Queen's University

Interesting
A University since 1908, Queen's College (1845) with its Tudor-style architecture is reminiscent of Magdalen College Oxford. Charles Lanyon also designed the Union Theological College of the Irish Presbyterian Church (1852-1855) where the first Northern Ireland Parliament sat in 1923. Opposite the University the examination hall (1862) Elmwood Hall is an old Presbyterian Church.

Useful information

Address : 

University Road

Opening hours

(May-Sep: 10am-4pm; rest of year: daily except Sat 10am-4pm - closed Sun - no charge)

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