Iconic Belfast Buildings & Momuments

SSE Arena


The SSE Arena Belfast is one of Northern Ireland's premier sports and entertainment venues. Originally called the Odyssey the centre is host to the stars of comedy, music and ice hockey.

Parliament Buildings Belfast


Parliament Buildings also referred to locally as Stormont is home to the Northern Ireland Assembly. Also within the Stormont Estate is Stormont Castle which houses the Northern Ireland Executive. Parliament Buildings was built in 1921 and has a great history to it including how it was camouflages during World War Two.

Belfast City Hall


Belfast City Hall located in Donegall Square is home of the City's Council and is the main civic building. Dating back to 1906 it has great history which you can explore with their free tours. On one side of the City Hall is the Cenotaph and on the other side is the Titanic Memorial Gardens opens as part of the Titanic Centenary in 2012

Belfast Castle


Belfast Castle is one of the city's and Northern Ireland's most famous landmarks adorning the Cave Hill Country Park. Opened in 1870 the Castle is a popular venue for business events and weddings.

SS Nomadic


The SS Nomadic sits in the Hamilton dry dock in Belfast Titanic Quarter in front of the Belfast Titanic Museum. The SS Nomadic now recently restored is open to the public. It was a White Star vessel used to ferry passenger's to Titanic in Cherbourg.

Titanic Belfast


Titanic Belfast is a world class visitor attraction located close to the slipway where the Titanic was launched over 100 years ago. The museum was opened in East Belfast's Titanic Quarter to mark the centenary of the sinking of Titanic.