This bridge, not to be confused with the adjacent Queen Elizabeth II Bridge, was opened in 1849.
Royal Courts of Justice
The 1933 neoclassical Royal Courts of Justice were bombed by the IRA in 1990 but are now freed of the massive security screens that once...
Completed in 1994, Lagan Weir has helped improve the water quality of the River Lagan – the city's former lifeblood – to such an extent...
The impressive 2235-seat Waterfront is Belfast's flagship concert venue, hosting local, national and international performers from pop...
Aboard the Belfast Barge , Holohan's is a sensational find for inspired twists on seafood (deep-fried whitebait with garlic-and-herb...
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Belfast Barge information
Housed in a barge moored on the River Lagan, this museum tells the story of Belfast's maritime and industrial history, bringing together old photographs, original drawings and documents, ship models and artefacts, and video and audio recordings of interviews with retired engineers, designers and shipyard workers.
At the opposite end of the barge is the brilliant restaurant, Holohan's .