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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. On the 31st March 1996 Crumlin Road Gaol slammed shut its doors for what many thought would be the final time, but, on the 19th November 2012 the chains fell off and HMP Belfast was reborn as one of Belfast's most popular visitor attractions.
    1. Black Bull Run, Ireland's First Alpine Coaster. Colin Glen, Mountain Entrance.
      Colin Glen is Ireland’s leading adventure park - a land of storytelling and a state of the art sports park with world class attractions. From Alpine coasteering to laser tag, golfing to the Gruffalo Trail, Colin Glen has adventure for everyone.
      1. Ulster Museum is home to Northern Ireland’s treasures past and present. There’s something for art lovers, history buffs, inquisitive kids and the culturally curious!
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      2. An iconic landmark on the landscape of Central Belfast hospitality, Ten Square is the very definition of chic, city centre boutique accommodation - the unique blend of understated style, refined atmosphere & perfect location, ensure a memorable stay.
      3. Explore a changing city through its ever-evolving street art. On this gently paced, two-hour guided street art walking tour, you’ll see the incredible street art currently adding to the atmosphere of Belfast city centre. The tour will help you understand Belfast’s relationship with street art and will show you how the narrative of the city is changing.
      4. St George’s Market one of Belfast’s oldest attractions and is one of the best markets in the UK and Ireland. It has been voted for numerous local and national awards for its fresh, local produce and great atmosphere.
        1. Anna Madigan with her husband Ian Madigan, who plays for Ireland and Ulster Rugby

          If you're planning to attend an Ulster Rugby game in the new year, why not make a weekend out of it? We caught up with Anna Madigan, wife of Ireland and Ulster Rugby star, Ian Madigan, for her recommendations on how to have the perfect match weekend in Belfast.

        2. Food & Drink in Belfast
          Belfast has enjoyed a renaissance in the brewing and culinary arts in recent years. A steady stream of new home-grown chefs, returning talent and foreign mavericks have given Northern Ireland’s capital city a new lease of food and drink life.
        3. Two kids enjoying the Edmontosaurus dinosaur; the only real near complete dinosaur skeleton display at the Ulster Museum, Belfast.
          For ideas of what to do and where to eat and stay in Belfast, we've pulled together a sample itinerary to get you started.
        4. Visitors with tour guide, St. Georges Market,at fish stall sampling oysters
          The multi award winning Belfast Food Tour plus six other tours to try, as well as bespoke private tours and corporate experiences. Get 'off the eaten track' in Northern Ireland with Taste and Tour NI.
          1. Accommodation in Belfast
            From quality to quirky (or quality and quirky) let us help you to find the perfect place to stay in Belfast.

          Awaken your Giant Spirit

          1. You'll love the tradition, tranquillity, elegance and warmth of our Victorian townhouse hotel, set in the leafy avenues of the University Quarter and opening on to fashionable streets of Lisburn and Malone Road, 10 min away from Belfast city centre.
          2. W5 is an award-winning science and discovery centre, firing the spirit of discovery with limitless fun for everyone including eight new zones packed full of interactive exhibits that will excite and inspire.
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          3. Photo of the The Errigle Inn from outside.
            The Errigle Inn, situated on the outskirts of Belfast city centre features five bars, roof gardens, a beer garden and live televised sporting games. Known for its fabulous food and drink The Errigle Inn, provides a great location for any occasion, whether that's a private function, a corporate event, a great meal or a fantastic night out.
          4. Belfast’s and Northern Ireland's first authentic Jazz Bar offering Live Jazz seven nights a week - located within the elegant Merchant Hotel, Berts offers great live entertainment and mouth watering food.
            1. Coppi restaurant, located right in the heart of the buzzing Cathedral Quarter, is Belfast’s first cichetti bacari/restaurant inspired by those found in Venice and named after cycling legend Angelo Fausto Coppi.
              1. A couple standing beside the Titanic sign at Titanic Belfast.

                Here’s a quick pick from our top picks of things to do and see in Belfast. 

              2. Nestled in the heart of Belfast’s historic Queen’s Quarter, The Regency awaits. Our timeless and bespoke residences are fully serviced and ready to welcome you. Each residence is unique and offers our short or long stay guests and unforgettable experience.
              3. Activities & Attractions in Belfast
                For such a small and compact city, Belfast has an amazing array of activities and attractions for you to choose from.
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