Musgrave Park

Musgrave Park

Musgrave Park, located in south Belfast, opened to the public in 1924. The park is named after Sir Henry Musgrave, who lived in nearby Drumglass House, and who donated the land used to build the park. Park features include walks and horticultural displays.

The park contains tennis courts, two bowling greens and Gaelic football, hurling and camogie pitches. Musgrave Park also contains an innovative therapy garden which combines different therapeutic features in one space.

A wonderful feature is the 'whispering' wall which is the central focus of the garden. This is fitted with acoustic equipment and a mosaic finish to encourage sensory, stimulatory and interactive play.

Facilities

Parking
Wheelchair friendly
There is a community therapy garden which is used by disabled groups. The garden has s 'whispering' wall which is the central focus of the garden. This is fitted with acoustic equipment and a mosaic finish to encourage sensory, stimulatory and interactive play.

Opening Hours

Opens all year round at 7.30am until sunset

Charges

Access: 

Admission free

Parking: 

Free parking.  Best to park in nearby streets and walk to the park as there is no parking in park. Pedestrian access from Stockman’s Lane or via the Musgrave Park Hospital entrance.

Walking Routes

Circular, 1.3 miles

Musgrave Park. Urban park.

Cyling Routes

Circular, 1 mile miles

Musgrave Park. Beautiful parkland in an urban setting.

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Contact

+44 (0)28 9038 1581

Location

Stockman's Lane
Belfast,
Co. Antrim
BT9 7JB

Metro Services 9A-C to Upper Lisburn Road, 90, 92 Stockman’s Lane

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