Northern Ireland Photos

I hope you enjoy some of the sights around Northern Ireland, i have been to all of these several times. They are well worth a visit if you ever set foot over here for  a visit.

Over the years i have worked in three of the buildings, Belfast City Hall, Belfast Castle and Stormont Castle.

There will be another post with more sights coming soon.

Belfast city hall and stands in the city centre. Tours are held all day and there is also a restaurant open to the public.

People relaxing in the city hall grounds on a summer’s day.

Stormont Parliament building is where the Northern Ireland Assembly sits.

Stormont castle is used as offices and has a few function rooms.

The giants causeway, at Portrush, Co.Antrim. It was formed by volcanic eruptions and cooled by the sea to form the shapes.

Dunluce castle on the Antrim coast.

Belfast botanical gardens green house ( part of. )

Belfast museum  building is in the back ground

The palm house in part of the botanical gardens green house. They are plants from all over the world.

The mountains of Mourne on a summer’s day. Every year thousands of people take part in the Mourne walk, following the wall from start to finish.

Carrick-a-reed rope bridge.

What a drop, it takes you to a small island with only one man’s house on it who fish’s for wild salmon.

Belfast castle, overlooking the whole of Belfast. Many people would spend the day here going on the different walks.

Excellent restaurant.

The marble Arch Caves, it is a great tour which i have been on three times.

This is called the porridge pot.

To get into the caves, first of all you have five minutes in a boat.

Just one of the many caves, at the lowest point you are about 1/3 of a mile underground. The worst part climbing all the  steps, hill, etc; to get out.

Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark.

The First International Geopark in the World!

35 responses to “Northern Ireland Photos

  1. Nice pictures Harry, thanks for the tour of ireland.

  2. I love the picture of Dunluce castle on the Antrim coast. Can you imagine living there? you could almost write a story or poem around that picture.
    I love the look of the mountains of Mourne. I’m a wide open spaces person 😕

  3. PIP, i have been to them all on a good day:) they are so peaceful.

  4. One of these days I really should visit Northern Ireland.

  5. I loved this photo tour. Thanks for posting it. The giants causeway and Marble Arch Caves were particulaly interesting. Hope you have a great weekend. As usual I’m running far behind when it comes to my blogging, and that’s because making a living must come first.

  6. P.S. I’d appreciate it if you corrected my typos Harry. My vision is limited to only one eye today.

  7. Castles and gardens – two of my favourite things to visit!

  8. these are great – but there is no way you’d ever get me on that rope bridge

  9. Nice Photo’s


  10. I really enjoyed these Harry.
    Thank you for putting them up.

    But my information is that the Giants Causeway was created by Finn McCool 🙂


  11. Wow, what a great looks that country has, lovely! I love those rocks and caves, not sure I would like being in one though.

  12. One day I’ll get there……

  13. Excellent post! Impressive material! Thanks!

  14. Thank you saarimner, glad you liked them.

  15. lovely! the castle and the cave are the most interesting to me!

  16. That Giants Causeway would be a sight to behold. Turns out I don’t know anything about Northern Ireland. I always thought Northern Ireland would be exactly like they showed on Family Guy :$

  17. Amazing castles. You have experienced and seen some magical sights. Thanks for sharing them with us. I may never get there, but I can tell they are worth trying to visit.

  18. Amazing! Thanks to you I have just visited Northern Ireland and didn’t spend a dime. I know it is not the same as smelling and touching the sights but it will have to do for now. Amazing stories you must have to share. I’m on the edge of my chair..waiting. Love your others post… I’m checking out some Norwegian fjords…mom’s homeland.. Awesome sights also. staying in touch…good day

  19. Thank you emilieann for visiting and i hope you call back.
    Would you do the following to make you name live so that i and other people can visit your blog.

    To link you username to your blog > Dashboard -> Users -> Personal Settings -> then scroll down to Account Details. Then scroll down to where it says ‘Website‘ select the URL for your primary blog and then save changes.

    Now every time you sign into the forum we can all click on your username and your blog will be linked to it. And every time you leave a comment on a blog your username can be likewise clicked and your blog can be instantly located.

  20. I love your photos!
    I have been to Northern Ireland twice and I miss it constantly when I’m away- I love Ireland and Belfast in particular!


    • Inbar,thank you for your visit and i see you have the Crown bar in one of your posts.
      I think you should have translate in your header bar as i do, for people to read your site.
      I have the code if you want it.

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