Built back in 1906, this grand civic building has a beautiful Baroque Revival style surrounded by neat green gardens dotted with monuments. Step inside to admire the gleaming Italian marble and colourful stained glass windows. You can also find out more about the city’s history in the Visitor Exhibition.
Built back in the 12th century, this Norman castle has a lengthy and illustrious history. It was under siege by King John in 1210 and was also used during the American War of Independence, the Napoleonic Wars and the First and Second World Wars. Inside, you can see the historic great hall, as well as cannons overlooking the coastline.
One of the UK’s greatest natural wonders, the Giant’s Causeway consists of around 40,000 interlocking columns. This lava-sculpted plateau is a stunning sight, placed at the edge of the coastline overlooking the sea. You can even walk over some of the columns before you reach the entrance to the site.
These beautiful Botanic Gardens are filled with flowers and exotic plants. Look out for the ornate Palm House, one of the oldest cast iron glasshouses in the world, as well as the Tropical Ravine House. You’ll also find the Ulster Museum within the gardens – it’s the largest museum in Northern Ireland.