Quick Glance!





Most attractions have both indoor and outdoor picnic facilities. You can make a day out extra special by creating an exciting food hamper for you and your family. Picnics offer a great opportunity for children to try new foods and recipes. Click here to get five food and drink suggestions you can try along with some health tips to help you and the environment.



Belfast Castle 

Castle and Garden that homes rare species of wildlife and plants

Belfast Print Workshop & Gallery 

An integrated gallery and workshops of local resident print artists

Colin Glen Forest Park 

Woodland, river, wildlife, provides a wilderness within Belfast City

Country Life Museum 

Social History spread over 4 floors, including the Great Famine

Giants Causeway 

Around 40,000 basalt columns, a result of volcanic eruption

Logan Meadows 

A small site located next to the River Cam an oasis for nature

Natural History Museum 

A wide-ranging and comprehensive Zoological Collection

The Waterworks 

Belfast's former water supply, now home to birds and wild fowl

Ulster Museum 

8,000 sq m of public display from Applied Arts to Archaeology

Victoria Park & Lake 

Playing Fields with two walking trails that centre around the lake