Alexandra Park, located in north Belfast, opened in 1888 and was named after Princess Alexandra. The park's formal layout and its avenues of trees, particularly in the upper area of the park, towards Jubilee Avenue, reflect its Victorian character.
Getting to Alexandra Park
Entrance to the park is by Castleton Gardens, Mountcollyer Street and Deacon Street. If you are travelling by bus, take Metro no.1 A-H from Belfast city centre.
Other attractions in Alexandra Park
The park is popular with wildlife enthusiasts and is home to a variety of water birds and other species including the dipper, a bird normally found in fast-flowing mountain rivers and regularly seen alongside the Milewater Stream in the park. Other popular birds you can spot include mallards, tufted ducks and other water birds. The area's lower glen, which runs down towards Deacon Street, provides great views across Belfast.
To find out what events and activities are on in our parks, go to Park events.
|9 May – 31 July||10pm (9pm for Botanic Gardens)
|1 August – 14 August||9.30pm (9pm for Botanic Gardens)|
|15 August – 28 August||9pm|
|29 August – 4 September||8.30pm|
|5 September – 18 September||8pm
|19 September – 2 October||7.30pm|
|3 October - 16 October||7pm||17 October – 23 October||6.30pm|
|24 October – 30 October||5.30pm|
|31 October – 13 November||5pm|
|14 November – 31 December||4.30pm|