Enjoy breathtaking views and stand, quite literally, on top of Belfast during a visit to Cave Hill Country Park.
Explore one of Belfast’s most famous landmarks, Napoleon's Nose, which is believed to have been the inspiration for Jonathan Swift's novel, Gulliver's Travels.
Cavehill Country Park is also a popular walking and cycling spot.
Challenge your mind and body with our orienteering courses at Cave Hill Country Park. Call into Belfast Castle reception to pick up your free map.
Orienteering is suitable for all ages and abilities. Follow the route of your choice at your own pace, which could be walking, jogging or racing. Our courses are ideal for families, schools and community groups.
Bring the family and enjoy a fun filled day at this award winning park, which is located in the grounds of Belfast Castle Estate.
The park is suitable for children aged three to 14 and includes cradle swings, slides, spring rockers, a sand play unit and a bicycle roundabout. For older children, there's a spectacular space net and aerial runway.
Subject to weather conditions.
Admission price valid from 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018:
Groups are advised to book in advance, especially in July and August when the playground is busy. However, there are no concessions for groups.
The following rules apply to the playground:
- children must be accompanied by an adult(s) at all times
- adults bringing children to the playground must supervise them
- last admission is 30 minutes before closing time
- no dogs allowed.
For more information call us on 028 9077 6925.
Find out more about the history of the Cave Hill area at our visitor centre inside Belfast Castle cellar.
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For generations, Cave Hill has been synonymous with Belfast, with its imposing outline visible throughout the city. The landmark, named for the five caves located on the side of the cliffs, contains a wealth of natural, archaeological and historical features.
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