Places in Belfast

The culture and history of Ulster-Scots  surrounds us. Here are a few of the places in Ulster with special significance.

St Anne’s Cathedral

Belfast

Did you know?

Edward Carson is the only person to be buried in St Anne's Cathedral.

SS Nomadic

Belfast

Did you know?

SS Nomadic departed Belfast along with her smaller sistership "Traffic" , Nomadic was built to carry the first and second class passengers and Traffic was built to carry the third class (steerage) and the mail.

Linenhall Library

Belfast

Did you know?

The Library’s oldest book is De Anima (1490) written by the Eastern physician, Avicenna, about health and well being.

Harbour Office

Belfast

Did you know?

Around 80% of Northern Ireland’s oil and petroleum imports come though Belfast Harbour.

Discover Ulster-Scots Centre

Belfast

Did you know?

Did you know that the great Ulster-Scot exodus to the New World began in earnest when the Friends’ Goodwill sailed from Larne, County Antrim, for Boston, Massachusetts, in April 1717.