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St George's Market

52 locals recommend ·

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Ben
Ben
March 8, 2019
If you are here over the weekend then definitely check out St. Georges Market. It runs Friday through to Sunday.
Stephen
Stephen
October 2, 2018
Great food, local artisans, live music at the weekend. Go on a Sunday for a great atmosphere!
Suzy & Darren
Suzy & Darren
July 28, 2018
Great market in Belfast for artisan food, local artwork, crafts and music
Anna
Anna
July 27, 2018
Indoor market open until 3pm Friday to Sunday.
Vicky
Vicky
July 25, 2018
St George's Market is one of Belfast's oldest attractions and one of the best markets in the UK and Ireland. There has been a Friday market on the St George's site since 1604. The present award-winning St George's Market, built between 1890 and 1896, is one of Belfast's oldest attractions. As well…

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Museum
“The Ulster Museum is free to enter and has several floors of all the old stuff you'd expect to find at a museum, though my favourite part is seeing the Egyptian Mummy Takabuti in her open sarcophagus.. :) ”
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History Museum
“I actually don't recommend you take the tour of the Titanic Museum. I personally feel that it is too big and full of too much information that you have to read yourself because it's a self guided tour. You will need to spend 2-3 hours here to complete the tour, but if you are interested in the history of ship building and manufacturing in Belfast, then you'll enjoy it.. :) I would however recommend that you visit the building itself to just admire the architecture of it and the surrounding area where you can see the Thompson dry dock where the ship was docked before setting off into the Belfast harbour which is very pleasant. You can walk to the Titanic museum along the River Lagan walk way, which you can access at the bottom of the street and it will take you all the way to the museum. ”
  • 107 locals recommend
Pub
“This bar is located in Belfasts Cathedral Quarter which connects many bars via narrow cobble stone streets. the thing I like about this bar is that most of the people sit outside on the street with their drinks, and they play live music and serve food, which creates a festival type atmosphere. ”
  • 53 locals recommend
Bus Station
“The main bus and train depot. Trains and buses to the South of Ireland arrive and depart from here. Other routes to the rest of Northern Ireland depart from here. For best prices book in advance online.”
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Belfast, Northern Ireland BT1 3NQ
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