One Day in Belfast – History, Churches and Old Pubs

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Belfast City Hall
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Introduction

Belfast Entries is a website dedicated to the history of our people & places of interest. As such we have covered a variety of historic subjects e.g. historic buildings, pubs, interesting ‘walks’, and historic people. We do not cover the more recent history eg ‘The Troubles’ though there are tours specialising in this.

This page is intended to help Belfast visitors identify historic places of interest and find places covered on our website, BelfastEntries.

Map of Belfast Entries Places

The Google Map below shows the location of the places covered by our BelfastEntries website with a simple categorisation of the places eg historic pubs, churches, monuments stories and a number of short walks.

Browse the Map below to see things to see and do. . Click on the icons to read a quick summary of each place with a link to read a more detailed history.

Note that this page is very much a work-in-progress and will be updated to include all of the places covered on our website that still exist today.

Popular Places

A number of popular pubs, churches and walks are listed below.

Historic Belfast Pubs

Belfast has a number of historic pubs loved by locals and visitors alike. Some of the oldest are highlighted below. Over time we will add more pub histories. In the meantime, why not sample a few?



Belfast Walks

Belfast has a city centre is small enough to be explored on foot. Some may be interested in the walks described below.


Historic Belfast Churches

Belfast has a number of historic churches with fascinating histories. Read below to find out more and plan your visits…




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