Completed in 1906 to commemorate Queen Victoria giving Belfast the status of City in 1888, the City Hall was built in the classic Renaissance style in Portland Stone. Its crowning feature is the great Dome, covered with copper and terminating with a stone lantern. The Dome is 173 feet high and is easily recognised throughout the City of Belfast. Facilities include a coffee shop.
City Hall is accessible to disabled users and visitors.
Public tours are available at the following times:
They are available on a first-come, first-served basis (no booking needed) and leave from the reception area inside Belfast City Hall.
There are no tours on Sundays, bank holidays or public holidays.
Belfast has its own version of the London Eye.
Located at the east side of Belfast City Hall, the Wheel of Belfast offers spectacular views across the city from a height of 200 feet.
Note: Map is an approximate indication ONLY. Please contact Belfast City Hall for directions and precise location prior to your visit.