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Mount Stewart is one of the most inspiring gardens in the National Trust's ownership and the neoclassical house oozes opulence.
Located in Portaferry on the shores of Strangford Lough, you can enjoy a diver's view of marine life from around the world.
Titanic Belfast is the world's largest Titanic visitor experience and a must-see on any visit to Belfast and Northern Ireland.
Belfast Zoological Gardens
Belfast Zoological Gardens is home to more than 140 species of animal, many of which are in danger in their natural habitat.
Belfast City Hall
One of Belfast's most iconic buildings, Belfast City Hall first opened its doors in August 1906 and is Belfast's civic building.
Castle Espie Wildfowl & Wetlands Centre
Castle Espie's tranquil setting offers the best views of Strangford Lough, County Down and is home to Ireland's largest collection of native and exotic water-birds.
See the gothic and classical collide at Castle Ward, an eccentric 18th century mansion resting on a rolling hillside.
Belfast Cathedral is the church of St Anne and has stood for over 100 years as a place of Christian worship in the heart of the city of Belfast.
Belfast Castle Estate & Cave Hill Visitor Centre
Belfast Castle is located in the Cave Hill area of north Belfast. It was built in the 1860s and is one of the city's most famous landmarks.
Hillsborough Castle & Gardens
From grand family home to charming royal residence, Hillsborough Castle has welcomed the world and witnessed pivotal chapters in politics.
Hill of The O'Neill and Ranfurly House
The Hill of The O'Neill and Ranfurly House Arts and Visitor Centre is the perfect starting point for an exploration of Dungannon and Tyrone.
Clifton House Belfast
Clifton House, formerly the Poor House, was built in 1774 by the Belfast Charitable Society and is one of Belfast's most historic buildings.
CS Lewis Square
Rediscover The Chronicles of Narnia with a walk through CS Lewis Square, a public space commemorating the Belfast-born author, CS Lewis.
Discover Ulster Scots Centre
Discover more about your Ulster-Scots roots through a free genealogy research point, or find out about Ulster-Scots events.
Belfast’s Window on Wildlife
Nestled in the heart of Belfast Harbour Estate, Belfast Window on Wildlife is home to birds and wildlife from all over the world.
This 10m (32ft) salmon was commissioned in 1999 to celebrate the regeneration of the River Lagan and the historic importance of the site.
Cave Hill Country Park
Visitors to Cave Hill Country Park can enjoy panoramic views across Belfast from vantage points on the hillside.
Ballywalter Park is a classic example of an early Victorian Country House built in the Italianate Palazzo style.
Crumlin Road Gaol
The Crumlin Road Gaol is a 19th century Grade A listed jail, open to the public for tours, concerts and events.
Hillsborough Forest, set within the historic landscape of Large Park, offers visitors 150 acres of mixed woodland in which to walk and relax with nature.
Cockle Row Cottages
Only 10 minutes from Bangor, these old fisherman's cottages now house a heritage display, visitor information and weekend family events.
Step aboard HMS Caroline, a unique survivor of The Battle of Jutland in World War One.
In the hilly hinterland of Holywood, this forest offers walks on well marked paths through a mixture of mature conifers and young trees.
Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum
Explore the rich history of Irish linen through friendly guides, interactive displays, and live spinning and weaving demonstrations.
Botanic Gardens is an important part of Belfast's Victorian heritage and a popular meeting place for residents, students and tourists.
Sail into history
Explore the shipyard, walk the decks, travel to the depths of the ocean and uncover the true legend of Titanic in the city where it all began
Game of Thrones
The popular TV series Game of Thrones® is filmed in Belfast and across Northern Ireland. Our rugged coast lines, historic castles and breathtaking scenery are the perfect setting for this epic story.