All visitors in the Belfast area are encouraged to check out Belfast City Hall! Located at the centre of Donegall Square, the civic headquarters of Belfast City Council is open to the public 7 days a week! Come and check out the magnificent building and go on a tour of the historical site! With many stories to uncover and amazing sights to see such as the Titanic Memorial Garden, and a number of statues honouring Belfast’s leading figures and heroes. There is an amazing cultural experience waiting for guests who choose to visit Belfast City Hall!

What can I see at Belfast City Hall?

The grounds of Belfast City Hall have numerous memorials to the history, events, and people associated with the incredible city! The memorials are made up of 2 lawns, the Titanic Memorial Garden, The Cenotaph war memorial, and the Garden of Remembrance.

There is a permanent visitor exhibition on display that opened up in 2017 and can be located on the ground floor of the east wing of Belfast City Hall. The exhibition offers an incredible journey through Belfast’s past to present, showing the colourful history of the city across 6 differently themed zones. The exhibition stretches through 16 separate rooms, all of which are presented within the original rooms of City Hall as designed in the 1890s!

  • Free admission to Hall but must book in advance for the exhibition
  • Open Monday to Friday from 9.30 am to 5 pm
  • The last admission time is 4 pm
  • Wheelchair accessible and disabled toilets found on Hall’s grounds

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