Attractions in Northern Ireland

Attractions in Northern Ireland

1Castle Ward

Castle Ward is an interesting 18th century, national trust mansion, famed for it mixture of Classical and Gothic faade. Take a ride in a tractor-trailer around our adjoined farm and visit the animals See more. , with woodland, lakeside and parkland walks all with stunning viewpoint of the surrounding are there is something for everyone at one of Northern Irelands popular tourist attraction. Hide.

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2The Odyssey

Odyssey is a multi-functional entertainment and educational venue situated at Queens Quay, Belfast. The venue offers an indoor Arena which seats up to 10,000 people and is the home of the Belfast Gia See more. nts Ice Hockey Team; the Pavilion, which features the 12 screen multiplex Village Cinemas, ten-pin bowling, an IMAX Cinema and a range of restaurants, bars and leisure facilities; W5 whowhatwherewhenwhy, an interactive discovery centre where families can enjoy an exhilarating educational experience. Hide.

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3Belfast Zoo

Belfast Zoo is situated on an extensive 55 acre site with amazing view of the Belfast area. Belfast Zoo acts a safe haven for more that 160 species of endangered animal these include Malayan tapir and See more. Golden lion tamarin. Come and visit Northern Ireland's most popular animal attractions. Hide.

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4Saint Patricks Centre

Come see an exciting interpretative exhibition on Ireland's own patron saint, Saint Patrick. The exhibition tells the fascinating story of Christianities arrival to Ireland. A series of interactive di See more. splays allow visitors to explore how Patrick's legacy developed in early Christian times and reveal the fabulous artwork from this Golden Age. Hide.

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5Exploris

Exploris is one of Ireland's most impressive aquariums, showing a wonderful range of sea life such as: Sharks, rays, octopuses, starfish and now a seal sanctuary. If you hang around long enough, feedi See more. ng time is bound to come, we have a giant tanks especially constructed so you can witness feeding frenzy at close range. Hide.

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6Bangor Castle

Bangor Castle was completed in 1852 for Robert Edward Ward. Since then it has come under the ownership of the North Down Borough Council who now have opened this amazing building to the public and pro See more. vde a range of sporting and lesuire services. Come and visit the fully restored tourist attraction in Northern Ireland. Hide.

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