Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, is rich in history, monuments, and attractions. This post will provide a brief overview of what residents and students of Queen’s University Belfast should see!

Titanic Belfast

Belfast is the birthplace of the RMS Titanic. The structure includes nine galleries stretched across six storeys, replicating the Titanic’s height. It has interactive installations as well as an underwater cinema. It takes at least three hours to see all of the shows and galleries, so plan accordingly.

SS Nomadic 1911

Want to continue your Titanic journey? Make sure to look into the SS Nomadic 1911. The historic ship was intended to transport passengers and mail between the RMS Olympic and the RMS Titanic. Tickets are available as part of the Titanic Experience. Tickets may be purchased in advance by clicking here.

Ulster Museum

If you enjoy art and history, the Ulster Museum is the place to go. There is a variety of fantastic fine art shows available here. Through the presentation of costume and fashion, ceramics, furniture, and jewellery, provides an insight into international and local history.

Botanical Gardens

The botanical gardens are just a short distance from the Ulster Museum. If you are a garden lover or plant enthusiast, this is a great place to go for a relaxed walk. Admission to the Botanic Gardens is free, although opening hours vary, so check the schedule before you go, especially during the holiday season.

Belfast Castle

Visit Belfast Castle if you want to experience some beautiful architecture. It’s on the outskirts of Cavehill Country Park. The existing castle is a Victorian structure with well-landscaped gardens that are ideal for long walks. There is a Castle Taven and Cellar Restaurant where you may have a bite to eat with your friends. Make sure to book your visit here.

Students At Queen’s University Belfast Should Take A Walk Around The Campus
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Queen’s University Belfast Grounds

The university offers a high quality public green area on the Lanyon site that has gained the Green Flag Award, so take a walk around and enjoy the scenery. You could perhaps have a picnic with your friends on the university green!

Belfast Zoo

If you appreciate wildlife and animals, go visit Belfast Zoo. The zoo’s 55-acre site is home to around 1,000 animals and 150 species. Make sure you reserve your tickets in advance here. You may continue your trip in Cave Hill Country Park, which is only a short distance away!

Cave Hill Country Park

Cave Hill Country Park is a must-see for everyone who enjoys picturesque treks. There are several walking pathways to enjoy here. So gather your friends and take in the sights of Belfast.

Giants Causeway

Discover Giants Causeway, the city’s most well-known landmark. Put on your hiking boots and explore the many routes that go up to Northern Ireland’s coast. This is a breathtaking event that should not be missed. Make your reservation online by 3 p.m. the day before your visit.

We hope this has given you plenty of ideas for things to do in Northern Ireland’s capital city during your free time!