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The Marble Arch Caves are one of the key sites within the Marble Arch Caves UNESCO Global Geopark.
The Coca-Cola Visitors Experience at Coca-Cola Hellenic’s plant.
Titanic Belfast is the World's leading visitor attraction.
Immerse yourself in the story of Irish emigration at the museum that brings it to life.
Crawfordsburn Country Park has excellent beaches, spectacular scenery and views across Belfast Lough
Castle Espie, situated on the shores of Strangford Lough near Comber, County Down.
Irelands Mountain of Mystery - Slieve Gullion; with walks, drives, a playpark, legends and much more
Ideal for walkers, this is a camp site and cafe set in the heart of the tranquil Mourne Mountains.
55 hectares of mixed woodland along with open parkland and scenic woodland walks.
Redburn Country Park is set on an escarpment overlooking Belfast Lough.
Step back in time in and uncover a way of life from 100 years ago.
Gardens around this Georgian farmhouse. Experience old Irish gate, tree and sculpture trails.
The Marble Arch Caves are one of the key sites within the Marble Arch Caves UNESCO Global Geopark. The Marble Arch Caves are one of Europe's finest showcaves and allow visitors to explore a fascinating, natural underworld of rivers, winding passages
From school groups, to community associations and corporate guests, the Coca-Cola Visitors Experience welcomes anyone who wants to come and explore, learn and have fun discovering the past, present and future of the world’s number one soft drink.
Titanic Belfast is a 'must see' visit in any tour of Belfast, and is now the world's leading visitor attraction.
Experience the adventure that takes you from the thatched cottages of Ulster, on board a full scale emigrant sailing ship, to the log cabins of the American Frontier.
With two excellent beaches, spectacular scenery and views across Belfast Lough. Visitors can experience tranquil walks through peaceful meadows and wooded glens. Crawfordsburn Country Park provides the ultimate and relaxing natural retreat.
Ireland's largest collection of ducks, geese and swans. Viewing from hides, waterfowl gardens, woodland walks. Extended gardens and woodlands with a gift shop, home made food, art gallery and coffee shop.
Slieve Gullion is Ireland's Mountain of Mystery. The Forest Park offers walking trails, a scenic drive, an Adventure Playpark, Giant's Lair children's story trail and Courtyard with coffee shop.
Situated on the "Winding Road to Clanawillan" (Trassey Road), Meelmore Lodge is the best place to come for a family day out. Set in the tranquillity of the Mourne Mountains. With private access to the Mournes.
In the steep, wooded Glen of the Burntollet River, south-west of Derry/Londonderry, lies Ness Country park. 55 hectares of mixed woodland along with open parkland make up the Park which extends along both sides of the Burntollet River.
Redburn Country Park is set on an escarpment above Belfast Lough. There are 7km of pathways and energetic visitors climbing to the top of the escarpment will be rewarded with spectacular views of Belfast and the south Antrim hills.
Step back in time and uncover a way of life from 100 years ago. Explore thatched cottages, farms, schools and shops as you wander through the beautiful parkland of the Folk Museum and step aboard majestic steam locomotives in the Transport Museum.
Gardens around this Georgian farmhouse. Experience old Irish gate, tree and sculpture trails. Rare Breeds Farm which includes Irish Moiled and Dexter cattle, Galway and Jacob Sheep, Saddleback, Tamworth and Gloucester Old Spot pigs.
Wherever you want to go in Northern Ireland, you don’t have to splash your cash to have a good time. There’s any number of great attractions that cost absolutely ‘nathin’, nada, nil. These ideas should get you started.
48 hours with the Clayton Hotel, Belfast.
Whether its mid term break time, summer holidays, or just a regular weekend we’re sure your little ones are always itching to get out and about! But stress not – for we’ve got lots & lots of cool ways to fill your days with fun, excitement & adventure.
Buzzing cities, epic coastal drives, intriguing history and stunning links golf courses.
Sometimes it can be hard to entice the kids away from their tablets and out into the great outdoors, but with giants, insects, animals the famous Gruffalo making an appearance, we bet they will love getting out in the fresh air for some family fun along
In May 2014, Northern Ireland went ‘pink’ with enthusiasm when the prestigious Giro d’Italia cycle race started in Belfast.
Stuck for ideas on what to do in Belfast this weekend? Then wonder no more. We've taken the leg work out of it for you with our top 26 things to do in Belfast on a Sunday.
An expansive urban waterfront with Titanic Belfast as its centrepiece, you can’t truly experience Belfast without taking some time exploring the Titanic Quarter. Here are the highlights:
The Titanic Quarter is big, bold and beautiful, like a certain ship that once sailed out of her. Around every corner you’ll find something to take your fancy.
The Belfast Hills provide a tranquil contrast to the hustle and bustle of urban life below. Travel just minutes from the city centre for fantastic views over Belfast and beyond.
Sometimes it can be hard to entice the kids away from their tablets and out into the great outdoors. But with giants, insects, animals the famous Gruffalo making an appearance, we bet they will love getting out in the fresh air for some family fun