Musgrave Park has two bowling greens and Gaelic football, hurling and camogie pitches. The park is popular with walkers and joggers and contains a Highway to Health route. It also includes a bottle bank. We have installed public access defibrillators for park users.
History of Musgrave Park
The park opened to the public in 1924. The park is named after Sir Henry Musgrave who donated the land used to build the park.
Getting to Musgrave Park
The park is in south Belfast. Enter the park at Stockman's Lane. Take Metro no. 90, 92 or 92A/B if travelling from Belfast city centre.
Other attractions in Musgrave Park
Musgrave Park has an innovative therapy garden, which was developed with the support of several nearby schools. The garden combines different therapeutic features in one space to improve the quality of life, development and wellbeing of local residents. A 'whispering' wall is the central focus of the garden, which is fitted with acoustic equipment and a mosaic finish to encourage sensory, stimulatory and interactive play.
The park has:
- a story circle and meeting area
- a willow tunnel
- a sand play area
- a bed for planting designed with disabled access
- musical instruments
- community artwork
- play equipment
Green Flag awards
Musgrave Park has been awarded a Green Flag every year from 2010 to 2019. This award recognises the best open spaces in the UK.
To find out about events and activities in Belfast parks, go to Park events.
Park opening hours
|29 July – 11 August 2020||9.30pm (9pm for Botanic Gardens)|
|12 – 25 August 2020||9pm|
|26 August – 1 September 2020||8.30pm|
|2 – 15 September 2020||8pm
|16 – 29 September 2020||7.30pm|
|30 September – 13 October 2020||7pm|
|14 – 20 October 2020||6.30pm|
|21 – 27 October 2020||5.30pm|
|28 October – 10 November 2020||5pm|
|11 November – 31 December 2020||4.30pm|