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8 Things To Do In Belfast That Should Be In Your Bucket-List

Nico McKenzie by Nico McKenzie

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8 Things To Do In Belfast That Should Be In Your Bucket-List

Wondering what to do in Belfast, Northern Ireland? Look no further; we’ve packed all the best things to do in Belfast today into this article.

From the famous Titanic Quarter, the original home of the RMS Titanic, with the HMS Caroline, Titanic Belfast, and the Pump House, to top museums, such as the Ulster Museum and the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, there is so much to discover.

If you’re only going to visit the city once, then this is the only article you will need. Here is our Belfast Bucket List: the 20 best things to do in Belfast in your lifetime!

  1. Stormont Park – for a beautiful stroll around Northern Ireland’s Stormont Parliament Buildings.
  2. The Victoria Square Dome, Belfast City Centre – for a unique 360° view of the city.
  3. Botanic Gardens – for exotic tree species and tropical plants.
  4. Queen’s University – a beautiful university campus.
  5. Kingspan Stadium – for an Ulster Rugby game.
  6. C.S. Lewis Square, East Belfast – a square dedicated to a literary great.
  7. Titanic Belfast – learn about the world’s most-famous shipwreck.
  8. St. George’s Market – for fantastic local food and vibes.

We have rounded up some of the top things to see and do while in the Northern Irish capital. We also recommend taking some time to explore the famous Titanic Quarter, checking out the site where the RMS Titanic and RMS Olympic were built and is now home to the Pump House, HMS Caroline, and Titanic Belfast.

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