If you think that Charles Lanyon's Queen's College (1849), a Tudor Revival building in red brick and honey-coloured sandstone, has...
The Botanic gardens’ centrepiece is Charles Lanyon’s beautiful Palm House , built in 1839 and completed in 1852, with its birdcage dome,...
Near Charles Lanyon's beautiful Palm House is the unique Tropical Ravine, a huge red-brick greenhouse designed by the Botanic Gardens'...
Queen's Film Theatre
A two-screen art-house cinema close to the university and a major venue for the Belfast Film Festival.
A restored Victorian stables courtyard is the setting for this quirky restaurant, with a cosy bar-bistro on the ground floor, outdoor...
Harty Room information
Queen's University's School of Music (www.music.qub.ac.uk) stages free lunch-time recitals on Thursday and regular evening concerts in the beautiful, hammer beam-roofed Harty Room, and at the Sonic Arts Research Centre (Cloreen Park), with occasional performances in the larger Sir William Whitla Hall (University Rd). You can download a programme from the website - click on the Music at Queen's link.