Five-arched bridge rebuilt in stone in 1698.
This huge prehistoric earthwork, nearly 200m in diameter, is a circular Neolithic ritual complex with a dolmen (known as the Druid's...
A tree-fringed loop in the river to the right of the towpath and a good place for a picnic on a summer's day.
Northern Ireland's biggest exhibition and conference centre hosts a range of music shows, trade fairs and sporting events. It's...
This no-frills, sit-down cafe deep-fries crispy battered haddock along with mushy peas and chunky chips. If you're in a hurry, there's a...
Upper Malone Rd · interesting places nearby
Malone House information
Malone House is a late-Georgian mansion in the grounds of Barnett Demesne. Built in the 1820s for local merchant William Legge, the house is now used mainly for weddings and conferences, with art exhibitions staged in the Higgin Gallery . The surrounding gardens are planted with azaleas and rhododendrons, with paths leading down to the Lagan Towpath.
The house is about 5km south of the centre; take bus 8A or 8B to Malone Hill Park.