More Belfast Treasures

(not quite in the city centre or the four cultural quarters)

Stormont Parliament Buildings
Stormont Parliament Buildings

Home of the local government Assembly and situated in the grounds of Stormont estate

Crumlin Road Gaol
Crumlin Road Gaol

Explore within the walls of Crumlin Road Gaol that have seen 17 men executed over its 150 year history

Clifton Street Cemetery
Clifton Street Cemetery

The historic graves of some of Belfast's most distinguished figures lie here

C.S. Lewis Square
C.S. Lewis Square

Named after the author CS Lewis who was born nearby, it features 7 bronze sculptures from The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe

George Best house
George Best house

Simply the best footballer ever? Here's where George grew up before moving to Manchester & becoming an icon

Cyprus Avenue
Cyprus Avenue

The actual street that inspired Van Morrison's classic song on the 1968 album Astral Weeks

Ulster Folk & Transport Museum
Ulster Folk & Transport Museum

Experience life in a country town more than 100 years ago and explore one of Europe's most comprehensive transport collections

Belfast Zoological Gardens
Belfast Zoological Gardens

Belfast Zoo opened in 1934 and is owned and operated by Belfast City Council. It is spread over 55 acres and houses over 130 species

Belfast Castle & Cave Hill
Belfast Castle & Cave Hill

Belfast Castle Estate is adjacent to one of the highest spots in Belfast, Cave Hill, offering great views over Belfast Lough and the city

Museum of Orange Heritage
Museum of Orange Heritage

The Museum aims to educate, encourage understanding, address negative perceptions and build confidence with all visitors

Shankill Road
Shankill Road

From Irish: Seanchill, meaning "old church", the road runs through the predominantly loyalist area into the city centre

RUC Museum
RUC Museum

Set up in the 1980s to illustrate Northern Ireland's unique and often contentious policing history, from the 1800s to now