Construction began in 1898 after Belfast was awarded city status by Queen Victoria. The hall was built under the supervision of architect Sir Alfred Brumwell Thomas and was completed in 1906.
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The Customs House is an imposing Victorian building, designed by the architect Charles Lanyon. It represented Belfast importance in trade with only London and Liverpool collecting more duty from their Read more [...]
Bonamargy Friary is a late Franciscan foundation established in 1485 by Rory MacQuillan and built close to the mouth of the Carey and Shesk rivers.
Carrickfergus Castle is preserved as an ancient monument on the shore of Belfast Lough. John de Courcy, the Anglo-Norman baron who conquered much of Ulster, started building the castle in Read more [...]
The Albert Memorial Clock is a clock tower situated at Queen’s Square in Belfast, it was completed in 1869 after a competition for the design of a memorial to Queen Victoria’s late Prince Consort, Prince Read more [...]
Belfast has had a number of castles. The first Belfast Castle was built by the Normans in the late 12th century. A second castle, made of stone and timber, was Read more [...]
The Ballycastle museum is within the 18th century courthouse and market building. The museum’s collection includes the Irish Homes Industries Workshop which was part on the Arts and Crafts Revival Read more [...]