Conferencing at the heart of Belfast city
The historic landmark building at Fisherwick Place has been part of Belfast’s cityscape since 1905. The administrative heart of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland was built in the gothic ‘Scottish Baronial’ style, with a 40m high clock tower that houses the city’s only operational peal of 12 bells. Long since surpassed by the towering surrounding buildings, its place as a unique conferencing and exhibition centre remains.
Although Assembly Buildings was built at the start of the 19th century, the redevelopment has created a 21st century conferencing complex that blends the historic with the latest technology and modern facilities.
With the 1,150 seater Assembly Hall at its heart along with the Board Room, Minor Hall and existing meeting rooms, the new ground floor Conference Room, Exhibition Area and multiple syndicate rooms, all with state-of-the-art technology and Wi-Fi throughout, make the Assembly Buildings Conference Centre one of the most versatile facilities of its kind in Belfast.