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  1. With a rope bridge, a hot tub, an outdoors shower and voice-activated controls inside, this is a treehouse with a difference! Escape to your own cosy retreat under the stars, in a place that makes your stay memorable for all the right reasons.
  2. Located in the Cathedral Quarter, the buzzing atmosphere will draw you in, if the delicious smells haven't already. Belfast's street food market brings together an incredible array of edible offerings, from pizza to mexican, canadian to greek, you'll find it all here. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans, it's also dog-friendly, so bring everyone along for a tasty bite to eat accompanied by live music.
    1. The Stargazer sculpture as part of the Sperrin Sculpture Trail
      Head for the Sperrin Sculpture Trail and track down all three of the spectacular giant sculptures you'll find along the way. They make up a new art installation created by world acclaimed artist, Thomas Dambo, to showcase the geology, archaeology and heritage of the Sperrins. Remember to take a photo at each as evidence that you found them.
    2. Family ona bench looking over the lake at Hillsborough Forest
      Find all nine sculptures located around the scenic lake in Hillsborough Forest, scanning them on the AR app as you go. Complete the trail and you'll be rewarded with discounts to use in Royal Hillsborough village.
      1. See how it all began, from script to screen at Game of Thrones Studio Tour.
        The world’s first and only official Game of Thrones Studio Tour is located in Banbridge, just off the A1 between Newry and Lisburn. Make sure to check it out for a glimpse behind-the-scenes and rediscover the incredible HBO series all over again.
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      2. Cuilcagh Lakelands Geopark
        Do something different in 2024 and make this the year you complete the infamous Marble Arch Caves! There's a new lighting display to enjoy in the show caves, as well as events like Earth Yoga and Think Deep, which involves turning the Shru Croppa River an astonishing luminous green!
        1. The basalt stones at Giant's Causeway
          We couldn't not include it! The Giant's Causeway is one of the top attractions in Northern Ireland, and a unique natural wonder. No trip is complete without a stop to check out the ~40,000 interlocking basalt columns, so make sure it's on your list for 2024.
          1. Castlewellan Peace Maze
            The average time to complete the maze is 40 minutes - can you beat that? As a free-to-do activity, set in the beautiful Castlewellan Forest Park, combine this with a loop around the lake and a trip down to Newcastle for ice creams after. The last one out has to pay!
            1. Join your tour guide Barney for a leisurely walk around Belfast, taking in the major sights and hidden gems, and learning interesting facts about the city's buildings that you wouldn't hear elsewhere.
            2. Scott's Venue
              Hidden away on the top floor of Ballyhackamore Working Mens Club in East Belfast, is a musical hidden gem. Every Friday night, strains of Charlie Parker, Herbie Hancock and John Coltrane can be heard, gently inviting you to come inside and discover world-class music by world-class musicians. If you happen to be in the city, don't miss this.
              1. a boy and his dad looking at a sea creature in the tank
                Explore the new "Under the Sea" experience, an underwater tunnel giving visitors a whole new perspective of marine life. Located just one hour from Belfast, this is a fun family day out, plus team it with a trip over Strangford Lough on the ferry to continue the wildlife spotting.
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              2. Guests interact with exhibitions at the Derry Girls Exhibition
                Catch up with everyone's favourite Derry Girls at this exclusive exhibition with original memorabilia from the show, including Erin's Diary, Ma Mary's Woolworths sweater, and those infamous Spice Girls costumes. Tickets are just £4.
                1. 4 Jul 20234 Jul 2024

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