We all love something for FREE…..check out our list of free fun stuff to do in Belfast.
Belfast City Hall tour
- Monday to Friday: 10am, 11am, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm
- Saturday and Sunday: 12 noon, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm.
This is a fascinating tour into the most iconic Belfast building. The guides take you on a one hour tour of the building revealing some fascinating secrets along the way. The tour is on a first come first served bases and leaves from the main foyer.
The tour service on Sundays, bank holidays and public holidays is subject to change.
Visit the historic Linenhall Library
The Linenhall Library was founded in 1788 and is the oldest in Northern Ireland. Inside you will find an abundance of local literary history and facts. It’s a beautiful oasis of calm right in the City Centre with super views of the grand City Hall and it’s well worth checking out.
Enjoy FREE live music and a fantastic atmosphere in St Georges Market
Belfast’s award winning market is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
- Friday Variety Market: 6am – 2pm
- City Food and Craft Market: 9am – 3pm with FREE live music from 10.30-2.30
- Sunday Craft Market: 10am – 4pm with FREE live music from 11.30-3.30
Did you know there is a FREE shuttle bus connecting the City centre to the market every Friday and Saturday. Find out all about it here.
Pop along and meet Northern Ireland’s most famous Mummy or visit one of the many exhibits which delve into our local history and it’s all FREE. We love everything about it from the art treasures to the dinosaurs and from the impressive entrance hall to the building’s architecture.
Visit The Age of Liberty at the Ulster Museum until April 19. Step into the wardrobe of the early 1900s as women were freed from their corset and unleashed into an age of liberty. Admire beautiful fabrics and elegant embellishments of exquisite gowns with an exhibition that showcases the rich and exotic opulence of a glamorous silhouette.
Titanic Pilgrimage Walk
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.
Every Sunday @ 2pm
Last Sunday in the month @2pm