Belfast Botanic Gardens is a botanical garden situated in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The gardens were opened in 1828 and cover around 28 acres of land. The gardens opened as a private garden back in 1828 but were opened to the public in 1895. It is a picturesque place with a huge array of plant species that are complemented by different structures such as the Palm House which contains an array of tropical plants. It is an ideal place for a relaxing walk outdoors.
The garden is situated just to the south of the city centre. You can get there by taking the train to the ‘Botanic Train’ stop, which is a couple of minutes walk away. The 8 bus stops close to the garden.
Opening Times and Admission
The garden is a public garden, it is free to visit and is usually open from dawn till dusk.