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10 indoor activities to do in Northern Ireland

Here are some of the best activities to do on a rainy day in Northern Ireland.

We Are Vertigo

We Are Vertigo is Northern Ireland’s number one family entertainment complex, featuring a Trampoline Park, Ski and Adventure Centre, Spa and their recently opened Skydiving Centre.

Dundonald Ice Bowl

You can choose to ice skate at the public Olympic size ice rink, play some bowling or go wild for the adventure at Indiana Land.

W5 

W5 is an award winning Interactive Discovery Centre in Belfast

Exploris 

Exploris is Northern Ireland’s only public Aquarium and seal sanctuary, with open pool talks, live feeding and family-friendly events all year round.

The Lost City Adventure Golf

Enjoy two 18-hole indoor, tropical rainforest themed adventure golf courses, Sunken Skull Ridge and Explorer Falls, complete with interactive obstacles and special effects.

Bangor Aurora Aquatic & Leisure Complex

Bangor Aurora Aquatic and Leisure Complex has a wide range of facilities including 50m swimming pool, health and fitness suite, sports hall and squash courts.

Armagh Planetarium

At Armagh Planetarium, the whole family can use interactive displays to learn about the cosmos and watch the latest space news in real time.

Titanic Museum

Titanic Belfast is the world’s largest Titanic visitor experience, with interactive galleries exploring the history and heritage of Titanic plus guided tours.

Go to the Cinema

Relax at one of Northern Irelands cinemas to see the most recent movies. Order some popcorn and put your feet up for a couple of hours.

The Jet Centre

The Jet Centre has something to suit everyone – an 8 screen digital cinema showing all the latest movies, an indoor children’s play facility, a bowling alley which has 14 lanes, an 18 hole miniature golf course and an arcade which has the most recent amusement machines.

Ulster Museum

As Northern Ireland’s treasure house of the past and the present, the Ulster Museum is home to a rich collection of art, history and natural sciences and is free to all visitors.