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- Third time here with our grandkids and every time the experience is brilliant, from the ticket booth, right through the farm, the staff are amazing, so friendly, welcoming, helpful and a great asset to the place. The new play park is great too... Not one negative to say about our visit.Written 25 August 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great hike - partially covered and partially open sky. Doable in a couple hours, and super convenient to get to from Downtown Belfast.Written 19 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We stumbled upon this church by accident and thought we’d go in for a nosey. What a stunning church inside......and so peaceful! A lovely spot to sit and reflect in the beautiful ambience of the church. Don’t go past!Written 14 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- With a few hours to kill before my flight home, I decided to go up to the National Trust facility at Black Mountain. It was pretty deserted (which suited me fine) and when I got there, I discovered there was a choice of three different walks I could do – I did two of them.
Due to time constraints, I wasn’t able to stop off at the café, but it looked very nice.Written 20 May 2023
- Lovely tea room located in Linen Hall Library. Had a great breakfast of French Toast & Bacon. Tea Room is unique. Worth a visit if you are in Belfast. The Library is interesting too with lots of events worth exploring.Written 9 September 2023
- This is a must visit if you want to hear about Irish Republican history. Tells the unvarnished side of this terrible struggle.Written 29 August 2023
- We knew that there was no guided tour that day, but as the place was open we went to see it for ourselves. We found it so interesting seeing all the people who had been there, from all those who had died, and all the children with their ages, who had lived there. We were the only visitors so enjoyed seeing the various rooms and plaques, without interruption. On entering we were given a leavelet about Clifton House, which helped us enjoy the visit.Written 31 July 2023
- It's a must for the Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe fans.
All the statues are beautifully crafted and it's a joy to find them all.
Its a lesser known spot, but it's worth a visit if you are in the area. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants in the area.
Worth a visit 😊Written 9 September 2023
- Flew over to Belfast specially to visit this museum. So full of information and the staff are lovely and really helpful. Shop was full of things to buy and great militaria at a budget friendly price. Work was being done when we went with scaffolding but it was just as good as I think it would have been normally! They helped traced records of my relatives in the regiment and the information and artefacts themselves were really informative. The staff had 1-1 conversations and expanded on the information around. A small but brilliant place.Written 28 February 2023
- What a special and beautiful place to visit. Full of history and the most unique and plants & trees, all housed in buildings of such architectural merit. The visit was truly brought to life by getting a free guided tour by Aidan, one of the volunteers on the site. Witty and very informative. I can highly recommend.Written 15 August 2023
- Interesting, information & intriguing! This was an hour long tour of the 'newer' part of the graveyard, with stories of the era highlighting the legacy of the people of Belfast & beyond. Deidre shared stories which were put into the context of the particular time, with historical facts & realities for the people. Fascinating insights told with respect, knowledge &passion, some even accompanied by fiddle & guitar. I look forward to investigating some of the older parts of Friars Bush, definitely with Cairde na Cille!Written 13 September 2023
- This forest park is amazing to talk through any time of year. With several hidden entrances, from the Lagan towpath via Shaw's Bridge and the Lockkeeper's Cottage, to the Galwally Avenue entrance, as well as the official entrance via the carpark in the Belvoir estate, there are many ways to get into this urban oasis of tranquility and nature.
Just away from the carpark, you'll find the remains of a 12th century Norman motte, as well as an the site of an ancient village. The variety of tree species is also incredible, as a large portion of the park was planted as an arboretum by the Dungannons and Batesons, and this area includes some specimens of sequoia redwood and cedar. As well as this, there is a private Medieval graveyard with plots dating back to the 14th century.
A short walk down the towpath to the Clement Wilson Park will bring you to Shaw's Bridge, built to allow Cromwell's gunners to cross the Lagan, and the remains of an ancient Irish ringfort.
Belvoir Park Forest - a beautiful, peaceful place steeped in a thousand years of history.Written 12 May 2020
- This was great fun and would be a great team building event. It was difficult but we eventually got working well together to crack the combinations. Will definitely go back to try some of the other games. Staff were really helpful when needed.Written 25 September 2023
- The Duke of York is highly recommended as a traditional Irish bar with live music and a friendly atmosphere. There are rooms full of memorabilia and every wall is busily decorated. The drinks on offer are mostly beers and whiskeys.
Located in the busiest area in Belfast known as "Cathedral Quarter" so we knew it would be busy when we visited early one saturday night, however we were not prepared for how absolutely jam packed it was!! People were buying drinks and standing out in the alley/small street "Umbrella Street" it was that packed! So you couldn't even walk up Umbrella Street as too many people standing around with drinks, shoulder to shoulder!
The Duke of York is notorious and high on the list for tourists to visit, but be warned we couldn't get anywhere near this pub on a weekend night. So we recommended to visit mid-week and during the day if you actually want to get a seat inside, have a drink and a look around and hear yourself think! (yes we are nearly 40 now and like to visit a pub to have a 'conversation' over drinks! haha)Written 31 July 2023
- Great pub where you can live the Irish atmosphere! Live music by locals and a good Guiness!
Definetely, a place to come back!Written 7 August 2023