Linen Hall Library
Established in 1788 to 'improve the mind and excite a spirit of general inquiry', the Linen Hall Library was moved from its original...
The Industrial Revolution transformed Belfast in the 19th century, and its rapid rise to muck-and-brass prosperity is manifested in the...
The Belfast Wheel , the city’s answer to the London Eye, towers over the east end of City Hall. Originally intended as a temporary...
Kelly's is Belfast's oldest pub (1720) – as opposed to tavern – and was a meeting place for Henry Joy McCracken and the United Irishmen...
Mourne Seafood Bar
This informal, pub-like place, all red brick and dark wood with old oil lamps dangling from the ceiling, is tucked behind a fishmonger's...
44-46 Fountain St · interesting places nearby
General fiction, non-fiction and Lonely Planet guidebooks; good cafe on the first floor.