Lovely classic old Victorian building. I love the fact you can wander in a wander around and no one cares. I was exploring and stumbled across the Great Hall, which looks like a miniature version of Hogwarts great hall. Worth a Look!
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Lovely architecture with great things to do in the surroundings - lots to see and do around the main building!
We were walking back into Belfast from the Museum and as we had never looked around the grounds properly, we decided to have a look. It's a beautiful building and really nice to walk around the grounds and admire the splendour. Thoroughly enjoyed.
But that was built at the same time. Apparantly Queen Victoria visited here in 1848 to opena new wing, stayed for only 3 hrs , did not like N Ireland and never returned. Was surprised to see a statue of Galileo in the foyer. Also...More
Queens University if the most prestigious university in North Ireland. It was founded and visited by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. N.I residents are right to be proud of the univeristy, its buildings and grounds are truly impressive.
I have visited this university twice in the last few months for open sessions for prospective students.The building is exquisitely beautiful and the surrounding landscaping is a joy to walk in too. Well worth a visit.
QUB is a picturesque university in the heart of the city. It is one of the nicest buildings in NI and for that reason it has to seen if you are into photography. It's a busy place during term time and parking is tricky. Best...More
Queens University..being Saturday the college and administrative office was closed. We strolled in the University n seen a beautiful banquet set up which was there for a wedding ...it looked magnificent and felt as if you were at a royal sit down banquet.
Wonderful building. Stroll around the grounds and visit the cloisters through the main entrance. The church on the side has been fully restored and is now used as a student center. Well worth the visit.
We stopped at Queen's University and spent about 30 minutes walking the beautiful campus. The architecture is interesting and the grounds are spotlessly well maintained. Our tour guide gave us excellent commentary on the history of the university. In fact, I think any visit to...More