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Live traditional and contemporary music sessions, poetry readings, céilís, concerts, workshops and the children’s arts programme are just some of the reasons why An Chultúrlann is recognised as the Belfast Irish Experience. An Chultúrlann continues...more
This place is a cafe, bookshop (in Irish and English) and small gallery all in one. The menu was in english and irish and the food was very good including the vegetarian options. It was great to hear the customers speaking as gaeilge. They have...More
If you enjoy meeting up with friends and family for a get together, tea and a light lunch. This is the place to visit.
The Irish stew is absolutely amazing and it's got a very interesting library inside too, catch up with information on Irish...More
What a beautiful building with a lovely café /restaurant and a shop next to it for people interested in Irish language and culture.
Ordered the California chicken burger and it was incredibly tasty with the sauce! The salad was great, too, as it was a...More
All I can do is say I love this place - visitor or local - everyone should visit this amazing old building which has a vibrant coffee shop, shop, community and the most adorable staff. Warm and happy, and simply the best scones!
Great place to visitors and locals always plenty of exhibitions and talks on giving the history of the area. Highly recommended for tourists. Easy to get to from city centre too 10 mins down the Falls road by bus or taxi.
The Culturlann has a nice cafe which serves well cooked meals and snacks. It is usually very busy at meal times but a great place for a quiet chat with friends over a coffee and snack. Although it is a Gaelic speaking establishment all are...More
This is an Irish Cultural Centre and perhaps one of the friendliest and most welcoming places in Belfast. Bia Restaurant is TOP CLASS and you will usually be treated to Irish Traditional Music while you eat. Enjoy listening to staff and visitors speaking in Native...More
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The building was originally a Presbyterian church which was no longer used. Some Gaelic speakers purchased the building,initially funding it themselves but later receiving grants to help with refurbishment. At one time it... More
The building was originally a Presbyterian church which was no longer used. Some Gaelic speakers purchased the building,initially funding it themselves but later receiving grants to help with refurbishment. At one time it housed the first Gaelic college Colaiste Feirsde. The Culturlann is open and welcoming to all whether one speaks Gaelic or not but it is, primarily, a meeting place for Gaelic speakers. There are classes for all levels for those who wish to learn Gaelic. I think there are also Spanish and French classes.There is a choir and different events for children. There is also a theatre where plays are performed and concerts held.