Belfast is a city that can trace its history back to the Bronze Age; a city that built Titanic; a city forging a unique food scene; and a city of great shopping and entertainment that dances to its own beat. You’ll love it!
One of the World’s Great Journeys
Causeway Coastal Route Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council, 66 Portstewart Road, Coleraine, BT52 1EY, Northern Ireland  
120 miles of stunning coastline will transport you past rugged and windswept cliffs, spectacular scenery and fabulous unspoilt beaches.
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Beautiful dune landscape
Murlough National Nature Reserve Keel Point, Dundrum, Co. Down BT33 0NQ, Northern Ireland
An extraordinarily beautiful dune landscape providing an excellent area for walking and bird watching.
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A world of maritime history
The Great Light & Titanic Walkway Titanic Quarter, Belfast, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland
The 500m Titanic Walkway is located on Victoria Wharf and looks upon the the Great Light, one of the largest and breath-taking optics ever built!
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The Birthplace of Titanic
Titanic Belfast Titanic Quarter, 1 Olympic Way, Belfast, Co. Antrim BT3 9EP, Northern Ireland
Titanic Belfast is the world's largest Titanic visitor experience, exploring the Titanic story in a fresh and insightful way.
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Andrew Jackson - 7th US President
Andrew Jackson Cottage 2 Boneybefore, Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim BT38 7EQ, Northern Ireland
Visit the Andrew Jackson Cottage and The US Rangers Centre, a museum dedicated to the men of the first battalions of the US Rangers. Andrew Jackson was the 7th President of the USA.
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Located in the heart of Belfast
Belfast City Hall Donegall Square, Belfast BT1 5GS, Northern Ireland
The Visitor Exhibition offers a journey from the city’s past to present, over 16 separate rooms, all presented within the original architecture of City Hall.
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Stunning coastline
Blue Flag Beaches Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Blue Flag Beaches
Northern Ireland's rugged coastline – offers breathtaking views, beaches, cliffs and sand dunes. Several beaches meet the Blue Flag standard.
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over 150 years of history
Crumlin Road Gaol 53-55 Crumlin Road, Belfast, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland
Discover over 150 years of history and follow in the footsteps of over 25,000 prisoners as you make the journey through Northern Ireland’s only remaining Victorian Era prison.
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An ancient monastic site
Drumlane Abbey and Round Tower Milltown, Co. Cavan, Ireland
Breath-taking views over the lake, along with the peaceful countryside, make this site a wonderful natural retreat.
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Conservation area
Gracehill Village Ballymena, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland
Gracehill was designated a Conservation Area in 1975 and has won many awards including the Europa Nostra Award.
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WW1 Coastal Defence Battery
Grey Point Fort Bridge Road South, Helen’s Bay, Co. Down, BT19 1LD, Northern Ireland
Once Grey Point Fort protected the mouth of the Belfast Lough from enemy invasion. Today a military museum can be found here, which houses a most unusual hands-on experience.
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A unique survivor
HMS Caroline Alexandra Dock, Titanic Quarter Belfast, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland
Discover HMS Caroline in the heart of the Titanic Quarter in Belfast as you take your family on an adventure like no other.
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Dramatic mountain range
Mourne Mountains Co. Down, Northern Ireland  
Any newcomer to the Mournes will be amazed at the variety of landscapes that can be encountered within such a confined geographical area.
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Hope in the City
St. Anne’s Cathedral Donegall Street, Belfast BT12 2HB, Northern Ireland
There are beautiful works of art to be seen in St. Anne's Cathedral: mosaics, textiles, carvings and many historical artefacts.
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One of Belfast’s oldest attractions
St. George’s Market 12-20 East Bridge Street, Belfast BT1 3NQ, Northern Ireland
St George's Market has been selected for numerous local and national titles and awards for its fresh, local produce and great atmosphere.
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Historic and spectacular Cathedral
The Cathedral of Saint Patrick and Saint Felim Farnham Street, Cavan, Co. Cavan, Ireland
With its 68m spire and flanking domes, this is one of the most impressive and eye-catching buildings in Cavan town.
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Stunning Blue Flag Beach
Tyrella Beach Tyrella Beach, Clanmaghery Road, Downpatrick, Co. Down, BT30 8SU, Northern Ireland
Visitors to Tyrella Beach can enjoy beautiful scenic walks and enjoy the habitat of local flora and fauna.
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From the past to the present
Ulster Museum Botanic Gardens, Belfast, BT9 5AB, Northern Ireland
From Ireland to the South Pacific and from ancient relics to hands on activities, the museum offers something for everyone, from the simply curious to the enthusiast.
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Exciting and fun for all the family
Carnfunnock Country Park Mid and East Antrim BC, Coast Road, Larne, Co. Antrim BT40 2QD, Northern Ireland
Whether it’s adventure or escape you’re looking for, there really is something for everyone at Carnfunnock as it offers a host of activities and onsite facilities.
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All aboard the train!
Downpatrick & Co. Down Railway The Railway Station, Market Street, Downpatrick, Co. Down, BT30 6LZ, Northern Ireland
Ireland’s only mainline heritage railway covering approximately 2 miles of a restored section of the former Belfast & Co. Down Railway
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Award-winning museum and gallery
F.E. McWilliam Gallery and Studio 200 Newry Road, Banbridge, Co. Down, BT32 3NB, Northern Ireland
Purpose-built gallery, sculpture garden and replica of McWilliam’s studio situated on the outskirts of Banbridge.
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Gateway to the Hill of O'Neill
Hill of the O’Neill and Ranfurly House 26 Market Square, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, BT70 1AB, Northern Ireland
Explore Historic Hill of The O’Neill & Ranfurly House once the Power base of the O’Neills and Gaelic Ulster and Chichester’s planned Plantation Capital.
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Stunning family home and gardens
Mount Stewart Newtownards, Co. Down, BT22 2AD, Northern Ireland
Mount Stewart is an exceptional example of an Irish demesne, a beautiful and productive estate, with farmland, woodland, orchards and a walled garden providing for the 'big house'.
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A museum of two parts
Ulster Folk & Transport Museum 153 Bangor Road, Cultra, Holywood, Co. Down, BT18 0EU, Northern Ireland
A museum of two parts. The first is an experience of life from over 100 years ago and the second is one of the most comprehensive transport collections in Europe.
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