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The walking tour in Queen’s University Belfast explores both historical and modern buildings in the campus.

Discover how Queen's University Belfast has evolved in the past 150 years and how the differing architectural styles can co-exist without causing any disharmony.

The Botanic Gardens differed from the ordinary garden; it supplied plants used in medicine. And there is one of the earliest examples of a curvilinear cast iron at the Palm House.

Nearly all the main buildings in Queen’s University Belfast are included on the tour, which also provides a good opportunity to learn about university life.

Languages available: English, Mandarin, Cantonese
Queen’s University Belfast Architecture Walking Tour
  • Lanyon Building
  • QUB
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT7 1NN

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Queen’s University Belfast is among the ten oldest universities in UK
  • Architecture student guiding
  • Hear the history and stories behind the university
  • Innovative exploration

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