Lord Kelvin Statue
You could spend hours browsing this state-of-the-art museum, but if you're pressed for time don't miss the Armada Room , with artefacts...
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...
Sir William Whitla Hall
Queen's University's School of Music stages free lunchtime recitals on Thursday and regular evening concerts in the beautiful,...
A newer branch of the classic cafe on Botanic Ave , this place has the same menu but a bit more space, including outdoor tables. BYO.
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Lord Kelvin Statue information
Just inside the Stranmillis Rd gate of Belfast's Botanic Gardens is a statue of Belfast-born William Thomson, Lord Kelvin, who helped lay the foundation of modern physics and who invented the Kelvin scale that measures temperatures from absolute zero (-273°C or 0°K).