Harbour Commissioner's Office
Sinclair Seamen's Church
Built by Charles Lanyon in 1857–58 to meet the spiritual needs of visiting sailors, this part church, part maritime museum has a pulpit...
Across the River Lagan from the Titanic Quarter lies the Clarendon Dock. Although it's been restored to incorporate a soulless business...
Belfast's tallest building, the 2011-completed, 28-storey Obel contains 233 apartments. It dominates the waterfront at Donegall Quay.
Inside the Odyssey Complex , state-of-the-art nightclub Box spans two floors, six bars and two new VIP rooms.
Donegall Quay · interesting places nearby
Harbour Commissioner's Office information
The striking marble and stained-glass interior of the Italianate Harbour Commissioner's Office (1854) features art and sculpture inspired by Belfast's maritime history. The captain's table that was built for the Titanic survives here – completed behind schedule, it never made it on board. Guided tours of the office are occasionally available, such as during European Heritage Open Days (www.discovernorthernireland.com/ehod), held over a weekend each September.