The Historic and Iconic Assembly Buildings is one of the finest conference and exhibition venues in the city of Belfast. Designed in the architectural style of a Scottish baronial castle, the gothic structure boasts a 40m high clock tower, a bell tower housing Belfast’s only operational peal of 12 bells, which can chime hymns and carols on the hour. The building was officially opened at Fisherwick Place in Belfast city centre by The Duke of Argyll, the brother-in-law of King Edward VII at the start of the 1905 General Assembly Week.
The Assembly Buildings is located in the heart of the city and is easily accessible by foot, car, taxi, bus and train. The main bus and train station (Great Victoria Street Station) is only 200 metres from the conference venue and is where airport buses from Belfast and Dublin airports terminate.
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