Top 3 Things To Do Belfast

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Summer Fayre CS Lewis Square June 8th


Featuring seven bronze sculptures from "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe", Including Aslan, The White Witch, Mr Tumnus, The Beavers, The Robin and The Stone Table, It is a stunning display of public art. The spring fayres wide variety of arts and crafts, Food, Horticulture products, Street theatre and entertainment offers fun for all the family to enjoy. CS Lewis Square is located at Stop 6 on the Hop on Hop off tour.

At Stop 6 the EastSide Visitor Centre offers visitors access to information on the City's attractions from interactive screens, interpretative panels and a wall map, connecting people to EastSide's famous faces, places and industries.The Centre also includes a coffee bar, named after East Belfast's famous author CS Lewis. Affectionately known as 'Jack' to friends and family.

CS Lewis Square is open seven days a week but on the 8th of June it is extra special. It offers something for all ages and is family friendly, Rejoin the Hop on Hop off tour when your finished outside after, Explore other things to do in Belfast on the Hop on Hop off tour Maximise your time exploring Belfast City.

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Ulster Scotts Museum Belfast


Discover Ulster-Scots Centre is on the ground floor of the Corn Exchange Building with information displays, Educational literature and gift shop. There are a range of Ulster Scots publications available for sale and free Ulster-Scots literature to help you uncover more about your unique and culturally rich heritage. It is on the Hop on Hop off tour route at Stop 2. Disembark and find out which heritage trails will lead you down the path to your ancestors and learn how the Ulster-Scots emigrated around the world to become some of the important world leaders and entrepreneurs in history. One being Andrew Jackson, 7th President of the United States and Nashville’s most famous son.

Jackson, whose parents journeyed to America from Boneybefore outside Carrickfergus, was the first of 20 US Presidents with roots in Ulster. The centre is open daily to visitors from 9am-430pm, Who knows what you will discover about your roots.

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The Eileen Hickey Irish Republican History Museum situated in the heart of West Belfast, Along the Falls Road in the Conway Mill Complex at Stop 19 on the Hop on Hop off tour. The mill itself dates back as far as 1842 and has been in community use for the last 40 years. The museum was opened in February 2007 on the first anniversary of the passing of Eileen Hickey.

Eileen was one of the biggest contributing factors to the majority of artifacts that you will see inside the museum today. She had spent many years collecting and retrieving different pieces of Irish and British History to store and show to the next generation for the purpose of education and remembering the hard times of the past. Now open 10 years the museum still recognises the hard work that Eileen put in to make the Irish History Museum what it is today. There have been hundreds of additional exhibits donated by families from all over Northern Ireland and abroad to be preserved and put on display for the public to come and see.

    Key Exhibits Include

  • A jacket worn by IRA Volunteer Mairead Farrell while in prison
  • A life size model of a prison cell from the Armagh Prison
  • A large array of images, posters and newspapers related to the conflict
  • A library and interpretive centre to help with educational projects & historical research
  • Decommissioned weapons & uniforms from both sides of the conflict

The Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-2pm.

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