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Things to do in Northern Ireland
Belfast - have a family day out at Belfast Zoo
Visit Belfast Zoo with the family and enjoy a relaxing day getting back in touch with nature. Visit the giraffe enclosure where more than 25 giraffes have been bred and then take a walk through the tropical rainforest enclosure. The zoo’s lake also has a wonderful picnic area where you can take your time and discover more about local plants and trees. The zoo is open every day from 10.00 - 16.00 October to March and 10.00 – 18.00 April to September.
Belfast - see the murals of West Belfast
All through history people have always turned to art in times of trouble and Belfast is no exception but in this instance the art is in the form of Murals on the outside walls of houses and buildings in the city. Walk around West Belfast and see depictions of both Republican and Loyalist murals, some political and some reflections on the hardship that many have undergone. Some of these murals are over 100 years old.
Belfast - tour the Titanic Quarter
Take a walk around the yard that built the most famous ship in the world. As its name suggests the Titanic Quarter in Belfast is the original home to RMS Titanic where it was built between 1909 and 1912 in the Harland and Wolfe Shipyards. The whole area has undergone extensive renovations to bring it back to its original state and the Titanic’s smaller sister the SS Nomandic is also being restored here
Fermanagh - visit the Sheelin Antique Irish lace museum
Every woman loves lace and the Irish make some of the best in the world. The Sheelin Antique Lace Museum in Fermanagh has over 700 examples of lace from 1890 – 1920. Take a browse around the museum and see the variations of lace design from the different regions of Ireland. The museum is open between April and October 10.00 – 18.00 although the shop next door is open all year round if you wish to buy examples of traditional lace.
Lisburn - relax and admire the landscapes of Arbel National Park
The Irish are renowned for their love of beer and brew some of the best beers in the world. The Hilden Brewery in Lisburn offers you the opportunity to learn how this process has been perfected over the centuries as well as sampling the products they make. There is also a restaurant where you can enjoy a relaxing lunch or dinner with your beer. The visitor centre is open every day except Monday’s. Check out the special Beer Festival on August Bank Holiday weekend
Londonderry - visit the Guildhall
The Guildhall in Derry is a beautiful red sandstone building with neo-gothic and Tudor designs. The clock tower to the side is based on the design used for the Big Ben Clock Tower in London and was first completed in 1887. The Guildhall was restored following a series of bomb attacks in the 1970s and is still the seat of the local government. The stained glass windows in the hall are thought by many to be the best in Ireland.
Introduction of Northern Ireland
First established in 1922 when it was annexed from the Republic, Northern Ireland hosts some of the most stunning scenery in the UK as well as a vibrant and modern capital. Belfast previously had a reputation for being a dangerous city, but today the cosmopolitan city centre is as safe as anywhere in the UK. Open-top buses tour districts which were once home to The Troubles, but many prefer to join one of the more discrete taxi tours instead. Outside the capital, Northern Ireland's sole World Heritage site is located on the Atlantic coast. The Giant's Causeway is made up of at least 40,000 basalt columns rising from the seabed. The entire Causeway Coast is simply beautiful, featuring idyllic beaches, breathtaking waterfalls and the oldest whiskey manufacturer in the world, Old Bushmills. There are many regular flights to the province from other UK cities. On arrival, guests can choose from a range of Northern Ireland hotels, from cheap backpacker hostels to the boutique-style accommodation which is typical of gentrified South Belfast.