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Queen's University is one of the great architectural landmarks and must-see attractions in Belfast with over 160 years of heritage.

Queen's University is a highly respected, world-renowned academic institution. Its main building, the Lanyon Building, was designed by the English architect, Sir Charles Lanyon, and the university is spread across what has come to be known as the Queen's Quarter and beyond. 

The Queen's Welcome Centre is the official tourist information centre for south Belfast. It hosts a regular programme of exhibitions and serves as an information point for visitors and tourists, as well as offering a varied selection of souvenirs and gifts.


Guided campus tours are available throughout the year on request. Contact the centre to discuss your individual tour requirements.

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  • Lanyon Building
  • University Road
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT7 1NN

Top Reasons To Visit

  • World famous architecture
  • Naughton Gallery houses local and international art
  • Award winning McClay Library

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