Alderman Tommy Patton Memorial Park is also known as Inverary Playing Fields. The park is named after a local councillor. The park has a bowling green, sports pitches and a children's playground. The park also has an aeromodelling area and a species-rich grassland. There are woodland trails and in early summer, abundant wildflowers.
Getting to Alderman Tommy Patton Memorial Park
The park is in east Belfast. Enter the park at Holywood Road or Inverary Avenue. If you are travelling by bus, take Metro no. 3 or 28 from Belfast city centre.
To find out about events and activities in Belfast parks, go to Park events.
Park opening hours
Our parks open at 7.30am every day. Closing times change as daylight lengthens or shortens.
|19 February to 24 March||6.30pm|
|26 March to 8 April||7.30pm|
|9 to 15 April||8pm|
|16 to 29 April||8.30pm|
|30 April to 13 May||9pm|
|14 to 27 May||9.30pm|
|28 May to 24 July||10pm|
|25 July to 5 August||9.30pm|
|6 August to 26 August||9pm|
|27 August to 2 September||8.30pm|
|3 to 16 September||8pm|
|17 to 30 September||7pm|
|1 to 21 October||6.30pm|
|22 to 28 October||6pm|
|29 October to 11 November||5.30pm|
|12 to 25 November||5pm|
|26 November to 31 December||4.30pm|