Stranmillis Road, Belfast, , BT7 1LP
The rose garden and herbaceous borders were established in 1920. The Curvilinear Palm House of 1839, one of the earliest of its type, holds a collection of tropical plants.
Donegall Square, Belfast, , BT1 5GS
Built in Portland stone, completed in 1906. Fine interior.
Antrim Road, Belfast, , BT36 7PN
Set in a picturesque mountain park above the city. Underwater viewing of sea lions and penguins. Also gorillas, red pandas, spectacled bears, rare tamarins and marmosets.
46 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, , BT2 7BA
Gas-lit Victorian pub with fine tiles, woodwork and glass. Established in 1849, it is the oldest pub in Belfast.
Shaw's Bridge, Belfast, , BT8 8LE
Woodlands and walks in Lagan Valley. Walk to Giant's Ring and Edenderry village. Access all year round.
Old Holywood Road, Belfast, , BT1
Woodlands walks, views of Belfast hills and lough.
Brooklyn Knock Road, Belfast, , BT5 6LE
Uniforms, photographs and equipment relating to the Irish Constabulary since its formation in 1822.
War Memorial Building 5 Waring Street, Belfast, , BT1 2EW
The preserved relics of the Royal Ulster Rifles and its predecessor foot regiments raised in 1793 are exhibited and there is a library.
Head Road, Belfast, , BT1
The Silent Valley and Ben Crom reservoirs supply 30 million gallons of water a day to Belfast and County Down. Beautiful parkland before the dams. Information centre, shop, cafe.
Upper Malone Road, Belfast, , BT1
The City of Belfast International Rose Trials are held here. Japanese garden. Play area. Restaurant.
Botanic Gardens, Belfast, , BT9 5AB
Noted for its Irish antiquities, including the award-winning gallery 'Early Ireland', art collections, natural sciences and history. Treasures from Spanish Armada shipwrecks.