Attractions

Titanic Visitor Centre

Titanic Belfast®, was identified in Northern Ireland Tourism Board's Strategic Framework for Action 2004-2007 as one of five key tourism signature projects to enhance Northern Ireland's tourism offering.

The 14,000 sq.m. venue accommodates nine galleries of interactive exhibition space, including a dark ride, underwater exploration theatre, recreations of the ship’s decks and cabins and a luxurious conference & banqueting suite with capacity for up to 1000 guests.

Photo's by Titanic Belfast & Donal Mc Cann Photography

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Odyssey Arena

The Odyssey Arena is a large sports and entertainment centre situated in Titanic Quarter and the Waterfront, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

As well as these high-profile sporting events, the Odyssey Arena has also hosted concerts by some of the best-selling music artists in the world and it's also home of the Belfast Giants.

Photo's by William Murphy & Rob Sinclair

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Grand Opera House

The Grand Opera House is Northern Ireland's premier theatre, presenting an outstanding programme of drama, dance, opera, comedy, musicals and family shows.

The Theatre is a meeting place for the community where culture, entertainment, experience and participation mix naturally and provide an enriching experience for everyone.

Photo's by Jessica Spengler, William Murphy & Sean MacEntree

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Victoria Square

Belfast's number one shopping destination, anchored by House of Fraser department store.

Fantastic shops are split over four levels (including 2 levels of food operators) with covered, pedestrianised streets and topped by an iconic dome, with panoramic views across the city, the river Lagan and even to the Mournes beyond. Also housed within the centre is Odeon Belfast.

Photo's by William Murphy, Paul Wilkinson & Abel Pardo Lopez

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Queen's University

Founded as Queen's College in 1845, it became a university in its own right in 1908. Today, it is an international centre of research and education rooted at the heart of Northern Ireland.

With more than 17,000 students and 3,500 staff, it is a dynamic and diverse institution, a magnet for inward investment, a patron of the arts and a global player in areas ranging from cancer studies to sustainability, and from pharmaceuticals to creative writing.

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