Five-arched bridge rebuilt in stone in 1698.
Malone House is a late-Georgian mansion in the grounds of Barnett Demesne. Built in the 1820s for local merchant William Legge, the...
Sir Thomas & Lady Dixon Park
Rolling meadows, woodland, riverside fields and formal gardens make up this beautiful park, along with a walled garden, a Japanese-style...
Northern Ireland's biggest exhibition and conference centre hosts a range of music shows, trade fairs and sporting events. It's...
One of the few bar-restaurants in Belfast with a waterside setting, Cutters Wharf has a sprawling terrace overlooking the River Lagan...
Ballynahatty Rd · interesting places nearby
Giant's Ring information
This huge prehistoric earthwork, nearly 200m in diameter, is a circular Neolithic ritual complex with a dolmen (known as the Druid's Altar) in the centre. Prehistoric rings were commonly believed to be the home of fairies and consequently treated with respect, but this one was commandeered in the 19th century as a racetrack, the 4m-high embankment serving as a natural grandstand. The site is 6.5km south of Belfast city centre, off Milltown Rd near Shaw's Bridge .