Published: 4th July 2019

Hickson’s Point Ready to Welcome Four-Legged Friends with Open Paws

Beth Grant pictured with Fergal and Rolo at Hickson's Point

The welcome mat is being rolled out across Titanic Quarter for dogs, with Titanic Belfast’s Hickson’s Point unveiling it is dog-friendly.

Hickson’s Point, Titanic Belfast’s newest shipyard themed hospitality space is now serving up food and drink for locals, visitors and dogs alike so visitors can enjoy a pint, nibbles and some live music with their best friend by their side.

Giving owners and dogs a new leash of life whilst exploring the already ‘pawpular’ Titanic Quarter. The latest places to sniff out on Belfast’s Maritime Mile include:-

  • The ‘Docker’s Rest’ Mural
    A unique collaboration between leading local artists Terry Bradley and Friz showcases Belfast’s contemporary art movement and maritime heritage.
  • The Buoys
    Check out the distinctive repainted buoys, which celebrate the city’s maritime heritage, in their new place of residence on the quays.
  • Glass of Thrones
    Celebrating the legacy of Game of Thrones® in Belfast, follow the stained glass window trail across to the Lagan Weir and SSE Arena towards SS Nomadic and finishing on the Titanic Slipways.
  • The Great Light
    One of the largest optics of its kind ever built in the world, weighing 10 tonnes and measuring 7 metres tall, the optic is a unique and stunning maritime heritage object.

Hickson’s Point joins the Dock Café and Rain Check in Titanic Quarter with their dog-friendly offering. For more information, visit titanicbelfast.com.