Do you know now you can enjoy a Sunday Afternoon tea at the Titanic Suite? The Grand Staircase will be just next to you while you enjoy the Titanic's 5-star service.

Afternoon Tea - £24pp
Afternoon Tea including a glass of Prosecco - £29pp
Afternoon Tea including a glass of Champagne - £34pp
Children's Afternoon Tea - £10pp

More info and book online now - http://www.titanicbelfast.com/The-Experience/Upcoming-Events/Afternoon-Tea-by-the-Grand-Staircase.aspx

The Ulster Museum is just around the corner from our hostel! 

On 27th Feb, 2015, from 19:00 - 23:00, they are going to have their first late-night public event - LaTe LaB

The Ulster Museum is going to be transformed into a giant laboratory for over-18s. Experts are going to reveal the power of the periodic table and explode the myths with you. From art to atoms and cosmetics to cosmology, they will show you how chemical compounds affect our everyday lives. 

This is a free event but you would have to buy your tickets on their website. More info can also be found here.

For the Ulster Museum itself, opening times:  10am - 5pm. Closed Mondays (excluding NI Bank Holidays).

14 Feb 2015 - 17 Feb 2015 | Titanic Belfast | Titanic Quarter

Come and discover the Titanic story by answering the special Explorer Quiz, before heading over to The Andrew's Gallery for some Clayrazy fun.

This Special Family Ticket inlcudes:

•    9 galleries of the Titanic Experience
•    Do the Explorer Trail, picking up clues & meeting a few characters along the way
•    Make and take home your own Clayrazy model
•    Arts, crafts and storytelling

Family Ticket (2 Adults, 2 Child): £39
Additional Children: £7.25
Under 5's Free

After winter, give you the chance to enjoy a short walk amongst spring flowers as the woods and parkland reawaken. Hear of the hidden history of Glencairn Park and the people who once lived there.

Start Date: Saturday 7th February 2015 12:00

End Date: Saturday 7th March 2015 10:00


This is an exhibition of Fr. Frank Browne’s best photographs.

Frank Browne took his first photographs during a European tour in 1897, just before joining the Jesuits. These pictures express the remarkable talent of a man who was to emerge as the most significant Irish photographer in the first half of the twentieth century.

In 1912 his Titanic photographs brought international fame and by 1916 he was a WW1 chaplain to the Irish Guards. In 1921 took his final vows and still suffering from war wounds he went to Australia to recuperate and made a superb series of photographs of life in that country.

On his return to Ireland he continued to record aspects of Irish ways of life both personal and corporate which, when added to his pictures in South Africa, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Spain and England constitute a fascinating interpretation of a rapidly evolving world.” During this time he made 41,500 negatives. He died in 1960 and his work was largely forgotten.

These pictures form the basis of this exhibition, which in combination with the Yale University Press publication, “Frank Browne, A Life Through the Lens”, will position him in his rightful place as one of the twentieth centuries great photographers.


Since 1604 this Friday market has been on the St George’s site. This award-winning St George’s Market, built between 1890 and 1896, is one of Belfast’s oldest attractions.

This is one of the city’s most popular places where you can find the finest fresh produce, with customers travelling near and far to sample the delights of Friday, Saturday and Sunday markets.






In the Crescent Arts Centre you can have the opportunity to learn how to make both traditional and modern origami designs, from simple animals and stars to more complicated birds, boxes and even jewelry - all made from paper.

You can also learn how to make origami flowers with patterned paper and then piece them together into a beautiful bouquet. For more details, you can visit the following sites:


This Fair is held on the last Saturday of every month in the Church Hall of the St Mary Magdalene Parish Church on Donegall Pass, Belfast. Admission is free and doors open at 10 am and close at 4 pm. This is Belfast's oldest monthly Art, Antiques and Collectables Fair with something for everyone.

The next fair will be on Saturday 31st January 2015.

There will be a host of different items on sale including, Irish and other Art, bronzes, silver, coins, collectable and vintage magazines, medals, brassware, gold, silver and costume jewellery, pottery, porcelain, art glass, militaria, glassware, Belleek, artifacts, and lots of other interesting and collectable things.


Visit the Belfast Zoo this yuletide season for a festive Christmas with Santa! Fun activities are in store! Receive a gift from good ol' Saint Nick, help in give out presents for the chimpanzees, deck Christmas trees for the elephants, make Christmas crafts for you and your family and listen to the magical stories of Mrs. Claus. 

Book your tickets now!

Venue: Belfast Zoological Gardens Antrim Road
Date: December 13, 2014 - December 14, 2014 
           December 20, 2014 - December 22, 2014

Click here for more info