CS Lewis Square
This magical public space is named after the Chronicles of Narnia creator CS Lewis, featuring seven bronze sculptures from The Lion, the Witch and The Wardrobe.
Rediscover The Chronicles of Narnia with a walk through CS Lewis Square, a public space commemorating the Belfast-born Chronicles of Narnia creator, CS Lewis.
Featuring seven bronze sculptures from 'The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe', including Aslan, The White Witch, Tumnus, The Beavers, The Robin and The Stone Table, it is a stunning display of public art.
CS Lewis Square is located at the intersection of the Connswater and Comber Greenways, beside the East Side Visitor Centre, where visitors can access information on the city's attractions from interactive screens, interpretative panels and a wall map, connecting people to EastSide's famous faces, places and industries.
The Centre also includes a coffee bar, named after East Belfast's famous author CS Lewis, affectionately known as 'Jack' to friends and family. JACK Coffee Bar features locally sourced produce and showcases products from local artists and food producers.
CS Lewis Square is open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week and fully lit. Free trail maps can be found in EastSide Visitor Centre, The Arches Health & Wellbeing Centre, Connswater Community Centre and Holywood Arches Library.
Directions to CS Lewis Square
CS Lewis Square is located at the intersection of the Connswater and Comber Greenways
14 Dec 2017
CS Lewis Square will be transformed into a winter wonderland as a celebration of Christmas on the Connswater Community Greenway. There will be markets, a visit from Santa,...