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Best things to do in Belfast

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

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“Castlereagh Hills Golf Course is a beautiful 18-hole parkland course situated in the heart of the magnificent Castlereagh countryside. The golf course is conveniently located over the hedge from Greystone Cottage. Golfers can unwind and enjoy the breathtaking views of Strangford Lough and County Down which is the backdrop of many magnificent holes on the course.”
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Route
“Countryside walking trail from Belfast to Comber, along the comber greenway. Great if you have a bike”
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“Cinema, Kids Play place (Funky Monkeys & Indiana Land), great restaurants, Dundonald Ice Bowl, Adventure Golf etc... 5 minutes away”
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Church
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“This place used to be a college which I (Conall) studied Performing Arts at. Now it's been transformed into a studio for artists. There are events on in here as well so it's worth searching up. ”
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Travel Agency
“Led by expert guides and conflict historians, ‘A History of Terror’ is a multi-award winning city center walking tour of Belfast. In over 2 miles and 2.5-hours, it will explain the history of ‘The Troubles’ and the path to peace and reconciliation.”
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“Check out their website for lots of workshops and activities in Ulster. Event details Sat, 25/08/2018 - 2:00pm - 5:00pm Join Ulster Wildlife and the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group for a guided watch for whales, dolphins and porpoises from one of the best Porpoise watching spots in Northern Ireland. Please bring binoculars and/or spotting scopes if you have them. FAMILY FRIENDLY? Yes – under 16s must be accompanied by a responsible adult. SURFACE: Coastal car park but be aware we will be watching adjacent to cliffs. CLOTHING: Check forecast beforehand and dress suitably.”
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Public Art
“At the Ulster museum- free entry. Worth a look, beautiful tapestry depicting the full storyline, over 70ft long and still growing. Check website to confirm the exhibit is still available as it can be sent elsewhere”
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