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Do & See

The Titanic Experience

This is your chance to learn everything about the legendary Titanic. Here you will find nine galleries featuring mind-blowing exhibitions covering fascinating details of the fitting of the ship, the maiden voyage, the sinking of the ship and all that happened after. Even the building itself is a sight for sore eyes.
Grand Opera House

Grand Opera House

This beautiful and opulent Victorian building was designed in 1894, and restored in the 1970’s. With its programme of plays, operas and concerts, the best way to see the building is to attend a show. There are also Saturday tours.
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Belfast City Hall

The City Hall is an extravagant building built in the early 1900’s, in classical Renaissance style, symbolizing the sudden wealth of Industrial Revolution Belfast. Free guided tours are available and be sure to check out the portraits of past Lord Mayors.
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Black Taxi Political Tour

A great way to see Belfast’s political hotspots is in a black taxi. For very moderate prices, a cab will show you the famous political murals, Falls and Shankill Roads, and the Peace Walls. These are often highly entertaining, depending on the driver’s point of view.
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Ulster Museum

Ulster Museum is a museum of art, archaeology, local history and natural sciences. They have a fine permanent collection, as well as rotating exhibitions and events.
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Queen’s Film Theatre

World and art house cinema with two screens and an attractive fully-licensed bar serving light snacks. You can find this gem right next to the beautiful Botanical Gardens.
St Anne’s Cathedral

St Anne’s Cathedral

This Neo-Romanesque building is what gave the Cathedral Quarter its name. Inside there is lots of marble and huge coloured mosaics. The church has been at the forefront in recent years of cross-community initiatives, hosting weekly “heal our land” services for people of any denomination.
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Lagan Boat Tour

Lagan Boat Tour is a great way to get a unique perspective of Belfast. Make your way through the city by boat, and visit the birth place of the infamous Titanic with an 8 kilometre tour of the River Lagan.
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