Parks & Playgrounds in Belfast

 
Orpen Park Park and Playground Belfast
1-Oct-12 to 1-Oct-14
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Drumglass / Cranmore Park Belfast centre
1 review 2-Oct-12 to 30-Nov-14
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Mo Mowlam Memorial Pk East Belfast
1 review 7-Mar-13 to 7-Mar-15
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Alderman Tommy Patton Memorial Park Park East Belfast
19-Apr-13 to 19-Apr-15
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Entrance to the park is via Holywood Road and Inverary Avenue. If you are travelling by bus, take Metro no. 3 or 28 from Belfast city centre. Alderman Tommy Patton Memorial...

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Alexandra Park North Belfast
19-Apr-13 to 19-Apr-15
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See website for full contact details. Entrance to the park is via Castleton Gardens, Mountcollyer Street and Deacon Street. If you are travelling by bus, take Metro no.1 A-H from...

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Barnett Demesne South Belfast
19-Apr-13 to 19-Apr-15
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Entrance to the park is via Dub Lane, Milltown Road and Shaw's Bridge. Take Metro no. 8A-C from Belfast city centre and get off at Dub Lane. Barnett Demesne, once a private...

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Belfast Castle Estate North Belfast
19-Apr-13 to 19-Apr-15
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You can enter the park via the Cave Hill Adventurous Playground at Gray's Lane or Innisfayle Park. Take Metro no.1 A-H from Belfast city centre (Monday to Saturday) or no.1 C-E or...

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Belfast City Hall Grounds Belfast centre
19-Apr-13 to 19-Apr-15
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Entrance to the park is via Donegall Square North, Donegall Square East and Donegall Square West. Belfast City Hall is located in the city centre, near most major bus stops. Th...

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Belmont Park East Belfast
19-Apr-13 to 19-Apr-15
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Entrance to the park is via Cairnburn Road and Circular Road. If you are travelling by bus from Belfast city centre, take Metro no. 27, 28 or 29. Belmont Park is a semi-wild...

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Botanic Gardens Belfast centre
19-Apr-13 to 19-Apr-15
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Botanic Gardens is an important part of Belfast's Victorian heritage and a popular meeting place for residents, students and tourists. It contains two important buildings, the...

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