St Anne's Cathedral
Built in imposing Hiberno-Romanesque style, St Anne's Cathedral was started in 1899 but did not reach its final form until 1981. As you...
The MAC's three galleries stage a rolling program of exhibitions that showcase the best of art, photography and sculpture from Ireland...
Belfast's finest surviving Georgian building is Clifton House, built in 1774 by Robert Joy (Henry Joy McCracken’s uncle) as a...
Maverick is most popular for its Boombox nightclub, upstairs from the main bar.
John Hewitt Bar & Restaurant
Named for the Belfast poet and socialist, this is a modern pub with a traditional atmosphere and a well-earned reputation for excellent...
96 Donegall St · interesting places nearby
Gay-owned and operated, the Soviet kitsch–themed Kremlin is the heart and soul of Northern Ireland's gay scene. A statue of Lenin guides you into Tsar, the preclub bar, from where the Long Bar leads into the main clubbing zone, Red Square. Revolution on Saturdays, with DJs mixing up dance, house, pop and commercial, is the flagship event.