ Learning Centre offers modern play equipment all while learning more about animals. Read more here.