Clarion Hotel Carrickfergus
75 Belfast Rd.
Belfast, XB BT38 8PH
Phone: (44) 289 3364556
Fax: (44) 289 3351620
75 Belfast Rd. Carrickfergus, Belfast, XB, GB, BT38 8PH
- Phone: (44) 289 3364556
- Fax: (44) 289 3351620
This Omniplex has 6 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website or call +44 871 720 0400.
The Carrickfergus Castle on one side and the great ocean view on the other make this parking lot a picture perfect location for festivals and open-air concerts.
Located in Newtownabbey which is just a few miles from Belfast, Theatre At The Mill is a great theater which brings to life a number of classical plays and dramas with its interesting repertoire. Expect nothing short of the best each season as the talented troupes take center stage. The foyer and auditorium can be hired for business, social and private events, and catering is taken care of. Check website for a list of upcoming events. Free theater tours are possible on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Located just a few miles from Belfast are the Seapark Recreation Grounds in Hollywood which attract families, students, tourists and couples in plenty especially during summers when there is a higher probability of concerts and community events being held here. Football pitches, bowling greens, tennis courts, shower room facilities for men and women and spectacular firework displays during festivals make these grounds extremely popular and with good reason too.
This Movie House has a couple screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
Set on the wooded slopes of the dramatic Cave Hill is the 19th-century edifice of Belfast Castle. The castle was built in 1870 and was previously home to the Earl of Shaftesbury. Within the castle are two rather expensive restaurants and also a small heritage center offering an insight into the area's history. There is a playground for children. The castle and its spectacular grounds afford beautiful views of the whole city and across Belfast Lough. If you feel like venturing beyond the grounds, there are walks which lead you up to the foot of Napoleon's Nose and to the caves that gave the Cave Hill its name. Check website for varying open hours.
Home ground to the local heroes Crusaders F.C, the Seaview stadium is predominantly used to host football matches that are well-attended by fans who throng the area to cheer their boys on. The seating capacity of 5473 may not be too impressive but a witnessing a match on these grounds promises to be an eventful experience.
Shorts Sports and Recreation Club is a sprawling complex where one can enjoy some 'me' time while practicing various sports and recreational activities. Football, snooker, chess and bowling are actively indulged in here. There is a camera club too where avid photographers and amateurs who share their skills of photography and working with the lens. The onsite bar and restaurant is also a popular meeting place for members.
Ballykillare Sports Complex is the place to go if you are looking to stay in shape in Bangor. A modern sports facility, its features include two full-size outdoor AstroTurf pitches, a full-size grass football pitch (all with floodlights), an athletic track and equipment. It has played host to training sessions by Chelsea F.C. and the German national team. It also hosts local sports training programs for hockey, football and the like. Tip: whatever else you do on the AstroTurf, stay on your feet, unless you enjoy tearing holes in your knees.
Feel the adrenaline coursing through your veins at T13 Urban Sports Park. This park offers plenty of things to do from skate-boarding, break-dancing, running and DJing. Explore the various art exhibitions that are put up to encourage local talent and offer a fresh perspective to life. There is a restaurant and bar as well where you can take a break and relax.
Well over a hundred years old and built in 1890, the Solitude stadium in Belfast has history written all over it and is an institution in itself. With a current capacity of 6224 and after renovations in 2002 and 2008, new stands have been added to accommodate visiting supporters. To witness a match at this vintage stadium is indeed a an honor; do not miss out on it!
Built in 1892 and renovated in 1999, the Oval stadium owned by Girona has been around for over a century and still continues to serve its purpose of being a fully functional football stadium. Surviving a bombing in 1941 during World War 2, these grounds have a story to tell, and catching a live match here promises to be an awe-inspiring prospect.