According to legend, Northern Ireland's Belfast Castle is safe as long as there is a (preferably white) cat residing there. This myth led to the creation of the "Cat Garden" on the slopes of Cave Hill, which boasts at least nine cats, visible & hidden, for visitors to discover.
Titanic Belfast in Ireland. The largest Titanic museum in the world. I've been to the one in Branson, MO and it was one of the most incredible places I've gone. They had a replica staircase just like this one and it was AMAZING to walk up those steps. I had chills and almost cried because it was so overwhelming. I really felt like I was on the actual Titanic. I would love to visit this museum when I go to Ireland someday.
harry_nl -- Belfast: Titanic Memorial -- Next to the Belfast City Hall is this memorial to the victims of the Titanic disaster. The Titanic was built in Belfast by Harland & Wolff from 1909 until 1912. The memorial was designed by Sir Thomas Brock.
'The Titanic was real? ... I'm never going on a cruise'
Workmen stand next to the screws of the RMS Titanic at a shipyard in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in this undated photo. The largest ship afloat at the time, the Titanic sank in the north Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City. (The New York Times)