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Points of Interest: Belfast
Belfast was once also home to one of the largest shipyards in the world where the Titanic was built and there are many local attractions in memory of this.
Another of the region’s major landmarks comes is Belfast City Hall which currently stands as Belfast’s City Council’s civic building. This particular establishment first opened its doors in 1906 and has been proudly standing in Donegall Square ever since.
Belfast Zoological Gardens, which house over 1000 animals and 150 species, are located on the slopes of Cave Hill. The zoo currently takes part in over 90 European and global combined breeding programmes, as well as various conversation work.
The Botanic Gardens are another attraction Belfast is extremely proud of, as they play an important part of the city’s Victorian heritage. This plant-filled space is a popular meeting point for locals and many of the garden’s original plant collections can still be seen in the park today. The featured Palm House, which was designed by Sir Charles Lanyon, is one of the earliest examples of a glasshouse to date.
The Argory, built in the 1820s, is both a riverside estate and an ambient Irish gentry house brimming with Victorian and Edwardian interests.
This Neo-classical masterpiece is surrounded by 320 acres of wooded forest. Keen walkers will often frequent this area as it is home to a number of scenic pathways, sweeping vistas and a variety of incredible courtyard displays.
The onsite, award-winning tearooms and adventure playground provide a retreat to both adults and children.