Inside the Belfast Harbour Office - A visual Guide

Have you ever been lucky enough to visit Belfast Harbour Office or to take a tour around the magnificent building which dates from 1854? Have you heard the tale of the Harbour Ghost or been captivated by the Veiled Lady? Never fear if you haven't! To make these stories more publicly accessible, Belfast Harbour has created a new colour visual guide to take interested readers on a pictorial tour of the interior of the building,

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In recent years, Belfast Harbour Office has hosted numerous prestigious, charity and fundraising events as part of Belfast Harbour's commitment to our Corporate Social Responsibility Programme. The building has been also open to the public during the Tall Ships Festival 2009, The Annual Maritime Festival as well as over the European Heritage Weekend each September.
 
All visitors to the Harbour Office have been captivated by the beauty and splendor of the Harbour Office. Adding to the magic effect is the interesting stories detailing the significance of the Harbour Office's artifacts, art collection and decor.
 
To make these stories more publicly accessible, Belfast Harbour has created a new colour visual guide to take interested readers on a pictorial tour of the interior of the building, from the imposing reception area to the room housing the famed Titanic Table, through the Board and Retiring Rooms before allowing the reader to exit in the shadow of the building’s magnificent Clock Tower.
 
Copies are available to download or to collect in the reception area of Belfast Harbour Office.

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