Northern Ireland's most prestigious university was founded by Queen Victoria in 1845. In 1908, the Queen's College became the Queen's...
The centrepiece of Belfast's Botanic Gardens is Charles Lanyon’s beautiful Palm House, built in 1839 and completed in 1852, with its...
In the Botanic Gardens near Charles Lanyon's beautiful Palm House is the unique Tropical Ravine, a huge red-brick greenhouse designed...
Queen's Film Theatre
A major venue for the Belfast Film Festival , this two-screen art-house cinema is close to the university.
A restored Victorian stables courtyard is the setting for this quirky restaurant, with a cosy bar-bistro on the ground floor, outdoor...
School of Music, University Sq · interesting places nearby
Harty Room information
Queen's University's School of Music 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 , with occasional performances in the larger Sir William Whitla Hall . You can download a program from the website; click on the Music at Queen's link.