Very Informative guide took us through the history of the building, the various Lord Mayors. The stained glass windows and marble halls are beautiful.
Belfast is truly wonderful! This public building is magnificent and the one hour guided tour is a must for visitors and us locals alike. Really enjoyed it. Highlight: dressing up as the mayor and sitting in the Mayor's chair. Lots of insights into the history of the building and belfast. Don't miss it!
We were lucky to be there whilst the Christmas market was open. It was very cosy and fun. A lot of market stalls selling all different kinds of foods a sweets, so we tried a bit of everything.
The grounds of City Hall are beautiful, with striking historical monuments and memorials. In the winter they host the Continental Markets which are fantastic. The building itself is majestic and worth taking decent photos of- it's gorgeous! Inside, the guided tour (free!) lasts just under an hour. You get go see some beautiful art, fantastic rooms and some rare, interesting... More
The building houses Belfast City Council and is pretty much the fulcrum of the city, with many arterial roads leading to it. It is a very imposing building, and really stands out in Donegall Square. The gardens are immaculately maintained, and house both a memorial garden to the Titanic disaster and the Cenotaph to Belfast's World War dead. Inside the... More
My friend was attending her grandsons wedding and we went to find out where she had to go. We were amazed at the interior of this wonderful building.As it was a working building we were only allowed on the ground floor, but this was lovely. There was also a cafe within the building.
There is a great tour and it is free! The building inside is beautiful. It just takes 45 minutes. You should check the visit time on the website.
Belfast City Hall is possibly the most impressive-looking building in Belfast, and the interior is in keeping with the exterior. The tour begins in the extravagant marble-lined entrance hall with a brief history of Belfast and the City Hall, and takes you up the spectacular grand staircase, into the council chamber and various reception rooms. Unlike many tours of this... More
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