Belfast City Hall
It is open to the public, with Free Tours most days except Sunday. Telephone 028 9027 0456 for exact times. There is also a Gift Shop.
The Hall presents all brands of entertainment, from Billy Connolly to Willie Nelson to the Soweto String Quartet.
The Waterfront Brasserie opens onto the Riverside Terrace on the mezzanine level of the Hall. It is operated by Letheby & Christopher, and is open most days from pre-lunch tea, through lunch and dinner, until a midnight post-show supper. Quite popular, reservations are suggested, which you may make by phoning (028) 9024 4966.
But it is kind of interesting to take a peek at what it looks like. Townhouses and little houses and streets like you find in any part of Ireland or the U.K.
I think it is an important perspective.
Belfast welcomes tourists, and has built a new tourist information center called the Belfast Welcome Centre at 47 Donegall Place. They are happy to tell you all about local events, attractions, entertainment and restaurants. There is an Internet Cafe on premises. You can get information about golf, find out about local heritage, and tips on bird watching. You can also change currency at their Bureau de Change. It is clear that they are serious about helping you enjoy your stay in Belfast, if you choose to visit.
If you are of Irish ancestery in any way (are we not all Irish in some way) it is really fun to see your Family Crest. Click Here and take a look.
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