The Crown Bar Liquor Saloon is located in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Originally the building was opened as The Railway Tavern by Felix O’Hanlon.
Not long after, Michael Flanagan bought the pub and his son Patrick renovated and renamed it in 1885 to the Crown Bar Liquor Saloon. Patrick hired Italian Craftsmen who created the spectacular woodwork and stained glass windows. These same craftsmen also worked on the churches being built around Belfast at that period in time.
In 1978 the National Trust took over the saloon and restored it greatly to the expense of £400’000 to its original Victorian state.
In 2007 the National Trust restored the saloon again. This time costing them £500’000.
The Environmental and Heritage Service gave the Crown Bar Liquor Saloon the status of Grade A listed Building.
Today the Crown Bar Liquor Saloon is still open and running.
Reported Paranormal Activity
A prostitute named Amelia is said to have died in the bar. Her spirit is said to be felt in the corridors of the building.