Titanic Belfast is hosting a photographic exhibition of its World War 1 commemorative event Letters Home. The exhibition follows senior citizens from north and east Belfast who were brought to the Titanic Quarter to explore letters and other World War 1 exhibits at the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI). The exhibition is free and is located in Titanic Belfast’s Atrium, and runs until 31st January.
Head into the Belfast Hills or along the Lagan Towpath for a calorie busting and head refreshing winter walk. You’ll need to wrap up well this weekend as the temperatures are set to start feeling more wintry ! If you are walking up Divis don’t forget stop and enjoy a hot drink and snack at the Divis Coffee Barn which is the highest in Ireland at 1025 feet Find out more about some Belfast and NI walks here.
The Titanic Slipway Pilgrimage is a guided walk with opportunities to pause and reflect on the exact footprint where Titanic was born. The walks are open to all, free of charge and typically last less than an hour – unless walkers have a lot of questions. This Sunday @2pm. Meet in the foyer of Titanic Belfast. More at www.titanicbelfast.com/The-Experience/Upcoming-Events/Titanic-Pilgrimage-Walk.aspx
Mac International exhibition: MAC International is the MAC’s first ever open arts prize, which offered professional artists worldwide the opportunity to exhibit in the MAC. Runs until 18th Jan 2015. More at www.themaclive.com
St Georges Market
Surely the best free weekly event in the City with live music every weekend, free food samples and a fantastic atmosphere!
The market opening hours are Saturday 9am-3pm and Sunday 10am-4pm. More at www.belfasttimes.co.uk/st-georges-market/
Confirm with each venue prior to visiting to confirm timings and also in case of last minute cancelations or changes to planned event.