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This part of Belfast is undergoing some superb regeneration. It has lovely historical buildings and wonderful features, which are being preserved, yet new buildings are sprouting up all around. It's great to see this part of Belfast reborn!!
The Clarendon Docks built at the beginning of the 19th Century lead the way for Commercial Ship Building in Belfast and have been restored in recent years and are well worth a visit.
I was however disappointed that there was only 1 small interpretive panel...More
Clarendon Dock is just an office park with a couple of old dry docks in it. Bizarrely it's part of the National Cycle Network despite having cobbles that are practically unridable. Unless you have an interest in old dry docks, it's as interesting as a...More
Clarendon Dock should be fantastic but it has been turned into 'Belfast's Premier Business Park'. There are some lovely little bridges and dry docks to see, beautiful buildings such as the harbour commissioner's office and nice public art but not terribly much to see besides...More