Belfast City Hall, Belfast
About Belfast City Hall, Belfast
Belfast City Hall, Belfast - Address, Phone Number
Address: Donegall Square S, Belfast, Antrim BT1 5GS, United Kingdom
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 08:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Historical Site, Memorial, Restaurant, Family And Kids, Architecture , Heritage Building
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Tour this historic building and unleash unbelievable historic facts here. The commendable architecture and the mesmerizing surrounding are sure to enhance your experience. However; the treasures, function rooms, titanic memorial, council chamber, Mayors Parlor and more simply add value to your visit here. The building houses a restaurant that serves delectable delicacies. Enjoy the good food while you sink into the history of Belfast.
Belfast City Hall Information
- A guided tour is recommended.
- The tour is free.
How To reach Belfast City Hall by Public Transport
- Train: Northern Ireland Railways - Great Victoria Street.
- Belfast Central Railway Station.
- Great Victoria Street Train Station.
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I would recommend that everyone visiting Belfast take a tour of this wonderful building. We visited as a group and had Karena as our tour guide, she was so enthusiastic, passionate and informative about the City Hall that we could have listened to her for hours. We also walked around the exhibition which was also great. Thank you so much Karena.
This is a great place to chill out on summer, and on winter there will be a Christmas market which is fantastic and offer an excellent variety of food and goods. The place itself is really clean and well-maintained. It is just a few minutes of walk away from various fast food shops or restaurants (including some shopping centres like Castle Court or Victoria Square), so you don't have to worry about being hungry. There are also a lot of bus stops surrounding the city hall which will go to various parts of Belfast, so this place is a great place to start your journey!
this wonderful building built by the merchant's of belfast is a treasure of British empire & Irish history. if you like architecture or historic places do not miss this treasured building in the heart of Belfast
An interesting building with very grand design, it is worth the free tour if you want to know more about its history and you get to see it's very impressive marble architecture and artwork upstairs.
Free guided tour is so great that you can learn a lot of Belfast history here! Our tour guide Christopher is really friendly and willing to answer any question you may have. It's also a good chance to visit some restricted area, such as banqueting room, council room, etc. Really interesting place for tourists!
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