Belmont Park

Belmont Park

Belmont Park is an urban park in East Belfast. It includes a network of paths which lead through grassland, wildflower meadows and copses of bluebells and trees.

A footbridge provides access across the ring road from one side of the park to the other. Adjacent to the park is an allotment site.

Art lovers will also enjoy 'Unmasked', a series of large, colourful carved figures designed by Owen Crawford as part of their Art In The Park Programme, which are located in the park.

In 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 Belmont Park was awarded the Green Flag Award, which recognises the best open spaces in the UK. 

Facilities

Toilets
Toilet facilities at Belmont Park are now available at the CIYMS entrance
Parking
Family and Children
Play Park

Opening Hours

Open all year 7.30am to sunset. See the Belfast City Council link for details.

 

Charges

Access: 

Free admission

Parking: 

Free parking

Getting There

Enter the park at Cairnburn Road or Circular Road. If you are travelling by bus from Belfast city centre, take Metro no. 27, 28 or 29.

Cycling Routes

Circular, 1 mile miles

Belmont Park. A semi-wild park provides the perfect location for a short ride.

Other Activities

Orienteering

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Contact

+44 (0)28 9049 1813

Location

Cairnburn Road
Belfast

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This site is funded
courtesy of
Big Lottery Fund Ulster Garden Villages
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