Brush up on your Ulster Rugby knowledge with a visit to The Nevin Spence Centre and a fully guided tour of Kingspan Stadium, home of Ulster Rugby. Officially opened August 2015, The Nevin Spence Centre is a vibrant and fitting education and heritage centre at Kingspan Stadium in memory of young Ulster player Nevin Spence.
Based at the Odyssey Complex in Belfast W5 is unlike any museum you have visited as there is not one “Do Not Touch” sign in sight!
W5 is hard to put into words as it is an experience – W5 stands for whowhatwherewhenwhy – the five questions we all ask of everything…
One of Ireland’s best kept golfing secrets. Northern Ireland boasts some excellent parkland courses, the pick of which would include Belvoir Park Golf Course. Definitely one of the finest parkland courses in Ulster.
Belfast Castle is set on the slopes of Cavehill Country Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland in a prominent position 400 feet above sea level. Its location provides unobstructed views of the city of Belfast and Belfast Lough.
View a 360° Aerial Photograph above East Belfast City, Northern Ireland. Taken from 200 ft in the air you get great views across the city from every direction.
Discover the Belfast Hills, renowned for providing a unique backdrop to a thriving urban area. Walkers are rewarded with spectacular views over Belfast and beyond.
Come face to face with dinosaurs, meet an Egyptian Mummy and see modern masterpieces with a visit to the Ulster Museum, Northern Ireland’s treasure house of the past and present.
Step back in time in and uncover a way of life from 100 years ago. Discover cottages, farms, schools and shops as you wander through the beautiful parkland of the Folk Museum chatting to costumed visitor guides demonstrating traditional crafts.
Designed by Charles Lanyon, the main building at Queen’s University is one of the best loved buildings on this island. Housed within the distinctive Lanyon Building The Great Hall is one of the most sought after venues in Northern Ireland.
A magnificent Edwardian ‘wedding cake’ built to reflect Belfast’s city status, granted by Queen Victoria in 1888. The City Hall built in Baroque style stands in the centre of the city. Its dome has been part of the skyline since 1906. The exterior is in Portland stone and the splendid interior is embellished with Italian marble and elaborate plasterwork.