Rowallane Garden is now closed.
Due to the current outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) Rowallane Garden is now temporarily closed.
Come for a walk, explore the garden and take in all the vibrant colours, fresh scents and the sounds of a wide range of wildlife beginning to wake up after a long winter sleep.
Grab a Plant Hunter’s Passport from their Visitor Centre and begin your very own Plant Hunter’s adventure as you learn about a range of plants from all over the world. This fun packed activity takes you on a journey throughout history and introduces you to some of the daring plant hunters that first discovered some of the plants and trees waiting to be found in the garden.
From 4- 19 April between 10am-6pm, visit for Fun in the Garden. If you want to get active this Spring, get competitive and challenge your loved ones to some races on the front lawn. Pick up an egg and spoon and run as you try to cross the finish line with all your friends and family before you picked up on of our themed trails in the Visitor Centre.
Hop along from 10-14 April between 10.30am-3pm for the Cadbury Egg Hunt. Discover all that Spring has to offer as you hunt for clues and earn yourself a Cadbury Easter Treat.
Throughout May and June, learn about Hugh Armytage Moore as you take the Hugh’s ‘Blooming’ Story Trail. In the National Trust's 125th year, find out more about Rowallane's history and the garden that you see today on this self-guided trail. After exploring the garden, visit the café and treat yourself to an Armytage Pear Tart. Inspired by the only original fruit bearing tree in our Walled Garden from Hugh Armytage Moore’s time as custodian of the garden, this light bite is a pear-fect way to recharge your batteries.
For more information, please visit on nationaltrust.org.uk/rowallane-garden or follow them on social media @nationaltrustbelfast on Facebook/Instagram.
- Adult £8.50
- Child £5
- Family £22