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Saint Malachys Church

Saint Malachys Church

The Church was designed by Thomas Jackson of Waterford and it is in the ecclesiastical style of the Tudor period. Saint Malachy’s Church is regarded as one of the finest examples of Tudor Revival churches in Ireland.

Ulster Hall

Ulster Hall

Look out for the organ pipes of one of the most valuable organs in the world that dominate the back of the hall, as well as the acclaimed historical paintings of Belfast that line the walls.

Crumlin Road Gaol

Crumlin Road Gaol

Crumlin Road Gaol is a former prison situated in North Belfast, Northern Ireland. Designed by Sir Charles Lanyon, the Gaol was built between 1843 and 1845 it is the only Victorian era prison remaining in Northern Ireland and was one of the most advanced prisons of its day.

The Grand Opera House

The Grand Opera House

Since opening its doors on 23 December 1895, the Grand Opera House has delivered an unrivalled programme of entertainment, playing host to some of the greatest names in theatre and music.

Belfast Waterfront

Belfast Waterfront

In the heart of the City of Belfast, Belfast Waterfront has been designed as a multi-purpose venue with ultra-modern facilities to accommodate arts and entertainment, business and conference events.

The Crown Bar Belfast

The Crown Bar Belfast

The Crown Liquor Saloon in Great Victoria Street, Belfast was perhaps the greatest of Victorian Gin Palaces which once flourished in the industrial cities of Britain. Today wonderfully preserved, the Crown is cherished and still well used as a place to eat and drink in Belfast.

St George’s Market Belfast

St George’s Market Belfast

One of the top five UK markets. St George’s Market is one of Belfast’s oldest attractions. It was built between 1890 and 1896 and still maintains its status today as one of the best markets in the UK and Ireland.

Aunt Sandra’s Candy Factory

Aunt Sandra’s Candy Factory

Step into the past with a visit to Aunt Sandra’s Candy Factory and see candy making as it used to be. All candy made by hand, some to traditional recipes over 100 years old.

Sinclair Seaman’s Presbyterian Church

Sinclair Seaman’s Presbyterian Church

Step inside Belfast’s dedicated maritime place of Worship officially opened in October 1857. For over 150 years this splendid congregation continues to shine it’s light over the docklands of Belfast and acts as a safe haven for those in need of spiritual peace.

Titanic’s Dock & Pump-House

Titanic’s Dock & Pump-House

The Pump-House was once the beating heart of Harland & Wolff’s operation during the construction of the great White Star Liners – Britannic, Olympic and most famously the RMS Titanic. Astonishingly, the dock could be pumped dry of its 26 million gallons of water in just an hour and a half – a rate of two swimming pools per minute!

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Downpatrick Town

We flew our drone over Downpatrick town and captured a couple of aerial 360° photographs. Look out for the marker points in the aerial virtual tours, some of which will allow you to jump from the sky down into some of the various visitor attractions found in the town.

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