St George's Market
This elegant Victorian covered market, built in 1896 for the sale of fruit, butter, eggs and poultry is the oldest continually operating...
Royal Courts of Justice
Across Oxford St lie the 1933 neoclassical Royal Courts of Justice, bombed by the IRA in 1990 but now emerging from behind the massive...
Housed in a barge moored on the River Lagan, this museum tells the story of Belfast's maritime and industrial history, bringing together...
The impressive 2235-seat Waterfront is Belfast's flagship concert venue, hosting local, national and international performers from pop...
A high-ceilinged space walled with cream-painted brick and furnished with warm golden wood creates a theatre-like ambience for the open...
Oxford St · interesting places nearby
Oxford Exchange information
Smart and stylish with bare pine floors, chocolate brown chairs, white linen napkins and a yellow tulip on each table, the Oxford has breezy charm and a menu of high-end comfort food – try the beer-battered cod with mushy peas, and chunky chips served in a twist of newspaper, or pea, parsley and chervil risotto.