The Great Hall – Queen’s University

Places to See | Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Designed by Charles Lanyon, the main building at Queen’s University is one of the best loved buildings on this island, with the Lanyon silhouette used on tourist literature and on banknotes.

Housed within the distinctive Lanyon Building, The Great Hall is one of the most sought after venues in Northern Ireland. The magnificent panelled walls hold a selection of portraits from the University’s art collection creating a warm, powerful and theatrical space at the heart of the University. The Great Hall also contains the imposing Robson organ, which can add a subtle dimension to a memorable occasion. The hall’s ambience lends itself as a dramatic backdrop for formal dinner events.

This is a popular place to visit in Belfast on European Heritage Open Days

Address: Queen’s University Belfast, University Road, Belfast Northern Ireland

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