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#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Lisburn
Must see the changing art displays by local talented groups, free to view.definately
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Lisburn
Lisburn Cathedral ,stands on the site of the old St Thomas church, built in 1641 but ,in 1662 ,Charles 2nd Established the site as the now Christ Church Cathedral, but in April 1707 , the town of Lisburn along wit...
Hillsborough Castle Hillsborough, UK 6.1 km away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Hillsborough
NB the site is being revamped, the public rooms changed, and with enhanced facilities for visitors.
#3 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Lisburn
It's fantastic that those involved had the vision and passion to use this site to fuse art and geology.
National Football Stadium Belfast, UK 9.8 km away
#1 of 88 Sights & Landmarks in Belfast
The interactive parts were very entertaining for small and "big" kids alike and the views of the stadium from the different stops is hair-raising (except the corrugated plastic at back of the North end, takes away...
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Kingspan Stadium Belfast, UK 11.7 km away
#4 of 88 Sights & Landmarks in Belfast
Clean, good access, comfortable, good views of the pitch, and great atmosphere at Ulster Rugby matches.
I've been at the Kingspan a few times over the last few years and have always been impressed with the view and atmosphere.
Queen's University Belfast, UK 10.9 km away
#14 of 88 Sights & Landmarks in Belfast
Well worth a walk through and around this stunning building - a sneaky view of the Great Hall is a must if available.
beautiful city with beautiful views.
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Peace Wall Belfast, UK 11.5 km away
#8 of 88 Sights & Landmarks in Belfast
Including many distinctly Protestant and Catholic neighborhoods, Shankills and Falls Roads areas, numerous memorials, site of pub and other bombings and atrocities, the Peace Wall, Murder Wall, Sinn Fein headquart...
The Peace Wall and surrounding streets/ areas are both fascinating and disturbing, but a must if you want to begin to understand the different religious views.
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St. Malachy's Church Belfast, UK 12.0 km away
#6 of 88 Sights & Landmarks in Belfast
Do yourself a favour and make the time to visit this historic landmark.
Falls Road Belfast, UK 11.4 km away
#11 of 88 Sights & Landmarks in Belfast
Great for a long stroll to view the murals, and excellent restaurants and bars, as well as the Kennedy shopping centre, casement park, miltown cemetery, so plenty to see and do, friendly people and that is with my...
I live in the North West but when we visit Belfast be it for a shopping trip or for other reasons we always make it our business to travel up "The Falls" to see historical sights such as Divis Tower and murals suc...
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