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Malone Lodge Hotel & Apartments
60 Eglantine Avenue, Malone Road
Belfast, BT9 6DY, Northern Ireland
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Sunday's In Belfast

St George’s Market, Belfast

St George’s Market is one of Belfast’s oldest attractions and is one of the best markets in the UK and Ireland. It's famous for it fresh, local produce, independent vendors and great atmosphere.

Belfast Walking Tours - 'A History of Terror'

Experience the 'Belfast Tour of the Year 2017,' a Belfast city centre walking tour which explains the history of the Troubles and the peace process with a total lack of bias. Lasting around 2 - 2.5 hours, let experiences guides walk you through this dark period in Northern Ireland's history.

Pirates Adventure Golf, Dundonald

Set in fully landscaped surroundings, players must plot their way round the fun and exciting challenges of each hole and enjoy specifically designed special effects, which are unique to Pirates Adventure Golf.

Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Holywood

Discover town and countryside with cottages, farms, schools and shops to explore in the beautiful parkland of the Folk Museum. Climb on and off majestic steam locomotives or experience the sensation of flight in the Transport Museum.

Belfast Hills, Dunmurry, Belfast

Experience the Belfast Hills, renowned for providing a unique backdrop to a thriving urban area. Being so close to the city, fantastic views over Belfast and beyond can be easily enjoyed at Cave Hill and Belfast Castle or Black Mountain.

Queen’s Film Theatre, Belfast

QFT is Northern Ireland's foremost independent cinema, which screens the very best in new and classic films from all over the world. The cinema has two screens, a fully licensed bar and is open from 18.00 to 23.00, seven days a week.

The Lagan Towpath

Enjoy a scenic riverside walk along the towpath, which extends for 11 miles from Belfast to Lisburn.

Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast is a 'must see' attraction in any tour of Belfast and Northern Ireland. Housed in an iconic, six-floor building, it is located in the heart of Belfast, right beside the historic site of this world-famous ship’s construction.

Inspired by the wrecks discovered in 1985 and more recently in James Cameron's "Titanic", Titanic Walking Tours has recently been voted No.1 tourist attraction on Trip Advisor. The tour is a gentle stroll on flat ground covering about 1 mile. It lasts approximately 1.5 hours.

Belfast City Bike Tours

Belfast City Bike Tours offer fun, eco-friendly tours of Belfast City with local guides to show you the sights, some of which are only reachable by bike. The easy paced tours take in over 30 points of interest with plenty of photo opportunities.

Nomadic Belfast (SS Nomadic)

The last remaining White Star Line vessel, SS Nomadic, has been restored to her original glory and is back home in historic Hamilton Dock, near Titanic Belfast. Get on board and experience over 100 years of authentic maritime and social history.

Segway NI - Belfast Titanic Tours

Segway NI is the largest Segway provider in Northern Ireland. They have the largest Segway Off Road Track in Northern Ireland (approx 4km) and operates the Segway Titanic Tour - the only Segway Guided City Tour in the UK. The tour around Titanic Quarter will be guided.

Belfast Castle

Belfast Castle Estate is adjacent to one of the highest spots in Belfast, Cave Hill, offering great views over Belfast Lough and the city. For generations, Cave Hill has been synonymous with Belfast, with its imposing outline visible throughout the city. The landmark, named for the five caves located on the side of the cliffs, contains a wealth of natural, archaeological and historical features, including Belfast Castle.
Its most famous feature, known locally as Napoleon's Nose, is believed to have been the inspiration for Jonathan Swift's novel, Gulliver's Travels.

Cave Hill Visitor Centre is located in the basement of Belfast Castle. This fascinating and intriguing museum is open Tuesday to Sunday 9am to 10pm and Sunday & Monday 9am to 5.30pm and admission is free.

Belfast Zoo

Belfast Zoo is home to more than 1,000 animals and 150 species, the majority of which are facing increasing danger in their own habitats.

Some of the animals you can see include:

  • Barbary lions
  • Red kangaroos
  • Spider monkeys
  • Moloch gibbons
  • Rothchild's giraffes
  • Asian elephants
  • Malayan sun bears

Aunt Sandra's Candy Factory

Aunt Sandra's Candy Factory is nationally renowned as one of the finest purveyors of handmade chocolates, fudge and boiled sweets, made from 100 year old recipes. A visit to the shop is like taking a trip back in time where visitors can look in on the whole production process and see how handmade chocolates and handmade fudge are made, most of which can be sampled as it's produced.

W5 at Odyssey

W5 (Who, What, When, Where, Why) is an interactive science and discovery centre. It is not a museum so visitors of all ages are free to let their imagination turn, twist and fly through 250 hands-on exhibits and experience seasonal events, science shows and temporary exhibitions within the admission price.