Belfast Pub Crawl

Belfast is a bustling harbour town with a rich history of hard-working people. It's no surprise that it was here, in the city's famous shipyards, that the largest ship of its time was built - the Titanic. The company responsible for its construction, Harland and Wolff, remains a prominent part of the city to this day.

As you explore Belfast, you'll notice that the legacy of Harland and Wolff is still very much alive. The shipyards where the Titanic was built are now a popular tourist attraction, and the company's iconic yellow cranes, known locally as Samson and Goliath, still dominate the city's skyline. As you can see on the photo.

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The pubs


The Crown Liquor Saloon

The Crown Liquor Saloon in Belfast is a seriously cool pub. It's got loads of great private sitting booths that you won't find in just any old pub. The design is something special, with an old-school Victorian vibe that makes it stand out from the crowd. The wooden bar is seriously impressive, and there are all sorts of quirky decorative touches that give it real character. The floor's pretty funky too, with a colourful tile pattern that'll catch your eye as soon as you walk in.


You'll be drawn in by the awesome exterior of this bar from miles away. The outside of the building is decked out in seriously cool graffiti art that'll make you want to step inside and see what's going on. Once you're in, you'll find a cosy pub with all the usual Irish pub decor, but with a twist: the wooden tables have the pub's logo cut right into them, adding a touch of personality and uniqueness to the place.

Kelly's Cellars

Kelly's Cellar is a pub with a storied past that's steeped in tradition and has welcomed many famous guests over the years. In fact, the pub's rich history includes a notable connection to the legendary Irish folk group, The Dubliners, who even used the pub as the backdrop for their album cover. It's just one of the many fascinating stories that add to the pub's charm and appeal. Whether you're a local or a tourist, it's a must-visit destination that offers an authentic pub experience.

Bittles bar

For a truly unique and unforgettable pub experience in Belfast, look no further than Bittles Bar. Despite its small size, this pub is big on character and is a must-visit destination for anyone looking for something a little different. This is also due to the unique architecture style.

Duke of York

This pub's design is seriously impressive. The attention to detail is out of this world, and there's something cool to look at no matter where you turn. They've got gorgeous stained-glass windows and a crazy amount of wall decorations that we're totally into. You'll be totally blown away by the sheer amount of visual interest in this place!