Belfast City Hall
A magnificent sight, especially when viewed from Royal Avenue, this imposing Portland stone and copper-domed building was completed in 1906 as a symbol of Belfast’s new city status. Queen Victoria stands at the front, and the grounds are dotted with many more statues and monuments, details of which can be found on a large map at the gates. In 1995 the building provided a dramatic backdrop when President Clinton switched on the city’s Christmas lights. A recent £11m refurbishment programme has seen the old girl spruced up and ready, once again, to receive visitors. Check out The Bobbin cafe, whose name reflects Belfast’s linen-making past, and No Mean City exhibition. And take a free 45min guided tour for a behind the scenes glimpse at this iconic building.
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