Belfast City's top ten tourist attractions
Once riddled with destruction during “The Troubles” Belfast is now the second most visited city in Ireland
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Come face to face with dinosaurs, meet an Egyptian Mummy and see modern masterpieces with a visit to the Ulster Museum.
As Northern Ireland’s treasure house of the past and present, the museum is home to a rich collection of art, history and natural sciences and free to all visitors.
From Ireland to the South Pacific, ancient relics to hands on activities, the museum offers something for everyone. You can join one of their free tours which gives you an overview of the museums history and redevelopment. For more information visit the website.
Costing $641 million (£400m) to build Victoria Square is the largest and one of the most expensive property developments ever undertaken in Northern Ireland.
The dazzling glass dome is also a viewing gallery where you can look across the Belfast rooftops, scenery and over at the Belfast Wheel. The bright new shopping centre has over 39 retailers.
Stormont Parliament Buildings is home to the Northern Ireland Assembly, the legislative body for Northern Ireland established under the Belfast Agreement 1998.
Built in 1921 at a cost of nearly £1.7 million. If you want to have a look at the Stormont estate, where MLA’s make important debates or walk around the beautiful grounds surrounding the estate you can.
You’ll also find out some fascinating facts about Parliament Buildings - for example, did you know that the building is exactly 365 feet wide, representing a foot for each day of the year?
Since opening in 2000 the arena has hosted some of the most famous bands and artists from around the world, and it is also home to the Belfast Giants.
The Odyssey Arena is easily accessible to all people and is superbly located in the heart of the city, close to three motorways, five minutes from the nearest airport and 15 minutes walk from Central station.